## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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( b ) Use part ( a ) to derive the form factor for a sphere of

scattering amplitude density Bo : F ( Q ) = 3V ( B . – B . ) ( sin ( Qa ) - Qa cos ( Qa )

] / ( Qa ) ; where V is the volume of the sphere . Show that the

( b ) Use part ( a ) to derive the form factor for a sphere of

**radius**a and uniformscattering amplitude density Bo : F ( Q ) = 3V ( B . – B . ) ( sin ( Qa ) - Qa cos ( Qa )

] / ( Qa ) ; where V is the volume of the sphere . Show that the

**radius**of gyration ...Page 931

The approach of a droplet or bubble to a flat surface is also important in some

contexts ( flotation , foam stability , and coalescence ) . The general expression

for the electrostatic interaction energy between two dissimilar droplets of

...

The approach of a droplet or bubble to a flat surface is also important in some

contexts ( flotation , foam stability , and coalescence ) . The general expression

for the electrostatic interaction energy between two dissimilar droplets of

**radius**a...

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( 1981 ) , for example , used a hard sphere interaction potential with a

and estimated the thickness , t , of the adsorbed layer , attached as a shell to a

central core of

S ...

( 1981 ) , for example , used a hard sphere interaction potential with a

**radius**ansand estimated the thickness , t , of the adsorbed layer , attached as a shell to a

central core of

**radius**ac , so that ans = a . + t . When proper account was taken ofS ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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