## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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It turns out that for the hard sphere fluid the compressibility

overestimate of the pressure while the virial

general liquid, experience has shown that the energy tends to give the most

accurate

It turns out that for the hard sphere fluid the compressibility

**result**is anoverestimate of the pressure while the virial

**result**is an underestimate. ... For ageneral liquid, experience has shown that the energy tends to give the most

accurate

**results**.Page 844

Re-work their derivation to obtain the correct

taking limiting cases which reduce to the known monodisperse

letting both diameters tend to the same size or by letting the density of one

component ...

Re-work their derivation to obtain the correct

**results**. Check your answer bytaking limiting cases which reduce to the known monodisperse

**result**(e.g. byletting both diameters tend to the same size or by letting the density of one

component ...

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A combination of B, and C, for example would give a

15.4.6, which resembles very closely the potential energy diagram for the classic

kinetically stabilized lyophobic colloid (Chapter 7) when the steric or hydration ...

A combination of B, and C, for example would give a

**result**like that shown in Fig.15.4.6, which resembles very closely the potential energy diagram for the classic

kinetically stabilized lyophobic colloid (Chapter 7) when the steric or hydration ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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