## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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See how well they fit a power law ( log - log ) plot over limited ranges of

rate . State the

and estimate the parameters K and n applicable to those regions . 18 . 2 . 4

Recast ...

See how well they fit a power law ( log - log ) plot over limited ranges of

**shear**rate . State the

**shear**ranges over which a reasonable straight line fit is obtainedand estimate the parameters K and n applicable to those regions . 18 . 2 . 4

Recast ...

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nit = 1s m z l = 10 s ni > > 13

stress and

successive ...

nit = 1s m z l = 10 s ni > > 13

**Shear**stress ( 7 ) t = 100 s**Shear**rate ( o ) ( 6 )**Shear**stress ( / ) » i < ýz < ýz Time FIG . 18 . 3 . 1 . ( a ) Relation between**shear**stress and

**shear**rate for a thixotropic fluid . t is the time taken betweensuccessive ...

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To obtain reproducible flow behaviour , these systems are first subjected to a

fairly high

required for that

steadily ...

To obtain reproducible flow behaviour , these systems are first subjected to a

fairly high

**shear**rate ( ~ 3000 sl ) for some minutes , until the applied stressrequired for that

**shear**rate becomes constant . The**shear**rate is then decreasedsteadily ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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