## 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

State the shear ranges over which a reasonable straight line fit is obtained and

estimate the parameters K and n applicable to those regions. 18.2.4 Recast the ...

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 obtained and

estimate the parameters K and n applicable to those regions. 18.2.4 Recast the ...

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(a) , V 10 s r/i>rfc»h /=100s

between shear stress and

between successive changes in the

a relaxation ...

(a) , V 10 s r/i>rfc»h /=100s

**Shear rate**(y) 0 Time Fig. 18.3.1. (a) Relationbetween shear stress and

**shear rate**for a thixotropic fluid, t is the time takenbetween successive changes in the

**shear rate**. The material is assumed to havea relaxation ...

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

high

for that

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

high

**shear rate**(~3000 s_1) for some minutes, until the applied stress requiredfor that

**shear rate**becomes constant. The**shear rate**is then decreased steadily ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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