## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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2 nm of the

assumed to be equal to the Na * molarity shown on the figure . ) 12 . 3 . 7 For the

adsorption of ANS on liposomes , Kamo et al . ( 1978 ) consider the equilibrium -

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2 nm of the

**solution**adjacent to the head groups . ( The ionic strength may beassumed to be equal to the Na * molarity shown on the figure . ) 12 . 3 . 7 For the

adsorption of ANS on liposomes , Kamo et al . ( 1978 ) consider the equilibrium -

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electrokinetic calculations 13 . 7 Numerical

electrokinetic equations 13 . 8 Validity of the electrokinetic equations 13 . 1

Introduction We showed in ...

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**Solution**for an isolated spherical particle 13 . 6 . 4 Extension to otherelectrokinetic calculations 13 . 7 Numerical

**solution**of the linearizedelectrokinetic equations 13 . 8 Validity of the electrokinetic equations 13 . 1

Introduction We showed in ...

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The term ' analytic '

reduction of the OZ integral equation to a ... We shall call the latter “ semianalytic '

The term ' analytic '

**solution**is often used by liquid - state theorists to mean thereduction of the OZ integral equation to a ... We shall call the latter “ semianalytic '

**solutions**, and reserve the term analytic for**solutions**specified in closed form in ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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