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a small concentration of a second component can have on the structure of a hard
- sphere fluid . This is a purely geometric effect , related to the fact that in a neutral
system , a hole formed in a cluster of large spheres may be filled by a smaller ...
a small concentration of a second component can have on the structure of a hard
- sphere fluid . This is a purely geometric effect , related to the fact that in a neutral
system , a hole formed in a cluster of large spheres may be filled by a smaller ...
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In the case of hard spheres , we have seen that apparently different suspensions
have equivalent structures at equal volume fractions , as long as the sphere
diameter is used as the unit of length when describing the structure . This means
that ...
In the case of hard spheres , we have seen that apparently different suspensions
have equivalent structures at equal volume fractions , as long as the sphere
diameter is used as the unit of length when describing the structure . This means
that ...
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3 ) corresponds to keeping only the first term , which is exact for a sphere , but
corresponds to omitting an infinity of terms for ... Since the interaction between
charged spheres at a distance is identical to the interaction between equivalent
point ...
3 ) corresponds to keeping only the first term , which is exact for a sphere , but
corresponds to omitting an infinity of terms for ... Since the interaction between
charged spheres at a distance is identical to the interaction between equivalent
point ...
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Contents
Contents of Volume I | 675 |
ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |
THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |
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