## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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3 Solution for an isolated

we will describe the calculation of the electrophoretic mobility of a

particle in a symmetric (z : z) electrolyte. The solutions for 6n and drp around a ...

3 Solution for an isolated

**spherical**particle In order to illustrate this procedure,we will describe the calculation of the electrophoretic mobility of a

**spherical**particle in a symmetric (z : z) electrolyte. The solutions for 6n and drp around a ...

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14.3.9 A uniform

thickness, b, of polyethylene and suspended in a solvent. Show that the form

factor of the particle is F (G) = V.(B. - BJf(Qa) + K(B„ - B,)f[Q(a + b)} where V, is the

volume ...

14.3.9 A uniform

**spherical**silica particle of radius a is coated with a uniformthickness, b, of polyethylene and suspended in a solvent. Show that the form

factor of the particle is F (G) = V.(B. - BJf(Qa) + K(B„ - B,)f[Q(a + b)} where V, is the

volume ...

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For modest concentrations of

range van der Waals attraction has been suppressed, the effect is principally on

the viscous behaviour (Fig. 2.4.9) and such systems show little elasticity. As the ...

For modest concentrations of

**spherical**(or near**spherical**) particles whose longrange van der Waals attraction has been suppressed, the effect is principally on

the viscous behaviour (Fig. 2.4.9) and such systems show little elasticity. As the ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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