## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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

Shear

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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and the two normal

first is the more important . To understand how these normal stresses cause the

Weissenberg ( or climbing rod ) effect note that with reference to Fig . 18 . 2 .

and the two normal

**stress**differences : ( Pu - P22 ) and ( P22 - P33 ) of which thefirst is the more important . To understand how these normal stresses cause the

Weissenberg ( or climbing rod ) effect note that with reference to Fig . 18 . 2 .

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Partitioning the shear

the curvilinear part of the S - ý relation at , say G , the

support viscous flow is subtracted from the total

OBC ...

Partitioning the shear

**stress**between viscous flow and structural breakdown . Onthe curvilinear part of the S - ý relation at , say G , the

**stress**, Sy required tosupport viscous flow is subtracted from the total

**stress**to obtain the broken lineOBC ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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