## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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mean

„ + 2pt) (15.5.1) where p„ and pt are the normal and tangential components of the

mean

**stress**, pf which is given by:f p' — 3 x (trace of**stress**tensor) = §x2<7u = ix(p„ + 2pt) (15.5.1) where p„ and pt are the normal and tangential components of the

**stress**in the film (see Section 5.2.2). The relation between this quantity and the ...Page 1008

and the two normal

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

Weissenberg (or climbing rod) effect note that with reference to Fig. 18.2.1, the

axis of ...

and the two normal

**stress**differences: (/?,, —p^) and (p^ — P33) of which the firstis the more important. To understand how these normal stresses cause the

Weissenberg (or climbing rod) effect note that with reference to Fig. 18.2.1, the

axis of ...

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Partitioning the shear

the curvilinear part of the Sf-y relation at, say G, the

viscous flow is subtracted from the total

Partitioning the shear

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

**stress**, yV required to supportviscous flow is subtracted from the total

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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