## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In the case of a sterically stabilized

interaction may be due to excluded volume, which merely reflects the fact that

particles cannot pass through one another. This is the so-called 'hard- sphere'

interaction ...

In the case of a sterically stabilized

**suspension**, for example, the primaryinteraction may be due to excluded volume, which merely reflects the fact that

particles cannot pass through one another. This is the so-called 'hard- sphere'

interaction ...

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Ad = k~1, of the

effect of adding such a potential to the excluded volume interaction already

present, we may treat the particles as if they had an effective diameter of d + 2Ad.

Ad = k~1, of the

**suspension**(see Section 6.3). As a first crude estimate of theeffect of adding such a potential to the excluded volume interaction already

present, we may treat the particles as if they had an effective diameter of d + 2Ad.

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49) so that the surface is covered with a thin layer of

may act as a lubricant, allowing the

surface. The problem can be alleviated by deliberately roughening the cylinder ...

49) so that the surface is covered with a thin layer of

**suspension**medium whichmay act as a lubricant, allowing the

**suspension**to 'slip' with respect to the solidsurface. The problem can be alleviated by deliberately roughening the cylinder ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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