## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In the double layer on the other hand, the viscous

nVx2. The ratio of the pressure

so, by comparison, V,pa is negligible. On integrating eqn (13.6.8) twice with

respect to ...

In the double layer on the other hand, the viscous

**term**^(d^v/dx2) is of ordernVx2. The ratio of the pressure

**term**to the viscous**term**is then of order 1/(jco)2so, by comparison, V,pa is negligible. On integrating eqn (13.6.8) twice with

respect to ...

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As the £ potential increases, the counterion density increases exponentially, and

one might expect that if the neighbouring square-bracketed

the velocity would increase in a similar fashion. The increase in the velocity is ...

As the £ potential increases, the counterion density increases exponentially, and

one might expect that if the neighbouring square-bracketed

**term**remained fixed,the velocity would increase in a similar fashion. The increase in the velocity is ...

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Equation (16.5.5) still holds, and the problem is to make adequate calculations of

the entropy

interfacial tension yi = yn- Overbeek (1978a) breaks the free energy change up

into a ...

Equation (16.5.5) still holds, and the problem is to make adequate calculations of

the entropy

**term**(which is now much more important) and to estimate theinterfacial tension yi = yn- Overbeek (1978a) breaks the free energy change up

into a ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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