## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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However, to relate the integral in eqn (11.6.7) to a

must first obtain the function h(r) in the

integral. This somewhat subtle point is discussed in detail in Hill 1956).

However, to relate the integral in eqn (11.6.7) to a

**thermodynamic**quantity, onemust first obtain the function h(r) in the

**thermodynamic**limit before performing theintegral. This somewhat subtle point is discussed in detail in Hill 1956).

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12.5

binding models In their summary of the various models for describing adsorption

of inorganic salts onto dissociable surfaces. Morel et al. (1981) show how much ...

12.5

**Thermodynamic**approach to adsorption 12. 5. 1 Site -dissociation and site-binding models In their summary of the various models for describing adsorption

of inorganic salts onto dissociable surfaces. Morel et al. (1981) show how much ...

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... of course, that one has measured values of CK as a function of £Soc 0-e- of the

surface charge)). This procedure leads to the true

independent of any model of the interfacial region. One can measure the

activities ...

... of course, that one has measured values of CK as a function of £Soc 0-e- of the

surface charge)). This procedure leads to the true

**thermodynamic**constant, K,independent of any model of the interfacial region. One can measure the

activities ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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