## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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( oo / uCcm - 2 ) > - 2 , different but constant

side of the point of zero charge . These

**Values**of C ; for the mercury / solution interface are included for comparison . 2 >( oo / uCcm - 2 ) > - 2 , different but constant

**values**of K ; can be used on eitherside of the point of zero charge . These

**values**are compared in Fig . 12 . 3 .Page 744

The six unknowns : Wo , Vi , Yd , 00 , 0 ; , and on can be solved for in terms of the

independent variables c and pH , provided suitable

parameters : * K ' Na , * Kia , Kint , and Kim , Ng , Kı , and K2 with the proviso that

...

The six unknowns : Wo , Vi , Yd , 00 , 0 ; , and on can be solved for in terms of the

independent variables c and pH , provided suitable

**values**are chosen for theparameters : * K ' Na , * Kia , Kint , and Kim , Ng , Kı , and K2 with the proviso that

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9 ) the discrepancy was reduced , but the measured

than the computed

interpretation of the measurements were obtained by interpolating between the

three cubic ...

9 ) the discrepancy was reduced , but the measured

**value**was still 50 % higherthan the computed

**value**. ... The**values**for random arrays used in theinterpretation of the measurements were obtained by interpolating between the

three cubic ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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