## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Comparison of inner layer differential capacitance C„ as determined by titrable

charge (Lyklema and Overbeek 1961) with estimates of Kt obtained (A) by Hall

and Rendall (1980) and (B) by Hunter (1981) using electrokinetic data.

C ...

Comparison of inner layer differential capacitance C„ as determined by titrable

charge (Lyklema and Overbeek 1961) with estimates of Kt obtained (A) by Hall

and Rendall (1980) and (B) by Hunter (1981) using electrokinetic data.

**Values**ofC ...

Page 744

Co, o„ and ad can be solved for in terms of the independent variables c and pH,

provided suitable

N„ Ku and K2 with the proviso that ATai and A7„2 are linked to the p.z.c. (Exercise

...

Co, o„ and ad can be solved for in terms of the independent variables c and pH,

provided suitable

**values**are chosen for the parameters: *K&, *K%, KJ-, and K%,N„ Ku and K2 with the proviso that ATai and A7„2 are linked to the p.z.c. (Exercise

...

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The coefficients calculated using the electrophoresis ^-potentials were found to

be considerably lower than the measured

showed that for two of the three latices, this discrepancy could be largely ...

The coefficients calculated using the electrophoresis ^-potentials were found to

be considerably lower than the measured

**values**. In a later paper Saville (1983)showed that for two of the three latices, this discrepancy could be largely ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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