## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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The fluid

value, veo, outside the double layer (Fig. 13.1.1). If the solid surface is in the form

of a rectangular or cylindrical tube of macroscopic dimensions, the double ...

The fluid

**velocity**rises from its value of zero in the plane of shear, to some limitingvalue, veo, outside the double layer (Fig. 13.1.1). If the solid surface is in the form

of a rectangular or cylindrical tube of macroscopic dimensions, the double ...

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From eqn (13.6.9) it then follows that V,p* will be of order nV la2, where V is a

characteristic fluid

term ^(d^v/dx2) is of order nVx2. The ratio of the pressure term to the viscous term

is ...

From eqn (13.6.9) it then follows that V,p* will be of order nV la2, where V is a

characteristic fluid

**velocity**. In the double layer on the other hand, the viscousterm ^(d^v/dx2) is of order nVx2. The ratio of the pressure term to the viscous term

is ...

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(a)

18.6.1.

fluids, (a)

Reduced ...

(a)

**Velocity**(V) (b) Newtonian liquid 0 1.0 Relative distance from axis (r/R) Fig.18.6.1.

**Velocity**profiles and approximate shear rate distribution for power lawfluids, (a)

**Velocity**profiles corresponding to the same average**velocity**, (b)Reduced ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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