## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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To satisfy this requirement, most commercial

large gaps so that the ratio RJRb departs significantly from unity. Rayner et al. (

1979) solved the problem of measuring the flow behaviour of coarse coal slurries

...

To satisfy this requirement, most commercial

**viscometers**tend to have ratherlarge gaps so that the ratio RJRb departs significantly from unity. Rayner et al. (

1979) solved the problem of measuring the flow behaviour of coarse coal slurries

...

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18.5.5 For the power law fluid: in a coaxial cylinder

L = Kl-r^r) ^reintegrate this expression between the limits <o = 0 and Q and r = Rc

and Rb (i.e. stationary outer cylinder) to obtain: Q = {nl2){T0l2nKtLYl"(MRbi" ...

18.5.5 For the power law fluid: in a coaxial cylinder

**viscometer**we have T0 = iflm^L = Kl-r^r) ^reintegrate this expression between the limits <o = 0 and Q and r = Rc

and Rb (i.e. stationary outer cylinder) to obtain: Q = {nl2){T0l2nKtLYl"(MRbi" ...

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18.7 Cone and plate or cone and cone

briefly in Section 9.7.3 in the context of Newtonian fluid behaviour. For small gap

angles, a, the shear rate is almost constant over the entire gap so it turns out ...

18.7 Cone and plate or cone and cone

**viscometer**This instrument was discussedbriefly in Section 9.7.3 in the context of Newtonian fluid behaviour. For small gap

angles, a, the shear rate is almost constant over the entire gap so it turns out ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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