## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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(Section 9.8.1) is u'l Re, = — (16.8.3) A* where u = n/p is the kinematic

and p is the density. Recall that the Reynolds number measures the ratio of the

inertial term to the

...

(Section 9.8.1) is u'l Re, = — (16.8.3) A* where u = n/p is the kinematic

**viscosity**and p is the density. Recall that the Reynolds number measures the ratio of the

inertial term to the

**viscous**term in the Navier-Stokes equation. Turbulence takes...

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notion of a variable

is no longer adequate. For time-independent systems in which the

depends only on the shear rate, the Couette viscometer can give reliable data if ...

notion of a variable

**viscosity**, the discussion of viscometer devices in Section 9.7is no longer adequate. For time-independent systems in which the

**viscosity**, r\,depends only on the shear rate, the Couette viscometer can give reliable data if ...

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accumulate near the inner cylinder rather than being thrown towards the outer

cylinder, as occurs for a purely

When a stream of

...

accumulate near the inner cylinder rather than being thrown towards the outer

cylinder, as occurs for a purely

**viscous**fluid at sufficiently high rotational speeds.When a stream of

**viscous**fluid emerges from a vertical pipe its diameter tends to...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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