## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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PREFACE This

am indebted to my Australian collaborators for their untiring efforts to provide me

with suitable material. In this case I was able to rely more heavily than ever on ...

PREFACE This

**volume**continues the philosophy and format of**Volume**I. Again Iam indebted to my Australian collaborators for their untiring efforts to provide me

with suitable material. In this case I was able to rely more heavily than ever on ...

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Consider a liquid of N monatomic molecules in a container of

probability of finding a particular molecule in a

The number of molecules one expects to find in AV is therefore N(AV/V) = pAV, ...

Consider a liquid of N monatomic molecules in a container of

**volume**V. Theprobability of finding a particular molecule in a

**volume**element AV is just (AV /V).The number of molecules one expects to find in AV is therefore N(AV/V) = pAV, ...

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The important term can be written: dG = (L4(yunch„ged + J^0da+/(<p)) (17.3.1)

where A is the interfacial area and q, is the

drops. yuncharged is the surface tension which would pertain if the same

components ...

The important term can be written: dG = (L4(yunch„ged + J^0da+/(<p)) (17.3.1)

where A is the interfacial area and q, is the

**volume**fraction of microemulsiondrops. yuncharged is the surface tension which would pertain if the same

components ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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