## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In the case of a sterically stabilized suspension, for example, the primary

interaction may be due to excluded volume, ... (14.1.2) is the fraction of the total

volume occupied by particles (usually referred to simply as the

the ...

In the case of a sterically stabilized suspension, for example, the primary

interaction may be due to excluded volume, ... (14.1.2) is the fraction of the total

volume occupied by particles (usually referred to simply as the

**volume fraction**ofthe ...

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Numerical calculations show that this breakdown of the MSA may occur at

that the PM is not generally useful. We shall now see, however, that the OCM

may be ...

Numerical calculations show that this breakdown of the MSA may occur at

**volume fractions**as high as 20% in many representative charged dispersions, sothat the PM is not generally useful. We shall now see, however, that the OCM

may be ...

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Thus a 70%:30% (by mass) mixture of Tween 80 (HLB = 15) and span 80 (HLB =

4.3) would be expected to have an HLB value of 0.7 x 15 + 0.3x4.3 = 11.8. 16.3.2

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Thus a 70%:30% (by mass) mixture of Tween 80 (HLB = 15) and span 80 (HLB =

4.3) would be expected to have an HLB value of 0.7 x 15 + 0.3x4.3 = 11.8. 16.3.2

High

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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