## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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If the curves for different electrolyte concentrations ( Fig . 6 . 7 . 1 ) showed a

common intersection point ( c . i . p . ) it was assumed that the electrolyte was

indifferent and the c . i . p . corresponded to a point of

If the curves for different electrolyte concentrations ( Fig . 6 . 7 . 1 ) showed a

common intersection point ( c . i . p . ) it was assumed that the electrolyte was

indifferent and the c . i . p . corresponded to a point of

**zero**charge ( p . z . c . ) .Page 717

303RT \ ap Ag ! Since the coefficient ( 20 / apag ) , is always finite and non -

it follows that ( 20 , / au ) pag will be

coefficient B , is

the ...

303RT \ ap Ag ! Since the coefficient ( 20 / apag ) , is always finite and non -

**zero**,it follows that ( 20 , / au ) pag will be

**zero**whenever the Esin and Markovcoefficient B , is

**zero**( Lyklema 1972 ) . The coefficient ( aoo / au ) pag measuresthe ...

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A value of

and Sposito ( 1981b ) call a point of

investigated the conditions under which it will occur and , in particular , when it

can ...

A value of

**zero**therefore , corresponds to a c . i . p ( or what Pyman et al . ( 1979 )and Sposito ( 1981b ) call a point of

**zero**salt effect . ) Lyklema ( 1984 ) hasinvestigated the conditions under which it will occur and , in particular , when it

can ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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