## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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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

p.z.c). We now know that this is not necessarily so, but to understand the

ramifications of ...

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). We now know that this is not necessarily so, but to understand the

ramifications of ...

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303/? 7/ dpAg), (12.2.4) Since the coefficient {doJdpAg)^ is always finite and non-

coefficient j8, is

...

303/? 7/ dpAg), (12.2.4) Since the coefficient {doJdpAg)^ is always finite and non-

**zero**, it follows that {daj dfi)pAg will be**zero**whenever the Esin and Markovcoefficient j8, is

**zero**(Lyklema 1972). The coefficient (3a0/3ju)pAg measures the...

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A value of

Sposito (1981b) call a point of

the conditions under which it will occur and, in particular, when it can be ...

A value of

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

**zero**salt effect.) Lyklema (1984) has investigatedthe conditions under which it will occur and, in particular, when it can be ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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