## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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This is the situation in which the Stern modification to the Langmuir equation becomes important and we may , for example , set Agads = z ; ey + 0 ( 12.1.9 ) [ 6.4.15 ) where y is the electrostatic

This is the situation in which the Stern modification to the Langmuir equation becomes important and we may , for example , set Agads = z ; ey + 0 ( 12.1.9 ) [ 6.4.15 ) where y is the electrostatic

**potential**experienced by the adsorbing ...Page 790

Whereas one can go quite some distance in discussing electro - osmosis , and streaming

Whereas one can go quite some distance in discussing electro - osmosis , and streaming

**potential**and current using the ... For lower values of ka and modest 15l**potentials**( ~ 75 mV ) the error in that procedure can be 30 % or more .Page 1080

adsorbed 865 , 878 , 883 , 892 surface migration 457 , 935 bridging 1034 dielectric data 221t Hamaker constant 222t in solution , stabilizing action 483

adsorbed 865 , 878 , 883 , 892 surface migration 457 , 935 bridging 1034 dielectric data 221t Hamaker constant 222t in solution , stabilizing action 483

**potential**energy diagram 486 non - aqueous , theory of 471 osmotic pressure of 648 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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