## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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... 1+ 8 cosh ( WN - ) Comparing eqn ( 12.2.25 ) with ( 12.2.11 ) we see why yn is

... 1+ 8 cosh ( WN - ) Comparing eqn ( 12.2.25 ) with ( 12.2.11 ) we see why yn is

**referred**to as the Nernst Potential . In this model it is purely a parameter and does not relate to a potential in the double layer .Page 751

Show that this implies the correction factor 2 ( at the p.z.c. )

Show that this implies the correction factor 2 ( at the p.z.c. )

**referred**to in Section 12.4 under eqn ( 12.4.23 ) . 12.4.8 Use the definitions of K , and Kz : 0+ 00 KI - Od and K2 = Yi - Ya фо – ф with the charge neutrality condition ...Page 835

Since charged particles offer finite resistance to being squeezed together , they are often

Since charged particles offer finite resistance to being squeezed together , they are often

**referred**to as forming ' soft sphere ' systems . ) More formally , we expect the pair correlation function , 8 ( r ) , to be smallest for small ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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