## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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The values of K2 , from eqn ( 12.6.8 )

The values of K2 , from eqn ( 12.6.8 )

**obtained**from plots of this sort are : Mn2 + = 11.5 ; Ca2 + 8.5 ( A ) ; Ni2 + = 7.5 ; Co2 + = 6.0 ; Ba2 + = 5.5 ( 0 ) ; and Sr2 + = 5.000 ) . ( From the work of Lau et al .Page 815

The curves represent computed values

The curves represent computed values

**obtained**by O'Brien and White ( 1978 ) ( see Chapter 9 ) , while the broken lines are the thin double - layer approximation . The ka = " line is Smoluchowski's result . ( From O'Brien and Hunter 1981 ) ...Page 820

The values for random arrays used in the interpretation of the measurements were

The values for random arrays used in the interpretation of the measurements were

**obtained**by interpolating between the three cubic arrays to the appropriate particle volume fraction . The potentials**obtained**in this way are listed in ...### 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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