## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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... [ SOH7 ] + [ SO ] where Ng ( = ( [ SOH ] + [ SOH7 ] + ( SO- ) ) Na ) is the total number of surface sites , and NA is the Avogadro constant . Using eqns ( 12.2.20-22 ) , the fractional surface charge can be written (

... [ SOH7 ] + [ SO ] where Ng ( = ( [ SOH ] + [ SOH7 ] + ( SO- ) ) Na ) is the total number of surface sites , and NA is the Avogadro constant . Using eqns ( 12.2.20-22 ) , the fractional surface charge can be written (

**Exercise**12.2.1 ) ...Page 750

**Exercises**. 12.4.1 Verify eqns ( 12.4.5 ) , ( 12.4.6 ) , ( 12.4.9 ) , and ( 12.4.10 ) . ... ( SOH ; ] + ( SOHCl- ) + ( SO- ] + ( SOʻNa + ] + [ SOH ] ( Recall**Exercise**12.2.1 . ) Hence show that ( assuming ( Na + Jo = [ Cl ] .Page 806

On using this estimate for S and putting t = a / 9 in the formula ( 13.5.12 ) , we find that the change in ion density , h , just beyond the double layer is of order K E / eD (

On using this estimate for S and putting t = a / 9 in the formula ( 13.5.12 ) , we find that the change in ion density , h , just beyond the double layer is of order K E / eD (

**Exercise**13.5.5 ) . This ratio is more conveniently written ...### 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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