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By D. H. Everett

ISBN-10: 0851864430

ISBN-13: 9780851864433

This publication presents an creation to colloid technology, in keeping with the appliance of the foundations of actual chemistry. Early chapters suppose in simple terms an ordinary wisdom of actual chemistry and supply the foundation for extra thorough dialogue in later chapters protecting particular elements of colloid technology. The common prevalence of colloids is under pressure and the extra very important business purposes of colloid know-how are defined. the ultimate bankruptcy bargains with the way forward for colloid technological know-how and exhibits the instructions during which additional advancements tend to happen. The booklet is perfect for undergraduate classes and, supplemented by way of additional studying, for postgraduates too. it is going to even be invaluable to business examine employees who desire to familiarize yourself with the elemental principles and their many vital purposes to undefined.

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Graham (4) noted a d i f f i c u l t y a r i s i n g from bulk s o l u b i l i t y of an alkane i n the substrate, such that the quantity sorbed could not be uniquely assigned as between adsorption and absorption. )). 7 erg/cm^, was an upper l i m i t ; he could not estimate the r e a l value. 3 f o r hexane and 2,9 for octane. They e x p l i c i t l y corrected for pendular r i n g condensation, and i n so doing, they obtained estimates of ir i n t h e i r systems that were very probably more v a l i d than Graham's were f o r h i s .

14214 Introduction The equilibrium f i l m pressure of an adsorbate, πe, i s defined as πe = Y S - Y SV (1) where ΥS i s the surface free energy of the s o l i d i n vacuum, and YSV i s the surface free energy of the s o l i d i n contact with the saturated vapor of the ad­ sorbate. The value of this property for an adsorbate which, as a l i q u i d , forms a non-zero contact angle on the s o l i d , has been a matter of uncertainty for some time (1-9). This fact has detracted from the use­ fulness of measurements of contact angle, θ, for the estimation of s o l i d surface free energies (2,3).

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