Table of contents for Introduction to colloid and surface chemistry / Duncan J. Shaw.


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Counter CONTENTS INCLUDE: Preface: 1. The colloidal state: Introduction Classification and colloidal systems Structural characteristics Preparation and purification of colloidal systems: 2. Kinetic properties: The motion of particles in liquid media Brownian motion and translational diffusion The ultracentrifuge Osmotic pressure Rotary Brownian motion: 3. Optical properties: Optical and electron microscopy Light scattering: 4. Liquid-gas and liquid-liquid interfaces Surface and interfacial tensions Adsorption and orientation at interfaces Association colloids-micelle formation spreading Monomolecular films: 5. The solid-gas interface: Adsorption of gases and vapours on solids Composition and structure of solid surfaces: 6. The solid-liquid interface Contact angles and wetting Ore flotation Detergency Adsorption from solution: 7. Charged interfaces: The electric double layer Electrokinetic phenomena Electrokinetic theory: 8. Colloid stability: Lyophobic sols Systems containing lyophilic material Stability control: 9. Rheology: Introduction Viscosity Non-Newtonian flow Viscoelasticity: 10. Emulsions and foams: Oil-in-water and water-in-oil emulsions Foams: Problems Answers References Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Colloids, Surface chemistry