Handbook of Surface and Colloid Chemistry, Second Edition by K. S. Birdi

By K. S. Birdi

The technological know-how of floor and colloid chemistry has been increasing at a quick velocity, leading to new parts of improvement, extra purposes, and extra theoretical and experimental info on comparable structures. thoroughly revised and multiplied to mirror the very lively around the world examine in this topic, this can be the definitive guide for the chemistry of floor and colloidal structures. With contributions from a workforce of overseas specialists, the instruction manual of floor and Colloid Chemistry, moment variation brings you recent at the newest advancements during this region, with wide assurance of a variety of learn matters. The scope of the second one version contains such issues as interfacial movie buildings for thin-film formation and emulsion formation; touch attitude and adsorption reports to represent stable surfaces; the influence of the scanning tunneling microscope and the atomic strength microscope; and extra. The theoretical foundation of colloids and their balance is carefully defined, as a way to make sure you result in extra interesting advancements. This new version of the guide of floor and Colloid Chemistry keeps the phenomenal association of its bestselling predecessor, whereas augmenting the textual content with new study and advancements within the box. It maintains to supply authoritative details in a structure that offers a helpful source for making plans your destiny study.

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N11! N12! ( N10 − Nd1 )! ( N12 + Nd1 )! ( N2 − N12 )! × = N12! N11! N12! ( N − Nd1 )! ( N12 − Nd 2 )! ( N12 − Nd 2 )! ( N11 − Nd1 )! ( N12 − Nd 2 )! d1 11 N1! ( N11 + N12 )! Nd1! ( N12 − Nd 2 )! 73 by setting Nd2 = 0. © 2003 by CRC Press LLC 1079Ch02Frame Page 44 Thursday, June 20, 2002 11:30 PM Case 4: A more general case The above enumeration method can be extended easily to the more general case of a system of N1, N2, …, Nt molecules of type 1, 2, …, t, respectively, which may have both donor/acceptor groups of type 1 and acceptor groups of type 2.

Different ways. Because the N10 acceptors 1 (at the groups of the free donors) have been recognized to be weak, we are left to choose, of the remaining N1 – N10 acceptors 1, the acceptors that will participate in the N 11 – N d1 strong bonds. ] ways. Of the N11 interacting donors 1 we must select the Nd1 and N11 – Nd1, which associate with the weak and the strong acceptors, respectively. ] different ways. ] ways. N12! ways. Thus, Ω is given by Ω= N10! N1! ( N11 + N12 )! N10! N11! N12! ( N10 − Nd1 )!

In the system there are N10 = N – N11 free donor groups.

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