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3 Forces between molecules across interfaces
The Study of Liquid Interfaces
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acid adsorbed adsorbed atom adsorbed film adsorbed layer adsorption adsorption isotherm adsorption potential argon assumed behaviour benzene bulk phase calculated capillary Chem chemical potential chemisorption Colloid component concentration considered constant contact angle crystal curve density dipole dislocation dispersion forces distance dividing surface double layer drop effect electrolyte enthalpy equilibrium ethanol example experimental Faraday free energy function Graphon heat of immersion hydrocarbon illustrated in Fig increases interaction interfacial tension interphase involved ionic ions isotherm Jaycock krypton Langmuir lattice liquid-vapour interface localised London measured meniscus metal method microtome mmol mol dm"3 molecular monolayer oxide parameters Phys plane position potential energy predicted pressure relaxation represents rutile Schottky defects shown in Fig sodium sodium chloride solid surface solution surface area surface energy surface excess surface tension Table temperature tenside thermodynamic usually values vapour viscosity volume wetting zero