## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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See how well they fit a power law ( log - log ) plot over limited ranges of

See how well they fit a power law ( log - log ) plot over limited ranges of

**shear rate**. State the shear ranges over which a reasonable straight line fit is obtained and estimate the parameters K and n applicable to those regions .Page 1003

( a ) 71 t = 1s I = 10 s m ni >>> n3

( a ) 71 t = 1s I = 10 s m ni >>> n3

**Shear stress**( 7 ) 13 1 = 100 s**Shear rate**( Ý ) ( b )**Shear stress**( / ) * 82 Y3 ïi < < 3 0 Time Fig . 18.3.1 . ( a ) Relation between**shear stress**and**shear rate**for a thixotropic fluid .Page 1042

To obtain reproducible flow behaviour , these systems are first subjected to a fairly high

To obtain reproducible flow behaviour , these systems are first subjected to a fairly high

**shear rate**( ~ 3000 s– ) for some minutes , until the applied stress required for that**shear rate**becomes constant . The**shear rate**is then ...### 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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