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Colloid Formation and Growth a Chemical Kinetics Approach by Julian Heicklen

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808 - 06 9 . 6 5 1 - 05 1 χ ΙΟ" 3 χ ΙΟ" 1 χ ΙΟ" 3 3 2 a 9 . 419 - 01 2 . 651 - 04 9 . 599 - 03 κ ι/2 2 Zn,m = (%π Τ/μη>ηι) (τη + rm) assumes collision partners are distinguishable even when 6 η = m. 234 χ 1 0 " . 819 - 09 2 . 818 - 06 9 . 583 - 08 2 . 127 - 07 K , m = Z„tm/[\ + Zn>m/4n(Dn + Dm)(rn + rm)] assumes collision partners are distinguishable even 6 when η = m . 234 χ 1 0 " . 785 - 05 4 . 045 - 06 2 . 349 - 10 1 χ HT 2 2 26 III BIMOLECULAR PROCESSES Condensation Consider the case of the vapor species C condensing on Cn under conditions in which physical source, vaporization, coagulation, and disintegration reactions are negligible.

021 - 20 48 IV THERMODYNAMICS A N D REVERSE REACTIONS with each other even though they are each in a steady state with respect to vaporization from and condensation on C„. By similar reasoning the argument can be extended to any Sm,„ and S / n . In fact what happens is that if both C and C m are present, the kinetics leads to the removal of small droplets below some critical size Cq, and the growth of large droplets larger than Cq. The value of q is such that the [C] = [ C ] v p S l q , and thus q decreases as [C] increases.

2 74 2. 250 . 038 6.. 272 5,. 141 1. 040 2.. 714 1.. 2. , 382 5. 910 1. ,079 4. ,011 4.. 474 1.. 783 - 10 2 .. 720 -10 9.. 234 χ 1 0 " . yn = y c for η > 2. = 0 for η = 1. 47 SUPERSATURATION whereas for S m n + m (n,m > 1), the values are always < 1. It can also be seen from the table that for all species, S w n + m decreases as either m or η is increased. Let us examine the case when C and C 2 are both in a steady state with respect to C„. Then [C] = [ C ] v p S l n and [ C 2 ] = [C] v pS 2 >„.

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