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Surface Potential at Liquid Interfaces

  • J. Llopis

Abstract

Prior to entering into the main subject of this chapter, it will be convenient first to consider briefly the proposals of different international commissions1–3 for definitions of the fundamental electrical phenomena to be dealt with in this article. An excellent review of these definitions was given some years ago by Parsons.5

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Surface Potential Liquid Interface Mono Layer Inorganic Electrolyte Surface Potential Measurement 
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  • J. Llopis
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  1. 1.Institute de Química Física “Rocasolano”C.S.I.C.MadridSpain

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