Interpretation of Coagulation Kinetics Observed by Light Seattering

Abstract

The coagulation process interpreted as a second order reaction and it is assumed that the intensity of scattered light on the colloidal particles follows the Raileygh eq. At each collision of two aggregates the smaller aggregate loses a given number of primary particles while the bigger aggregate increases by the same number of primary particles. The… (More)

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