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The second printing of this book corrected a large number of typographical and other

errors that appeared in the First Printing, but additional errors are still being found.

John Berg

Chapter 2

p. 27, Table 2-1: For Methylene iodide, the surface tension should be 50.8 mN/m.

p. 27, line 7 below Table 2-1: The reference to Jasper’s database is:

Jasper, J.J., “The Surface Tension of Pure Liquid Compounds,” J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data,

1 [4], 841-1009 (1972).

p. 38, Fig. 2-12: The word written as "molecuar" in the figure should be "molecular"

and it should be referenced as: Based on an approximation for small tubes given in:

Johnson, C. H. J., and Lane, J. E., J. Colloid Interface Sci., 47, 117 (1974).

p. 96, Line 12 from bottom: "is separated by phases" should be "separates phases"

Chapter 3

2

p. 136, Caption to Fig. 3-15(b) should read: "Langmuir adsorption isotherm format"

p. 194, line 2 below Fig. 3-51: “and are be” should be: “and are to be”

Chapter 4

pp. 237 (bottom) and 238 (top): Should be precautions 1), 2) and 3)

Eq. (4.47), last term should have "–" in front of it, i.e.,

3

(4.48)

(4.49)

(4.50)

p. 266, Line 6ff: Replace the sentence starting on line 6: "The maximum in WA under

these conditions…" with: "Thus for a given adherend (i.e., given σS), the maximum in

WA occurs when σL = σS."

Chapter 5

p. 351, lines 1 and 2: should read: “in which case there is at least one aggregate spanning

the entire volume of the system,”

Equation (5.17) assumes that the sample size n is sufficiently large that it represents the

whole population from which the sample is withdrawn. Otherwise, one needs the sample

variance, which is obtained by multiplying the right hand side of Eq. (5.17) by the factor:

n/(n - 1).

It is seen that the variance is the second moment of the distribution about the mean, m2,

while the mean itself is the first moment about the origin. Two higher moments are often

used to further characterize distributions. The third moment about the mean, m3, is a

measure of the asymmetry of the distribution, and from it may be computed a

dimensionless descriptor termed the skewness, sk:

. (5.19)

Positive values of the skewness describe distributions that tail to the right, while for

negative skewness values, they tail to the left. For the distribution of Fig. 5-20, sk = 1.30,

indicating strong tailing toward the larger particle sizes. For finite samples representing a

larger population, a sample skewness is obtained by multiplying sk by the factor:

.1 A further descriptor of the distribution, termed the kurtosis, ku, is

constructed from the from the fourth moment of the distribution, m4, and is defined as:

. (5.20)

4

= "peakedness"), for a symmetrical distribution, means the central peak is high and sharp.

For a Gaussian distribution, described below, ku, has a value of 3, while for uniform (flat)

distributions it is 1.8. The first four moments of a distribution (or parameters derived

from them) allow a quite detailed reconstruction of any monomodal distribution.

1

Joanes, D. N., and Gill, C. A., "Comparing Measures of Sample Skewness and Kurtosis, "The

Statistician," 47 [1], 183 (1998).

pp. 377-378, Eqs. (5.29) and (5.34). The quantity designated as fi in the last step of these

equations is not the same as fi defined in Eqs. (5.16). Instead of the number fraction in

class, it is the "diameter fraction in class," and should be designated fid.

(5.45)

(a) (b)

Fig. 5-33: Settling of a monodisperse suspension: (a) the “falling curtain” of

particles all settling at the same rate, and (b) the measured net sediment

weight/area, W, as a function of time.

(5.62)

5

p. 404, bottom: Remove the sentence starting with: “Assuming that the particles are..”

(5.157)

Chapter 6

p. 457, line 1: Faraday’s constant is: 96,485.5 Coul/mole

p. 489, Eq. (6.77), the first “2” on the right hand side should be “8,” i.e.,

(6.77)

lines following Eq. (6.123) should read: ([=] S m–1) and ([=] S)

Chapter 7

6

in Eqs. (7.46) – (7.48).

line 1 above Eq. (7.57): “Eqs. (6.16) and (6.1)” should read: “Eqs. (6.18) and

(6.19)”

p. 570, Eq. 7.139: Insert “a” in the denominator of the lhs of the equation, which should

then read:

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

p. 651, after Eq. (9.10) should be added “, and ρc is the density of the continuous phase.”

Appendix 1

p. 763, Chapter 8 Prob. 1: last two lines should read: “ …Mooney equation, Eq. (8.14),

and (iii) the Krieger-Dougherty equation, Eq. (8.16).”

p. 764, Prob. 3: should read: “Estimate the yield stress of a weakly percolated dispersion

of 200 nm silica particles…”

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