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The electrified interface of the soil solid phase. B. Effect of surface heterogeneity

, : The electrified interface of the soil solid phase. B. Effect of surface heterogeneity. Interactions at the soil colloid soil solution interface: 81-113

The first part of this chapter is concerned with general aspects of the extension of existing theory to charged surfaces. The second part discusses the difficulty of deriving the actual energy distribution curve from experimental information.

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