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23 Assuming that the mercury sol consists of balls with a diameter of 0.06-10 m, calculate at what distance from the bottom of the vessel the mercury hydrosol concentration will be halved if the mercury density is ρ = 13.56 g / cm3 and the temperature of the sol is T = 290 TO.
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"Laboratory Workshop on Colloid Chemistry" Nekrasov AP, Veretenchenko BA, Kharkov NTU "KhPI", 2004
"Characteristic properties of disperse systems" Nekrasov AP, Kharkov, 1996
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