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New York 1928), pp. 5 111-118. ( ) J. PERRIN; Ann. chim. et phys. 18, 5 (1909); Compt. rend. 149, 477 (1909). 36 KINETIC PROPERTIES OF DISPERSE SYSTEMS The Avogadro number calculated from quantitative experiments on Brownian movement. Equation ( 1 ) enables us to calculate the Avogadro number N, if all the other variables are measured or known. 23 2 3 PERRIN thus obtained for Ν figures between 5-6 . 1 0 and 9 - 4 . 1 0 , 23 which are quite close to the value of 6-02 . 1 0 (particles per mole), now generally accepted and obtained by several other exact methods, ( 6) such as X-ray measurements.
However, X-ray measurements showed that their radius is about 0-93 m/x ; that agrees fairly well with the osmotically estimated 0-8 m/x. Ordinary lyophobic micellar colloids produce, if well purified, an osmotic pressure only of the order of millimetres of water. The osmotic pressure of molecular colloids is usually much higher ; for instance, 2-3 per cent solutions of egg albumin show pressures around 8-10 cm water. However, it must be pointed out that equation OSMOTIC PRESSURE 45 (6) does not hold strictly for the relation between ρ and M for molecular colloids (see p .
Alcohol and mix thoroughly. After ( 2) H . HOLMES ; Laboratory 3rd2 aed. 1934. Manual of Colloid Chemistry (Wiley, New York 1928), ( ) R. E . STAUFFER, in WEISSBERGER'S Technique of Organic Part I (Interscience, New York 1956) p. 65 if. Chemistry, vol. Ill, F L O C C U L A T I O N E X P E R I M E N T S 27 standing for five minutes the tubes are compared. N o w there is no change in the first three, but the sols of albumin and gelatin have become quite turbid. The colloids like Ag-sol and ferric hydroxide, which are easily flocculated by electrolytes, are lyophobic or hydrophobic.