15. Using the gauge curve of Geller (for the constructi

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15. Using the gauge curve of Geller (for the construction data, see Problem 14), determine the average radius of the polystyrene latex particles from the following experimental data:
 
The wavelength λ, nm 415 485 527 685
Optical density D 0.324 0.215 0.160 0.084

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Questions and problems from the manual:
"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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