Schultz-Hardy rule

Schultz-Hardy rule

[′shu̇lts ′här·dē ‚rül]
(chemistry)
The sensitivity of lyophobic colloids to coagulating electrolytes is governed by the charge of the ion opposite that of the colloid, and the sensitivity increases more rapidly than the charge of the ion.
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