J. Phys. II France
Volume 3, Numéro 2, February 1993
Page(s) 227 - 243
References of J. Phys. II France 3 227-243
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  14. This is a rough approximation. Indeed, it would be necessary to take into account some size distribution of the correlated volumes since the density profile is not a step. This would modify the Lorentzian behavior at small q. This second-order effect is neglected.
  15. $\tau$ is a.dimensionless parameter, analogous to $\phi$s $\tau$ > $\phi$s corresponds to a depletion layer and $\tau$ < $\phi$s to an adsorption layer. The slope of the density profile at z = 0 is $\tau$ - $\phi$s/h