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Gouy balance

He is the namesake of the Gouy balance, the Gouy–Chapman electric double layer model (which is a relatively successful albeit limited model that describes the electrical double-layer which finds applications in vast areas of studies from physical chemistry to biophysics) and the Gouy phase.
The Gouy balance, invented by Louis Georges Gouy, is a device for measuring the magnetic susceptibility of a sample.

Double layer (surface science)

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He is the namesake of the Gouy balance, the Gouy–Chapman electric double layer model (which is a relatively successful albeit limited model that describes the electrical double-layer which finds applications in vast areas of studies from physical chemistry to biophysics) and the Gouy phase.
Louis Georges Gouy in 1910 and David Leonard Chapman in 1913 both observed that capacitance was not a constant and that it depended on the applied potential and the ionic concentration.

Surface charge

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Surface charge
"Gouy suggested that interfacial potential at the charged surface could be attributed to the presence of a number of ions of given charge attached to its surface, and to an equal number of ions of opposite charge in the solution."

Physicist

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Louis Georges Gouy (February 19, 1854 – January 27, 1926) was a French physicist.

Ardèche

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Gouy was born at Vals-les-Bains, Ardèche in 1854.

French Academy of Sciences

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He became a correspondent of the Académie des sciences in 1901, and a member in 1913.

Refraction

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Distant diffraction (angles of dispersion reaching 150°)

Static electricity

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Electrostatics: Inductive capacity of dielectrics

Eusapia Palladino

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Other members of the Curies' circle of scientist friends—including William Crookes; future Nobel laureate Jean Perrin and his wife Henriette; Louis Georges Gouy; and Paul Langevin—were also exploring spiritualism, as was Pierre Curie's brother Jacques, a fervent believer.

Gaussian beam

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The Gouy phase of the beam at z is given by

Gibbs isotherm

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are calculated using the Double layer (interfacial) models of Helmholtz, Gouy, and Stern.