## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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The composition of the vapour phase and of the compound for this equilibrium,

as a function of temperature are

respectively. The pressures of this equilibrium as a function of temperature can

be seen from ...

The composition of the vapour phase and of the compound for this equilibrium,

as a function of temperature are

**given**by the lines B[B'2B and D[d'2Drespectively. The pressures of this equilibrium as a function of temperature can

be seen from ...

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The pressures corresponding to these equilibria are indicated in the p, T

projection. The pressures lying on that part of the line that is indicated by the

letters dTBSM give the pressures belonging to the equilibria

projection) by ...

The pressures corresponding to these equilibria are indicated in the p, T

projection. The pressures lying on that part of the line that is indicated by the

letters dTBSM give the pressures belonging to the equilibria

**given**(on the T, xprojection) by ...

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(35) makes sense only if it is

prescription for the construction of En(k) is

which is an extension of the paper by Luttinger and Kohn [39]. This prescription

consists ...

(35) makes sense only if it is

**given**by explicit construction. A quite satisfactoryprescription for the construction of En(k) is

**given**by Kjeldaas and Kohn [40]which is an extension of the paper by Luttinger and Kohn [39]. This prescription

consists ...

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