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1STATES OF MATTER
SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM
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absorption acid activity adsorbed amount applied atom base bond Calculate carbon cell charge Chem chemical complex components concentration constant containing corresponding depends described determined direction distance effect electric electron energy enzyme equal equation equilibrium example excited expression field Figure force frequency function given glucose groups heat hydrogen increase indicated initial involving ionization kinetic layer light liquid magnetic material measured membrane method mixture mole molecular molecules motion nature nuclei observed obtained occurs orbital organic oxygen particles phase positive possible potential present pressure properties protein radiation radical rate constant reactant reaction reduced region represented sample shown shows side solid solution solvent species spectrum step structure surface surface tension temperature termed tion transfer transition units usually vapor various vibrational volume weight