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The lengths in the denominator of the dimensional pressure

are then those of edges b and c. The lengths in the dimensional

--- for 1.5 Rectangular box containing a gas. volume are a, b, and c. Then the ...

The lengths in the denominator of the dimensional pressure

**expression**aboveare then those of edges b and c. The lengths in the dimensional

**expression**for F--- for 1.5 Rectangular box containing a gas. volume are a, b, and c. Then the ...

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&o, (7-2) Combining this equation with the

constant, Equation (4-39), and solving for the standard potential leads to RT If the

reactants or products or both are in conditions other than their standard states, it

is ...

&o, (7-2) Combining this equation with the

**expression**for the equilibriumconstant, Equation (4-39), and solving for the standard potential leads to RT If the

reactants or products or both are in conditions other than their standard states, it

is ...

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Under some circumstances, the moment is given by the

1)/B (13-1) where J is the total electronic quantum number described in Section 8

-9, g is a complicated function of the quantum numbers L, S, and J, and up is a ...

Under some circumstances, the moment is given by the

**expression**|M = g VJ(J +1)/B (13-1) where J is the total electronic quantum number described in Section 8

-9, g is a complicated function of the quantum numbers L, S, and J, and up is a ...

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1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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