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... this equation with the

, and solving for the standard potential ... or products or both are in conditions

other than their standard states , it is necessary to use the

more ...

... this equation with the

**expression**for the equilibrium constant , Equation ( 4-39 ), and solving for the standard potential ... or products or both are in conditions

other than their standard states , it is necessary to use the

**expression**for themore ...

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The concentration of the intermediate cannot be experimentally determined , but

it can be

[ A- ] Substitution of this in the rate

...

The concentration of the intermediate cannot be experimentally determined , but

it can be

**expressed**in terms of ... [ HA ] [ C12H2201 ) [ C2H2301 ) = ( 10-37 ) k_ ,[ A- ] Substitution of this in the rate

**expression**for the key step leads to k , ką [ HA ]...

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Under some circumstances , the moment is given by the

1 ) M ( 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 Mg ...

Under some circumstances , the moment is given by the

**expression**My = 8VJI +1 ) M ( 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 Mg ...

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### Contents

1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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