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If the numerator and the denominator of the Langmuir equation are each divided

by kd , there is

of a cannot be directly measured , 424 ELEVEN ADSORPTION AND SURFACE ...

If the numerator and the denominator of the Langmuir equation are each divided

by kd , there is

**obtained**kP / ka KP e ( 11-17 ) 1 + kąp / ka 1 + KP Since the valueof a cannot be directly measured , 424 ELEVEN ADSORPTION AND SURFACE ...

Page 486

From egg yolk phosphatidylcholine , the vesicles

size , with a radius of about 250 Å containing about 2700 molecules . Materials

trapped within the vesicle can remain there for relatively long periods of time ,

and ...

From egg yolk phosphatidylcholine , the vesicles

**obtained**are fairly uniform insize , with a radius of about 250 Å containing about 2700 molecules . Materials

trapped within the vesicle can remain there for relatively long periods of time ,

and ...

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The maximum value of this function is

resonance . To reduce the amplitude to one - half of the maximum , the

denominator must be equal to 2 , or T22472 ( v — v . ) be equal to 1 , from which

we deduce ...

The maximum value of this function is

**obtained**when v = Vo , that is , right onresonance . To reduce the amplitude to one - half of the maximum , the

denominator must be equal to 2 , or T22472 ( v — v . ) be equal to 1 , from which

we deduce ...

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### Contents

1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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