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The values show good constancy, giving a strong indication that the reaction is

second-order. A plot of log [b(a – x)/a(b – x)] against time has been made in

Figure 10-2, and the slope of the straight line

the ...

The values show good constancy, giving a strong indication that the reaction is

second-order. A plot of log [b(a – x)/a(b – x)] against time has been made in

Figure 10-2, and the slope of the straight line

**obtained**is 0.0141. Multiplication ofthe ...

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... rate of desorption, is proportional to the fractional number of sites occupied:

rate of desorption = kaff (11-15) When the equation

two rates is solved for 6, there is

kaP ...

... rate of desorption, is proportional to the fractional number of sites occupied:

rate of desorption = kaff (11-15) When the equation

**obtained**by equating thesetwo rates is solved for 6, there is

**obtained**one form of the Langmuir isotherm: _kaP ...

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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 T,”47%(v — vo)* be equal to 1, from which we

deduce that the ...

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 T,”47%(v — vo)* be equal to 1, from which we

deduce that the ...

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