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The most conspicuous difference between the experimental and calculated band profiles is the lower maximum concentration peak (center figures) and the lower plateau concentration (far right figures) measured for resorcinol and catechol than calculated. Note, however, that the isotherm was determined in a concentration range which does not extend to the displacer concentration used. Hence, there is a possible error in the exact position of the operating line. In this concentration range, deviations of the adsorption behavior from the Langmuir model is probable, as this model assumes the solution to be ideal. [Pg.468]

Quote the % relative standard =100 STDEV(range)/AVERAGE(range) deviation of data ... [Pg.18]

No. of Observations Efficiency Range Deviation Factor, Kr Range Confidence Factor (/) ... [Pg.101]

Simulations of outer sphere electron transfer reactions [197, 217-220, 223] show that the Marcus theory is valid over a wide range. Deviations from the linear response regime were found. [Pg.65]

The Lambert—Beer law is only valid within a restricted concentration range. Deviations from linearity are commonly observed and may be due to a number of reasons. [Pg.430]

It is absolutely essential to have access to aU parameters influencing the spectral simulation process furthermore the typical parameters obtained as a result (mean value, range, deviation) are not sufficient to evaluate the result, because in many cases a visual inspection of the distribution is necessary in order to detect outiiers or to understand stereochemical effects. Access to the original data contributing to a specific result must be possible in order to clarify any ambiguity. [Pg.1068]

In the case of finite-range deviation potentials only a subblock of the infinite matrix V is nonzero. The linear combination of atomic orbital (LCAO) expressions for the Hartree-Fock case are given below. Equation (4.113) can be solved formally to give... [Pg.169]

In a comparison between surface area determination of ceramics by nitrogen adsorption and mercury porosimetry it was found that the results were similar in the surface area range 10-100 m2 g-1 but outside this range deviations were significant [78]. [Pg.180]

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