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So putting d[nA2]/dt = 0 and if  = e (e is the equilibrium value) one finds W * r e c = [lA]c/[rtA2]e = ^üe a i l d K Ue = K Ue^ ^ where Ke is the equilibrium constant expressed in terms of the molar concentrations. Because of this relationship between &diss and krec at equilibrium, usually only one of these rates is measured, the other being inferred using equilibrium constant data. There are cases where this procedure might be suspect; however for our purposes, it is ade quate. We can now rewrite the kinetic equation as follows, d[nA2]/dt = krtc[nx][nA2\([nA]2/[nA2] - kdiJkrec) (8) or, using the equilibrium relation d[nA2]/dt = krcc[nx][nA2]([nA]2/[nA2] - [nA]l/[nA2]e) (9) One can define the ratio [nA]2/[nA2] as Κ^ , which has the form of an equilibrium constant but using the actual concentrations present in the nonequilibrium situation.
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Advances in Energy Systems and Technology. Volume 4 by Peter Auer and David Douglas (Eds.)