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VBL*]~. = [VAI/[VBL] From (7) and the definitions off, [VBL]; namely, [VBL] =/~1 [VA ]//~J (7) fll and/33, we obtain the desired expression for (8) Substitution of (8) into (6) yields (9) As a working hypothesis we let k I [VA]n([L]of) q >>k_ 1(~1 [VA]/fl3f) p" The experiments in natural abundance sea water ([VA] = constant) show that/32 is linearly proportional to f; hence q --- 1. If, then, [VA ] is allowed to vary and q = 1, we have a/f~- ~dVa]//-~ kx[VAI"[L]o (10) 31 K. Kustin and G. C. McLeod As mentioned above, the plot of In (R/f) vs.

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