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  • The amounts of pseudoisomers can be summed to yield ni′, the amount of species in the pseudoisomer group; ni′ = Σ ni.

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  • The amounts of pseudoisomers can be summed to yield ni′, the amount of species in the pseudoisomer group; ni′ = Σ ni.

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  • The amounts of pseudoisomers can be summed to yield ni′, the amount of species in the pseudoisomer group; ni′ = Σ ni.

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  • ∑ µ i ′ dni′ (2. 2-10) i = 1 where N′ is the number of pseudoisomer groups.

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  • The mole fraction ri of the i-th pseudoisomers in the pseudoisomer group is given by [24] ri = exp {[∆ fG′o (pseudoisomer group) - ∆ fGi′o]/RT} (2. 2-18) The standard transformed enthalpy of formation of the pseudoisomer group is a mole fraction weight - ed average and is given by ∆ fH′o (pseudoisomer group) = Σ ri ∆ fHi′o (2. 2-19) This discussion has been based on making the chemical potential of one species a natural vari - able, but it may be possible to make a Legendre transform involving more than one species.

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  • The mole fraction ri of the i-th pseudoisomers in the pseudoisomer group is given by [24] ri = exp {[∆ fG′o (pseudoisomer group) - ∆ fGi′o]/RT} (2. 2-18) The standard transformed enthalpy of formation of the pseudoisomer group is a mole fraction weight - ed average and is given by ∆ fH′o (pseudoisomer group) = Σ ri ∆ fHi′o (2. 2-19) This discussion has been based on making the chemical potential of one species a natural vari - able, but it may be possible to make a Legendre transform involving more than one species.

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  • The mole fraction ri of the i-th pseudoisomers in the pseudoisomer group is given by [24] ri = exp (2. 2-18) The standard transformed enthalpy of formation of the pseudoisomer group is a mole fraction weight - ed average and is given by ∆ fH′o (pseudoisomer group) = Σ ri ∆ fHi′o (2. 2-19) This discussion has been based on making the chemical potential of one species a natural vari - able, but it may be possible to make a Legendre transform involving more than one species.

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  • ∑ µ i ′ dni′ (2. 2-10) i = 1 where N′ is the number of pseudoisomer groups.

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  • ∑ µ i ′ dni′ (2. 2-10) i = 1 where N′ is the number of pseudoisomer groups.

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