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R J (29) where r is the reaction rate. Notice that, although chemical equi librium prevails everywhere in the liquid, r is not zero, Since the reaction takes place at whatever rate is required to maintain chemical equilibrium in the presence of diffusion. b· m "" J (30) J J The coefficient A. , in the absence of diffusion phenomena) does not change the molarity; hence : r A. v. 30 is differentiated twice with respect to x, and Eq's. 32 is not zero; this implies that the molarity is not constant in the liquid phase.
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