The Approach to Composition Equilibrium in Air
In this chapter we shall be concerned with departures from equilibrium which are limited in some definite way and, for the most part, small.
KeywordsRelaxation Time Rate Coefficient Vibrational Relaxation Rotational Relaxation Reaction Rate Coefficient
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