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Nevertheless, patients may be less tolerant of a remifentanil overdose than overdoses of other opioids because the plasma effect-site equilibrium constant (ke0) of remifentanil is larger and the rapid distribution volume of remifentanil is smaller than those of most other opioids (4).
With this goal in mind, they present thermodynamic and spectroscopic data on the strength of 17 selected reference Lewis acids, providing data on some 2400 equilibrium constants of acid/base reactions, and thus Gibbs energies; some 1500 cemplexation enthalpies; and, for spectroscopic scales, some 2000 infrared and ultraviolet shifts of absorption bands upon complexation.
It indicates the existence of 1:1 complex Using Nash method , the equilibrium constant (k) for the 1:1 complex is calculated by using equation K = [AB]/[A][B] Where [AB] is the concentration of the 1:1 complex and [A] and [B] are the initial concentration of the proton donor and proton acceptor respectively.
2]  K1 = equilibrium constant where the hydrate is formed from dissolved water and dry wood = 4.
] The equilibrium constant for a generic acid (HA) will further illustrate the difference between weak and strong acids.
314 J/mol K), and K is the equilibrium constant for the folding/unfolding reaction.
The synergistic solvent extraction of the lanthanoids was studied using a traditional and effective means of obtaining both stoichiometric and equilibrium constant information about extraction processes, called "slope analysis".
x/(1 - x) = Kc, where x is the fraction of surface sites that bind a reactant of concentration c, and K is the equilibrium constant of the reaction (13).