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57) where the factor E indicates the smallness of the perturbation. This separation of the right-hand side into terms of increasing order of smallness appears to be necessary for the successful application of the Kryloff-Bogoliubov method. In the final solution we shall of course put E = 1. We want to find a solution of the form y1 = ~ ( twith ) , t=ot+q, where z ( t ; i is a function with period 2n. Substituting we get 022” + Y2Z = - E f l ( Z , WZ’)-&2fz(Z, 0s’)- ... and we now assume + &Zl(t) + + ...
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EctSode. However, the latter three indirectly influence the adsorptiion 'and repulsion energies which cause the variation in activation energy between the members of the homologous series. From this and other factors, it is unlikely that calculations of the activation energy would be significant. 30 PHILIP J . ELVING AND BERNARD PULLMAN Adsorption phenomena and activation energy are apparently relatively constant factors with the determining factor being the entropy of activation. References 1.