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It is a two-component real solution theory based on the theory of nonideal solutions and hence allows for phase separation.
Solvent combinations that can form azeotropes are always nonideal, and as such they deviate from Raoult's law.
The theory of neuron integration and firing (response to inputs) is therefore expanded by accounting for the nonideal conditions of cell structure.
Thirdly, the nonideal behavior of real engines, such as mechanical friction and losses in the combustion process causes further efficiency losses.
Interactions between the components of the solution create properties unique to the solution, as most processes entail nonideal mixtures, where Raoult's law does not hold.
Open contacts can exist naturally, such as when teeth erupt into a nonideal occlusion or when they shift as a result of tooth loss.
Excess molar quantities are properties of mixtures which characterize the nonideal behaviour of real mixtures.
One of the metastable states of a strongly nonideal plasma is Rydberg matter, which forms upon condensation of excited atoms.
Borohydrides are nonideal ligands for isotope separations since boron occurs naturally with two abundant isotopes, B (20%) and B (80%).
Much recent work in political philosophy has asked what justice as fairness might dictate (or indeed, whether it is very useful at all) for problems of "partial compliance" under "nonideal theory."
However, in dealing with international relations the questions arising from the highly nonideal conditions of the real world with its great injustices and widespread social evils cannot be put aside.
(Measurement "without the dielectric" in principle means measurement in free space, an unattainable goal inasmuch as even the quantum vacuum is predicted to exhibit nonideal behavior, such as dichroism.
A. E. Siegman, "Defining the effective radius of curvature for a nonideal optical beam," IEEE J. Quantum Electron.
Likewise the bottom trace illustrates a nonideal mixture that has a negative deviation from Raoult's law, and at the composition where tangent to the trace is horizontal there is a negative azeotrope.
Such a solution is said to be "nonideal..." so the hydronium concentration of a solution made by dropping 6 moles of HCl into 1 L of solution is not 6M.
The top trace illustrates a nonideal mixture that has a positive deviation from Raoult's law, where the total combined vapor pressure of constituents, X and Y, is greater than what is predicted by Raoult's law.
In his book, Legal Pluralism in Contemporary Ethiopia(2010), Weldemariam, following the tack taken by Professor Andreas Eshete (PhD, Yale), defends multination federalism in line with the nonideal theory of John Rawls under unfavorable conditions.