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The correspondence between these two diagrams is obtained from the following considerations. For the thermodynamic treatment the system shall be divided into two subsystems: MCl-M 2XCI 6 and M 2XCI 6-XCI 4 (Fig. la and lb). 36 S. N. Flengas and A. Block-Bolten a X, X8 I I I I w 0:: ~

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