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Separation of the Isotopes HT and ortho‐D2 by Adsorption at Low Temperatures
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4.In the adsorbed phase the molecule may not undergo translations in the plane of the surface if the adsorption is localized. It is, however, not necessary to make any assumption as to whether the adsorbed layer is localized or mobile if the partition function is separable, since center of mass motions for the two isotopes will cancel.
5.The uncertainty in is of the order of
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