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6) may be used to partition Hvw into equivalency classes. #, is called the number of nmr differentiable reactions* in Hvw. By selecting one reaction from each equivalency class, a complete set of nmr differentiable reactions in Hvw is formed. It must be emphasized that there is in general no guarantee that two nmr differentiable reactions generate dependences of line * If V = W and Vvv = Vvv, then one of the D$$ equivalency classes in Hvv generated by Eq. (6) contains no reactions, and therefore the number of nmr differentiable reactions in Hvv is Z>Vv = D$v — 1.

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