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Note that the Cobj (4/n) exp(-a2 uo2/2) term is generally <i 1, so one can use the approximation, ln(1 + e) = s. Thus,

Vmax = d{-ln(B) + ln(ko2no2lo (p + qV2) + C0bj(4/n)exp(-^u2/2)]} 5.2-58 and

Vmm = D{- ln(B) + ln(ko 2rco 2l0 (p + q)/2) - ^ (4/ n) exp(-o2 u2 /2)]} 5.2-59

Hence,

Cvr s Vmax Vmin = °bjW '/)-J^L = Cie/ln[ko2no2lo(p + q)2B]

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