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T h e result is that p A B ( )/ ( 5 _ 1 2) - e ^ » + ^ y<-0~ p r coh = The probability that after a time t collision is t’ AB will not suffer an exchange -(/-OA ab — ( 5 - 1 3) T AB A B and therefore the ensemble average p ( / ) is the weighted probability of all AB molecules created at t’ which survive until time / J - ~ AB We next differentiate (5-14) to obtain the differential form of the p ^ equation. This is done using the result from calculus that for y(t) = Jf’g(t, t’) dt’, (5-15) A % = J^(s(’,n)dt’ (5-16) + g(t,t).
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