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4. 3. Decomposition of hexaphenylethane in constant-volume batch reactor; point-by-point evaluation. 96 spotting suspect data points. For instance, the coefficient value for the time interval from 174 to 209 seconds is out of line, making one suspect an error in one of the two times or concentrations used for calculating it. Apart from that value, the greatest deviations from the average are at the lowest and highest conversions. In general, these results are the least reliable and might be given less weight.
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