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  From: Walter Stafford <>
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  Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 9:14:47 -0400 (EDT)

RE: g(s) question.....

Dear David,

	Unless the system is frozen (i.e NOT in rapidly reverisble 
equilibrium), any fitting of gaussians will be meaningless. In the case of 
rapidly reversible system, the boundary is called a "reaction boundary" and 
cannot be resolved into individual species.

However, if it is frozen, the areas under the peaks are the 
equilibrium concentrations. 

Hope that helps,

Walter Stafford

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