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NB: The form of C3H4 found in the atmospheres of the giant planets is as above, CH3C2H, known as methyl acetylene (or alternatively propyne). The alternative isomer of CjH4, called allene (or alternatively propadiene) is not found.

NB: The form of C3H4 found in the atmospheres of the giant planets is as above, CH3C2H, known as methyl acetylene (or alternatively propyne). The alternative isomer of CjH4, called allene (or alternatively propadiene) is not found.

to form NH4SH. Hence, if by substituting the uncondensed values of pNH3 and ^h2s into Equation (4.48) we find that the left-hand side exceeds the right-hand side we solve for the amount A by which we need to reduce both pNH3 and pH S\ that is,

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