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Call f anything you wish k, n, l, ... it is not ƒ , a function.
My post wasn't very clear, so let me first clarify that it is not given that f(Ax) = f(By). I should add that f denotes an activity coefficient, so it's a constant.
Ahhh... bases! A is in base x, and B is in base y, right?
a^x*a^y = a^(x+y), but it only works for a common base. Therefore,
Can anyone prove the validity of this equation by deriving it :