### Table 5.2: Calculated ground state spins and charges, spin equilibrium constants (Kspin) and high-spin fractions for P450 systems studied. In some cases multiple values have been reported for the spin equilibrium constants resulting in a range of possible HS fractions. No spin equilibrium data was available for the metyrapone-bound system.

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### Table IV gives the cohesive energy, as well as the lattice constant and bulk modulus for both GaAs and Si. Next, we consider the equilibrium distance between atoms, which corresponds to minimization of the total energy. Let us insert a multiplicative scaling factor into all lengths, corresponding to scaling of the lattice constant. This implies that every length in the repulsive potential or the Hamiltonian is multiplied by the factor . In the repulsive potential, for example, we have

### Table 3: The equilibrium rates for the di erent virtual sessions and the unicast sessions for the network shown in Figure 3. The di erent parameters used are = 3, discretization step size, = 0:001.

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### Table 1: Equilibrium Predictions

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"... In PAGE 16: ... In the last 20 rounds of the three aggregate information sessions, subjects appear to be some- where between the asymmetric mixed equilibrium and the pure equilibrium. That neither equi- librium has been reached is supported by the fact that there is excessive entry relative to that predicted in either equilibrium (compare the mean number of entrants in Table 3 with the predic- tions in Table1 ). Notice also in Table 4 that in the last 50 (and last 10 rounds) of each of the three aggregate information treatments there remain four players who are still choosing to enter with some positive frequency, and exactly two players who (almost) purely stay out.... ..."

### Table 5: FDIT equilibrium

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"... In PAGE 23: ... Note that the optimal inflation target is now negative in the second period. Table5 summarizes the equilibrium in the FD regime with these inflation targets.12 The derivation of the first-period target is the same as that under the PD regime.... ..."

### Table 1: Equilibrium strategies

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### TABLE I EQUILIBRIUM VALUES

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### TABLE I EQUILIBRIUM ALLOCATION.

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