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< center > Articles of Confederation 200th Anniversary commemorative stamp </ center >< center > First issued in York, Penn., 1977 </ center >
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# H < sub > 3 </ sub > O < sup >+</ sup >( aq ) + Cl < sup >−</ sup >( aq ) + NH < sub > 3 </ sub > → Cl < sup >−</ sup >( aq ) + NH < sub > 4 </ sub >< sup >+</ sup >( aq )
A line running from Cape Aspro ( 28 ° 16 ' E ) in Asia Minor, to Cum Burnù ( Capo della Sabbia ) the Northeast extreme of the Island of Rhodes, through the island to Cape Prasonisi, the Southwest point thereof, on to Vrontos Point ( 35 ° 33 ' N ) in Skarpanto < nowiki >< nowiki ></ nowiki >, through this island to Castello Point, the South extreme thereof, across to Cape Plaka ( East extremity of Crete ), through Crete to Agria Grabusa, the Northwest extreme thereof, thence to Cape Apolitares in Antikithera Island, through the island to Psira Rock ( off the Northwest point ) and across to Cape Trakhili in Kithera Island, through Kithera to the Northwest point ( Cape Karavugia ) and thence to Cape Santa Maria () in the Morea.
Here, < sub > n </ sub > denotes the sample mean of the first n samples ( x < sub > 1 </ sub >, ..., x < sub > n </ sub >), s < sup > 2 </ sup >< sub > n </ sub > their sample variance, and σ < sup > 2 </ sup >< sub > n </ sub > their population variance.
Carboxylic acid groups (− CO < sub > 2 </ sub > H ) can be deprotonated to become negative carboxylates (− CO < sub > 2 </ sub >< sup >−</ sup > ), and α-amino groups ( NH < sub > 2 </ sub >−) can be protonated to become positive α-ammonium groups (< sup >+</ sup > NH < sub > 3 </ sub >−).
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