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14 is then differentiated, and dy is substituted by zero. Then the dx x-coordinate at the maximum in the curve is obtained. 14. It thus provides the correlation between the stoichiometry and the x-coordinate at the maximum in the Job’s plot. 5 (a = b = 1). 333. The practically important point here is: Even if the concentration of complex ([C]) cannot be measured directly, the [C] (y-axis) can be replaced with a parameter proportional to [C]. Then the same x-coordinate, and with it the same stoichiometry, is obtained at the maximum as that in the Job’s plot.
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In the presence of template A, the two reactands on the left are organized in a way suitable for a 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition reaction. The pyridineamide part of the template recognizes the acid substituent in the N O B reactand, while the second reactand is recognized by the carboxylic acid incorporated in the template. Particularly interesting is the fact that template A favors its own formation, while the other stereoisomer B is formed only in low amounts. minimal-replicators  which are not based on biomolecules.