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       Crabapples and Equilibrium

The crabapple analogy is a mathematically correct treatment of the simple reaction in which one substance changes into another:

A B and B A

In terms of the analogy, A and B represent apples on the man's or the boy's side of the fence, and the chemical reaction is the throwing of apples from one side to the other.

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