The law of conservation of atomic numbers

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Applying the last statement of Subsection 4.5.2 show that, if the number of atoms is one less than that of the components in an atomic reaction obeying the law of conservation of atomic numbers, and if the stoichio metric matrix is of full rank, then the induced kinetic differential equation of the reaction has no periodic solution

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