Identify equation to describe chemical process, Chemistry

Identify an equation that describes some chemical process.  Your equation should have at least two parameters, at least one of which should contribute in a non-linear way.

Here is an example of such an equation.  This describes the spectroscopic signal during a pH titration.

y = (A-B)*(10^(pH-pK) / (1 + 10^(pH-pK) )) + B

 where

 A: the signal from the protonated form

 B: the signal from the ionized form

pK: The pK of the reaction

pH:The independent variable

 y: The dependent variable (measured signal).

y is linear in A and B, but non-linear with respect to pK

You can use this equation, but you will lose two points (out of 20) if you use it instead of some other equation

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