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- k-s for step-wise stabilty constants, K-s for step-wise instability constants, β-s for cumulative stability, β-1 for instability cumulative constants.
I think that I read this from a IUPAC document (maybe the symbols were different, except β):Mx++yL- [MLy]x-y βy=? where y represents the number of the ligands participating in the reaction. In our case, if y=1, we could I see. So β1(Pb(AcO)2) refers to Pb(OAc)+ + AcO- understand it as a step-wise constant, but if y=2 then it would be cumulative. So β1(Pb(AcO)2) represents the constant of the reaction of one ligand and another molecule.
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