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introductory footnote
chapter 0 heuristic starter
0.1 two questions
0.2 how to do what?s needed
0.3 purposes: what should be done?

chapter 1
1.1 fundamental concepts
1.2 some primary and secondary concepts 1
1.3 some primary and secondary concepts 2
1.4 system and subsystem
1.5 content
1.6 summary of chapter 1

chapter 2 motion
2.1 on the notion of stationarity
2.2 postulate i
2.3 postulates ii and iii
2.4 the motion and initial condition
2.5 postulate iv
2.6 a matter of notation

chapter 3 the open system
3.1 mean sojourn time
3.2 the open and closed system
3.3 preliminary derivation of the mass-time equivalence
3.4 on the derivation of the mass-time equivalence
3.5 on asymptotic distributions

chapter 4 two applications
4.1 a particular bioaccumulation
4.2 turnover factors and the correspondence principle

app 1 on the difference between sojourn-time and transit-time
app 2 equilibrium
app 3 on ergodicity
a3.1 on the ergodicity concept
a3.2 ergodicity of open
a3.3 another ergodic principle
app 4 the mean-value theorems
app 5 the discrete model
a5.1 the description
a5.2 the model of motion
app 6 on the stability of stochastic processes
a6.1 a background
a6.2 the faraday rule
app 7 qualitative analysis
app 8 the correspondence principle