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It has been known since the late nineteenth century that the suicide rate is higher for unmarried than for married people. The ratio is about three for men and two for women (more details will be given in a subsequent chapter). Obviously, in a population in which there are more men than women, not all men will be able to get married and one would therefore expect a higher suicide rate than in a population whose sex ratio is closer to one. Can this prediction be tested? 05. In such a population the expected effect will be very small.

6 7 In the previous parallel with ecological systems this would correspond for instance to populations of rabbits and trout. This, however, is a fairly trivial example in the sense that the two species do not interact because their habitats are completely different. A more relevant example would be two populations of ants (either of the same or of different species) which establish different non-interacting nests. It may be observed that immiscibility is never total. Even two liquids such as hexane and water, which are said to be “immiscible”, are in fact miscible in very small proportions.

6 Although this reasoning is fairly clear it remains rather qualitative. 7 For ternary solutions the picture may be even more complicated. For instance, glycerol and acetone are almost immiscible, but if a sufficiently large quantity of water is added all three components become miscible. Water acts as a facilitator for the mixing of glycerol and acetone. 6 7 In the previous parallel with ecological systems this would correspond for instance to populations of rabbits and trout. This, however, is a fairly trivial example in the sense that the two species do not interact because their habitats are completely different.

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