Thermogravimetric data were used to calculate the kinetics of isothermal degradation of layered tetratitanate intercalated
with n-alkyldiamines H2N(CH2)nNH2 (n=2, 3, 4, 6 or 8). The hydrous matrix showed two mass loss steps from the thermogravimetric curve, corresponding to the release
of physisorbed and lattice water molecules. For the intercalated matrices a third mass loss was observed due to the release
of organic moiety. From these values, the amine intercalated matrices can be ordered in the following sequence of thermal
stability; C4>C2>C3≅C6>C8. Kinetic studies were carried out to the release of lattice water molecules. The kinetic model that
best adjusted the experimental isothermal TG data was the diffusion mechanism controlling process.