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continuity of the thermodesorption process and monotonic changes of adsorption layer properties depends on the distance of liquid molecules from the surface. A few distinct peaks of water indicate the presence of water molecules on the surface in different

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mixtures of methanol with the examined alkanediols, the curves of Δ sol H ∞ (NaI) = f (x 2 ) run monotonically, with no extremum, within the methanol-rich range, and the slope of curves for the series of 1,2-alkanediols regularly increases with the

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bound water from the ST 50 and ST 70 samples proceeds at lower temperatures and the inflection point occurs at 110 °C ( Fig. 2 ). The other part of the water desorbs monotonically without visible stages pointing to a quick process. However, in the case

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