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/mol, and all the points follow a linear tendency (see Fig. 4 ). The Ozawa’s method [ 26 ] also has a satisfactory linear tendency (see Fig. 5 ) and leads 165 ± 6 kJ/mol of activation energy. The Ozawa method used in the manuscript refers to the
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