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Temperature programmed desorption is a typical non-isothermal method and therefore it needs a careful experimentation and a careful evaluation of the experimental data, in order to obtain meaningful kinetic parameters.

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The process of desorption of a gas from a catalyst surface, especially when temperature-programmed, can be affected by the occurrence of other chemical or physical processes.

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The interactions of propylene with zinc oxide have been studied by temperature-programmed desorption (TPD) under experimental conditions free of inter- or intraparticle limitations or readsorption phenomena.

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The kinetics of the thermal dehydration of various kinds of BaCl2 · 2H2O and of BaCl2 · H2O are investigated using a differential scanning calorimeter. The loss of H2O proceeds in two steps: BaCl2 · 2H2O→BaCl2 · H2O→BaCl2 and is therefore revealed by two endothermic peaks.

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