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We adopt this convention in order to simplify the thermodynamic treatment. Similarly, we assume that the area of the Gibbs dividing surface is equal to the constant surface area of the adsorbent. We must not forget that we have made these simplifying assumptions when we come to interpret experimental data - especially if there is any indication of low pressure hysteresis. With the assumption of an inert adsorbent, we may consider the physisorption process as a simple phase change of the adsorptive from the gaseous state to an adsorbed state on the surface A of the adsorbent.
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