On Molecular Orientability on a Fine Porous Surface
It is well known that molecules on a surface or near it can take a definite orientation. Their orientability degree depends, in the first place, on the value of their dipole moment. The advent of fine-pored materials with developed surfaces and strict pore regularity, transparent in the visible and IR wavelength ranges, allows for the observation of effects based on adsorbate molecules’ orientability in regard to the whole porous sample .
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