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The activation energy of the adsorption step is rather high, as it is, for instance, in the case of adsorption on the seminoble metal copper (see Section 111,A, 3). This is in strong contrast with the behavior of the less noble metals. On Ni, for instance, E,, is found to be much smaller than 5 kcal/mole (see Section 111, A, 7 ) . This difference in behavior between noble and base metals will be further dealt with in the final discussion. I n the zero-order pressure region only some measurements by Schwab (28)are on hand.
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