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Rehydration of heated powders for 3–56 days brought about a gradual increase in s0 . A few examples of different phase transformations induced in the same initial material by calcination at various temperatures are presented in Chapter 3. 9 KINETICS In principle, kinetics is beyond the scope of the present book, which presents and discusses results obtained under pseudo-equilibrium conditions. However, some information about the kinetics of processes relevant to surface protonation is necessary to properly design pseudo-equilibrium experiments and to understand the significance of their results.
The PZC is defined as the conditions at which the surface charge density equals zero; for metal oxides and related materials, it is determined by potentiometric titration or by related methods as the point at which the apparent surface charge density determined in the presence of an inert electrolyte is independent of ionic strength. Zero net surface charge density does not imply the absence of any charges, but rather the presence of equal amounts of positive and negative charge. The IEP is defined as the conditions at which the electrokinetic charge density and thus the electrokinetic (z) potential equals zero; it is determined by electrokinetic methods (see  for measurement and interpretation of electrokinetic phenomena).
Results obtained in experimental systems designed in this way often fit theoretical equations corresponding to certain transport models. Certainly, the fact that the results match a model calculation does not imply that the model is physically correct. Several kinetic studies reported in the literature disobey the above rules; that is, the volume of the samples withdrawn during the kinetic experiment is comparable to the volume of the system. Results of such kinetic experiments may be still interesting, but they are unlikely to fit any theoretical equation that assumes that the system tends to the same equilibrium state during the entire experiment.