Dehydration of desmine
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A new mechanism is proposed for the dehydration of desmine, according to which dissociation of some of the water molecules coordinated with the calcium cations occurs to form hydroxyls after a certain stage.
It has been established that the processes of hydroxyl formation and dehydroxylation are the reasons for the irreversible deformation and the subsequent amorphization of desmine.
KeywordsCalcium Hydroxyl Water Molecule Dehydration Hydroxyl Formation
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