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The treatment given above is based on the assumption that no remanence is ever present, or, to express it another way, that thermal equilibrium is established in a time short compared with the duration of the measurements. This assumption is often justifiable at room temperature and above, but it is never justifiable in any catalyst sample thus far studied at very low temperature. The reasons for this have an important bearing on our over-all problem. They will be discussed in the next section.