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1 Introduction When considering the concept of sorption kinetics in a porous solid, it should be noted that in this process, we deal with two phenomena: transport of gas into the interior of the porous substance and settling of gas molecules on the surface or within the volume of a solid. Furthermore, in this paper, sorption is understood as all phenomena associated with adsorption or desorption of gas on the surface of a solid. Adsorption is understood as the concentration of a substance on the surface or in the pore volume of a solid due to attracting surface

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