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Reply to “Comment on ‘Investigating hydrogen dependence of dynamics of confined water: Monolayer, hydration water and Maxwell-Wagner processes’ [J. Chem. Phys. 133, 037101 (2010)]”
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12.Regarding the nonmonotonic behavior in hydrated faujasite molecular sieves. As we have never studied this system we cannot comment on where and how water resides within the structure. From Ref. 10, a decrease of the weight is noticed in the experimental temperature range. A change in water content will change the permittivity and conductivity within different regions of the material and thus change the properties of a possible MW process.
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