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71 In this case, the XRD pattern of V205disappeared after calcination and the s h q Raman band characteristic of V205 at 997 cm-’ was replaced by a broad feature between 960 and 1030cm”. These results were interpreted in terms of formation of V0,-species being chemically anchored to the A120, surface which necessarily required a monolayertype dispersion. A structure assignment could not be given for these materials. The results of Honicke and coworkers seem to indicate that the presence or absence of water vapor strongly affects the spreading process in this Regarding the chemical transformation of V205 with formation of surface vanadate species in the presence of water vapor, it is most likely that oxyhydroxide species play an important role as intermediates as they do in the case of MOO, transformations (vide supra).