The thickness of non-freezing interfacial 1-decanol molecules has been estimated to be 1.44 ± 0.07 nm. This is smaller than what is estimated for cyclohexane, 2.25 ± 0.14nm. Furthermore, these interfacial molecules have higher density than corresponding bulk cyclohexane and 1-decanol, respectively. However, the change in density of the interfacial molecules is more significant in the case of cyclohexane than 1-decanol. This suggests that the cyclohexane molecules near the walls of the pore are more tightly packed than 1-decanol molecules. Presumably, this is due to the difference in size and shape of the molecules. Cyclohexane, a more spherical molecule, can easily be packed in smaller pores than the longer 1-decanol.