The characteristics of the heat of adsorption from a slit pore model of carbon are presented. This is shown to have a few key features that are always present, regardless of the pore size distribution used, as long as there is a reasonable range of pore sizes considered. The adsorption in a slit pore model is compared against the adsorption for a defected pore model. The isotherms of the defected pore model are qualitatively different from those of the slit pore and similar to those of amorphous carbon models presented in the literature. The heat of adsorption of the defected pore model is qualitatively different from the slit pore model, and its behavior falls between those of the slit pore model and the amorphous carbon models in the literature.