Determination of hydrogen in titanium alloys by cold neutron prompt gamma activation analysis
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- Paul, R.L., Lindstrom, R.M., Greenberg, R.R. et al. MMTA (1996) 27: 3682. doi:10.1007/BF02595460
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Cold neutron prompt gamma-ray activation analysis (CNPGAA) has proven useful for the analysis of hydrogen in titanium alloys. The analysis is nondestructive, measures the entire sample, and the results are independent of the chemical form of hydrogen present. We have used the technique to measure H mass fractions as low as 50 mg/kg in titanium-alloy jet-engine compressor blades and to measure hydrogen in standards for neutron tomography.