Measurement of the solubility of hydrogen in solid magnesium Authors
Received: 25 February 1975 DOI:
Cite this article as: Popovic, Z.D. & Piercy, G.R. MTA (1975) 6: 1915. doi:10.1007/BF02646856
The solubility of hydrogen in magnesium was measured by a direct volume displacement method during absorption at temperatures between 676 K and 876 K, and pressures between 6.6 and 101 MPa. The solubility followed Sievert’s law and gave a heat of solution of 24,400 ± 1200 J/1/2 mole H
Supported by the National Research Council of Canada.
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