Soviet Atomic Energy

, Volume 60, Issue 5, pp 428–430 | Cite as

Composition of the gas in the blisters which develop when a hydrogen or deuterium plasma acts upon austenitic steels

  • A. G. Zholnin
  • A. G. Zaluzhnyi
  • B. A. Kalin
  • V. I. Pol'skii
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Hydrogen Deuterium Austenitic Steel Deuterium Plasma 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. G. Zholnin
  • A. G. Zaluzhnyi
  • B. A. Kalin
  • V. I. Pol'skii

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