Czechoslovak Journal of Physics B

, Volume 20, Issue 12, pp 1319–1324 | Cite as

Equipment for continuous measurement of cathodic hydrogen diffusion through metal membranes

  • A. Kufudakis


An equipment is described which enables to measure sensitively and during long time the quantity of hydrogen diffusion through a metal sample saturated electrolytically under defined conditions of current density, temperature, and stirring while the electrodes potentials, voltage etc. are measured simultaneously.

The arrangement makes possible to transfer the measuring equipment with the sample from one used solution into another in 2 sec which enables to apply different electrochemical processing of the sample surface.

Some examples of applications of the equipment for measurement of hydrogen diffusion in nickel are presented.


Hydrogen Nickel Sample Surface Continuous Measurement Electrode Potential 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Kufudakis
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Solid State PhysicsCzechosl. Acad. Sci., PraguePraha 6Czechoslovakia

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