About this book
Hydrogen in Metals III is the fifth book in the series Topics in Applied Physics that discusses properties of metal-hydrogen systems. It considers results of both basic and application-oriented research, focusing on fields where recent progress was significant or where previous comprehensive reviews do not exist. The topics of the new volume are: the theoretical and the experimental status of hydrogen diffusion; nuclear magnetic resonance; neutron scattering; material problems caused by the hydrogen; application of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage and purification, for chemical engines, for hydrogen sensors, and for batteries and fuel cells.
lattice dynamics and crystal statistics transport proberties of cond. matter and electrochemistry applied physics chemistry crystal diffusion hydrogen lattice dynamics neutron diffraction scattering