Concerning Adsorbed and Absorbed Hydrogen on and in Ferrous Metals
Fe specimens containing 0.2% carbon were chosen to minimize DH and maximize cH. 0.4 M H2SO4 solutions were used. Additives were napthanitrile, napthalene, benzonitrile, H2S, Na2H2PO4.
KeywordsHydrogen Evolution Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Exchange Current Density Energy Site
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