High Pressure Studies of Palladium Alloy/Hydrogen Systems
At relatively low pressures the only chemical result of an interaction between hydrogen and several of the transition metals is for comparatively small quantities of hydrogen to be adsorbed by the metal. In addition to occupying a limited number of interstitial positions in the metal lattice, this adsorbed hydrogen can also be preferentially located on the internal surfaces of voids, or on less grossly defective regions such as dislocation networks where it can produce mechanically undesirable effects.
KeywordsHydrogen Content Hydrogen Pressure Hydrogen Adsorption Platinum Content Platinum Alloy
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