Measurements of the Magnetization of Activated FeTi
We have measured the magnetization of activated FeTi samples from room temperature to 800°C. The magnetization measurements, together with structural information from diffraction experiments, indicate that metallic iron is not formed in the activation process and, apparently, is not responsible for observed increases in the hydrogen absorption rate of FeTi after activation treatment.
KeywordsMetallic Iron Metal Hydride Iron Cluster Temperature Dependent Magnetization Electron Diffraction Technique
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