Hydrogen Diffusion and Electronic Structure in Crystalline and Amorphous TiyCuHx
Hydrogen diffusion behavior and electronic properties of crystalline TiCuH0.94, Ti2CuH1.90, and Ti2CuH2.63 and amorphous a-TiCuH1.4 are studied using proton relaxation times, proton Knight shifts, and magnetic susceptibilities. Crystal structure and hydrogen site occupancy have major roles in hydrogen mobility. The density of electron states at EF is reduced in amorphous a-TiCuH1.4 compared to the crystalline hydrides.
KeywordsMagnetic Susceptibility Hydrogen Diffusion Brookhaven National Laboratory Hydrogen Mobility Proton Relaxation Time
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