Perspectives in Hydrogen in Metals

Perspectives in Hydrogen in Metals

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Perspectives in Hydrogen in Metals: Collected Papers on the Effect of Hydrogen on the Properties of Metals and Alloys discusses the advancement in the understanding of the effects of hydrogen on the physical and mechanical properties of metals and alloys. The title first covers solubility and other thermodynamic properties, and then proceeds to tackling diffusivity. Next, the selection discusses the trapping of hydrogen by defects and hydride formation. The text also talks about hydrogen in amorphous metals, along with the effect of hydrogen on plastic deformation. The last chapter covers hydrogen embrittlement. The book will be of great use chemists, metallurgists, and materials engineers.Collected Papers on the Effect of Hydrogen on the Properties of Metals and Alloys M. F. Ashby, J. P. Hirth ... In addition, the diagram shows that the presence of an oxygen adlayer on the surface drastically decreases the coverage of ... In the intermediate region (300 K s Ta#39;s 390 K) a single relationship describes the dependence of x on T and on pH, between ... hydrogen atoms act directly at the tip and are mainly supplied by surface diffusion from adjacent parts of the fracture surface.

Title:Perspectives in Hydrogen in Metals
Author: M. F. Ashby, J. P. Hirth
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22

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