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Plasma-stimulated penetrability of hydrogen as a tool for studying phase transitions at grain boundaries
A. A. Skovoroda, A. V. Spitsyn
Russian Research Centre "Kurchatov Institute"
It is well known that the diffusion of hydrogen atoms through the intrinsic defects of a crystal lattice has characteristics different from those of bulk diffusion and, at certain parameters for some polycrystalline metals, ensures the determining contribution to the transfer of hydrogen atoms through the material. Grain boundaries (and dislocations) are the most important and shortest paths, the diffusion through which is much faster than bulk diffusion through a crystal lattice. It is particularly important to take into account this diffusion in materials with grains having sizes of about several nanometers. The possibility of using the method of the plasma-stimulated penetrability of hydrogen to analyze phase transitions at the grain boundaries is demonstrated on the example of polycrystalline niobium foils. In contrast to the existing methods, this method proposed for studying grain-boundary diffusion and phase transitions is simple and ensures control over the surface. The temperature characteristics of the diffusion of hydrogen atoms through niobium grain boundaries have been measured.
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Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics Letters, 2009, 89:10, 496–499
52.40.Hf, 61.72.Mm, 66.30.-h, 68.35.Rh
A. A. Skovoroda, A. V. Spitsyn, “Plasma-stimulated penetrability of hydrogen as a tool for studying phase transitions at grain boundaries”, Pis'ma v Zh. Èksper. Teoret. Fiz., 89:10 (2009), 589–592; JETP Letters, 89:10 (2009), 496–499
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