Effect of Hydrogen-Phase Cold-Work Hardening on the Palladium-Hydride Dehydrogenation Kinetics
M. V. Goltsova
Belarusian National Technical University, 65 Nezavisimosty Ave., 220013, Minsk, Republic of Belarus
Received: 16.02.2017; final version - 01.03.2017. Download: PDF
Samples of PdH$_x$ with different degrees of hydrogen-phase cold-work hardening are fabricated by palladium hydrogenation from gaseous phase. Experimental investigations of the samples’ degassing kinetics during exposure at air are performed. As determined, the degassing rate decreases with increasing of degree of hydrogen-phase cold-work hardening. At some limit degree of hydrogen-phase cold-work hardening, palladium hydride becomes stable, and hydrogen degassing is completely suppressed.
Key words: palladium, hydrogen, hydrogen-phase cold-work hardening, kinetics of degassing.
PACS: 61.72.S-, 62.20.F-, 64.70.kd, 66.30.J-, 67.63.-r, 81.40.Ef, 88.30.rd
Citation: M. V. Goltsova, Effect of Hydrogen-Phase Cold-Work Hardening on the Palladium-Hydride Dehydrogenation Kinetics, Metallofiz. Noveishie Tekhnol., 39, No. 4: 465—475 (2017) (in Russian)