Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of the Role of Alloying on the Behavior of Hydrogen in Metals.
Final scientific rept. 1 May 72-30 Apr 74,
UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV BEERSHEVA (ISRAEL) DEPT OF PHYSICS
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In this study, nuclear magnetic resonance NMR measurements were carried out on the Ti-H system in order to contribute to an understanding of the electronic structure and physical properties of this transition metal hydride. The nuclear spin-lattice relaxation time of hydrogen in titanium hydride was measured as a function of temperature and hydrogen concentration in a temperature region where the primary relaxation mechanism is due to the conduction electrons. A phenomenological model of the electronic structure of the Ti-H system and the role of hydrogen was formulated in order to explain the data and to correlate physical properties of the metal hydride with the proposed model.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys