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Hydrogen Induced Intergranular Cracking of Nickel-Base Alloys.
Final technical rept.,
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This final report is intended to summarize the activities pursued during the course of a program directed toward an evaluation of the susceptibility of nickel and nickel-base alloys to embrittlement by cathodically produced hydrogen. The transport of hydrogen by lattice and grain boundary diffusion, as well as by mobile dislocations, has been examined. Author
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