Nuclear Reaction Analysis of Hydrogen in Metals.
Final rept. Jan 82-Sep 85,
STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY DEPT OF PHYSICS
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Research accomplishments of a contract to utilize nuclear reaction analysis to study hydrogen in materials are summarized. These include development of new techniques high sensitivity, non-vacuum, Doppler spectroscopy, superlattice..., the application of these techniques to study stress and electric current effects on hydrogen distribution in metals and the application of these methods to a variety of new materials. The papers prepared under this contract can be grouped under four headings I Development of new techniques for study of hydrogen in materials, II Studies of how macroscopic variables stress and electric currents effect the distribution of hydrogen in metals, III Studies of the effects of hydrogen in various new thin film materials, and IV Reviews.
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