Review paper

Direct observation of individual hydrogen atoms at trapping sites in a ferritic steel

Science56.90
Volume: 355, Issue: 6330, Pages: 1196 - 1199
Published: Mar 17, 2017
Abstract
Heavy hydrogen gets frozen in place Hydrogen embrittlement contributes to the failure of steel in a wide variety of everyday applications. Various strategies to mitigate hydrogen embrittlement, such as adding carbides into the steel, are hard to validate because we are unable to map the hydrogen atoms. Chen et al. combined fluxing steel samples with deuterium and a cryogenic transfer protocol to minimize hydrogen diffusion, allowing for detailed...
Paper Details
Title
Direct observation of individual hydrogen atoms at trapping sites in a ferritic steel
Published Date
Mar 17, 2017
Journal
Volume
355
Issue
6330
Pages
1196 - 1199
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