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Electronic structure and properties of hydrogen in metals

Electronic structure and properties of hydrogen in metals

Author: P Jena; C B Satterthwaite; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
Publisher: New York : Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division [by] Plenum Press, ©1983.
Series: NATO conference series., VI,, Materials science ;, v. 6.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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NATO International Symposium on the Electronic Structure and Properties of Hydrogen in Metals (1982 : Richmond, Va.).
Electronic structure and properties of hydrogen in metals.
New York : Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division [by] Plenum Press, ©1983
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P Jena; C B Satterthwaite; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
ISBN: 030641130X 9780306411304
OCLC Number: 8764644
Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO International Symposium on the Electronic Structure and Properties of Hydrogen in Metals, held March 4-6, 1982, in Richmond, Virginia"--Verso title page.
Description: xv, 698 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Phase Diagrams, Spinodals, and Thermodesorption.- Metal-Hydrogen Phase Diagrams.- A Review of the Statistical Theory of the Phase-Change Behavior of Hydrogen in Metals.- Spinodals and Spinodal Mechanisms in M-H Systems.- What is the Relevance of Thermal Fluctuations for the Spinodal Decomposition in a Coherent Metal-Hydrogen System?.- Enthalpy of Metal-Hydrogen Systems: A Pair-Bond Model.- Thermal Desorption Spectra of PdHx System (0 of Dilute Hydrogen in Pure and Defected Metals.- Structure and Phase Transitions in V2D and V2H.- Hydrogen Vibrations in Nickel Hydride.- Localized Vibrations of H in Nb and Ta at High Concentration and Low Temperatures.- Tetrahedral and Octahedral Site Occupancy and Optic Mode Vibrations of Hydrogen in Yttrium.- Influence of Substitutional and Interstitial Impurities on Local Hydrogen Modes in Nb.- Quasielastic Neutron Scattering in Metal Hydrides: Effects of the Quantum Mechanical Motion of Interstitial Hydrogen Atoms.- A Study of Hydrogen Site Occupation in the Yttrium-Hydrogen Solid Solution Phase Using Inelastic Neutron Scattering.- Neutron Scattering Studies of the Low Temperature Transition in ?' PdD.- Properties of Vanadium-Alloy Dihydrides.- Temperature Dependence of Intrinsic Disorder in LaHx and YHx.- Electronic Structure.- Electronic Structure of Metal Hydrides: A Review of Experimental and Theoretical Progress.- The Electronic Structure of PdHxStudied with Photoemission and Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy.- XPS/UPS Study of the Electronic Structure of PdH0.6.- Electronic Structure of Metal Hydrides and Deuterides from de Haas van Alphen Measurements.- Electronic Structure of Non-Stoichiometric Transition Metal Hydrides.- A Simple Tight Binding Description of the Electronic Structure of a Single and a Pair of Hydrogen Atoms in fcc Transition Metals.- Theoretical Studies of Dilute Hydrogen Impurities in Palladium.- Electronic Structure of Interstitial Hydrogen in Aluminum.- Calculation of the Ground State Energy of Hydrogen at Interstitial Sites in a Lithium Cluster.- Parametrization of the Self-consistently Calculated Electronic Densities Around a Proton in Jellium.- Electronic Structure of Vanadium-Hydrogen Clusters.- Superconductivity.- Superconductivity in Metal-Hydrogen Systems.- Superconductivity in Metal Hyrides.- Effect of Structural Phase Transitions on the Superconductivity of PdHx(Dx).- Superconductivity and Hydrogen Depth Profiles in Electrolytically Charged Cu-Implanted Pd.- Superconducting Tunneling into Pd-Ni-D Alloys.- Resistivity and Electron-Phonon Coupling in Palladium Alloy Hydrides.- Superconductivity of Pd-Hx and its Connection with the Phase Diagram.- Magnetic Properties.- Magnetism of Mn, Fe, Co Impurities in PdHx as a Function of Hydrogen Concentration; Relation with the Electronic Structure of the Host.- The Magnetic Properties of GdxY6?xFe23 (x=0,1,2,3) Compounds and Their Hyrides.- Measurements of the Magnetization of Activated FeTi.- Jahn-Teller Resonance States in the Vb Metal Hydrides.- Hydrogenation Entropies of the ZrMn2+y System.- Hyperfine Interaction.- On the Electronic Structure of Hydrogen in Metals in the Light of Muon Knight Shift Measurements.- Anomalous Muon Knight Shift Behavior in a Cd Single Crystal.- The Hyperfine Field of the Positive Muons in the Ferromagnetic Transition Metals.- Hyperfine Field of Positive Muons Trapped at Monovacancies in Iron.- Pulsed ?SR Studies on ?+ in Metals.- Magnetic Susceptibility and Proton NMR Study of TiCr1.8Hx.- Proton NMR Studies of the Electronic Structure of ZrHx.- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Hydrogen in CeHx for x>2.- Diffusion.- Use of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Observe Diffusion of Hydrogen in Metals.- Diffusion of Hydrogen in Vanadium-Based Bcc Alloys.- The Effect of Magnetic Impurities on the Apparent Diffusion Coefficient of Hydrogen in Metal Hydrides Deduced from NMR.- NMR Studies of Hydrogen Diffusion in Palladium and ?-LaNi5 Hydrides.- Hydrogen Diffusion and Electronic Structure in Crystalline and Amorphous TiyCuHx.- Local Diffusion and Tunnelling of Trapped Hydrogen in Metals.- Extracting Maximal Information on Positive Muon Diffusion in Metals.- Effects of Impurities on the Diffusion of Positive Muons in Niobium.- Muon Diffusion in Noble Metals.- Diffusion of Positive Muons in Aluminum and Aluminum-Based Alloys.- Anomalous Behavior of Diffusion Coefficients of Hydrogen and Deuterium in High Content Palladium Hydride and Deuteride.- Proton Jump Rates in Palladium-Hydride 50-100K.- Theory of the Diffusion of Hydrogen in Metals.- Simple Small Polaron Model for the Hydrogen Concentration Dependence of Hydrogen Diffusion in Nb.- Transport Behavior of Dense Protons in a Slab.- Analysis of Hydrogen Permeation Experiments in 403 Stainless Steel.- Thermopower of ?-Phase PdHy.- Interaction with Defects, Chemisorption.- Direct Evidence for Interstitial and Vacancy-Associated Hydrogen Trapping Near Impurity Atoms in F. C. C. Metals.- Interaction of Hydrogen with Substitutional Solute Metals in the ?-Phase of the Palladium-Hydrogen System.- Deuterium Desorption and Host Interstitial Clustering in d-Irradiated Ni.- Trapping by Dislocations in ?'-PdDx Observed by NMR.- Positive PI-Mesons and Positive Muons as Light Isotopes of Hydrogen.- Behavior of Positive Muons Implanted in Iron Alloys.- Hydrogen Traps in Cold-Worked Palladium.- Influence of Hydrogen on the Direction of Crack Propagation in Iron Using Computer Simulation.- Theory of Hydrogen Chemisorption on Ferromagnetic Transition Metals.- Hydrogen Chemisorption on Closed-Packed Surfaces.- Magnetic Susceptibility, Proton NMR, and Muon Spin Rotation (?SR) Studies of an Unsupported Platinum Catalyst with Absorbed H and O.- Influence of Interstitial Hydrogen on Temperature Dependence of Electrical Resistance of Disordered Ni-Mn Alloys.- Hydrogen Absorption and Critical Point Lowering in Thin PdHx Films.- Summary.- Hydrogen in Metals 1982.- Participants.
Series Title: NATO conference series., VI,, Materials science ;, v. 6.
Responsibility: edited by P. Jena and C.B. Satterthwaite.


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