Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto.
|Contributions||Manchester, F. D. (supervisor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Pd is selected for this study because its separation factor is higher than other metals (U, Ti, V, etc.) at ambient temperature (2). A number of experimental findings have been reported in the. Even though important isotope effects are present in some of the properties of metal hydrogen systems, the basic properties (phase diagrams, structures, etc.) are in general not greatly affected by substituting deuterons for the protons in a metal lattice. niobium-hydrogen and palladium-hydrogen are discussed in all three sections, and Cited by: 5. In this paper, an overview on thermodynamic aspects related to hydrogen-metal systems in non-ideal conditions is provided, aiming at systematically merging and analyzing information achieved from several different studies present in the open literature. In particular, the relationships among inner morphology, dissolved hydrogen and internal stresses are discussed in detail, putting in evidence Cited by: 4. Even if the interest toward hydrogen selective membranes working at high temperature is extremely () Phase diagram and thermodynamic behaviour of the palladium-hydrogen and of the palladium-deuterium system at normal temperature; H/D separation effect. Some properties of the metallic state I—metallic hydrogen and its alloys. Proc Cited by: 5.
For some, the reason was technical (e.g., poor resistance measurement or varying experiment condition). In some cases, the 33 mA cm − 2 rest was not observed, or not well observed, so the normalization used to plot the data in Fig. 7, Fig. 8, Fig. 9 was not possible. In some case, the ramp rate was changed thus preventing good data comparison Author: Michael C.H. McKubre. Some thermodynamic and material properties of the palladium-hydrogen system are reviewed. Emphasis is placed on the former properties because they may be of particular relevance to the excess heat production found in recent electrolysis experiments involving Size: 6MB. Rather, the book is a series of critical reviews of topics in electrochemical science associated with Martin Fleischmann but remaining important today. The authors are all scientists with outstanding international reputations who have made their own contribution to their topic; most have also worked with Martin Fleischmann and benefitted from. Full text of "USPTO Patents Application " See other formats Receipt date: 01/25/ - GAU: & x B Substitute for form A/PTO Vj. ^ INFORMATION DISCLOSURE CTATCUCKIT DV A DDI IPAMT olAlblVlbiMI bi ArrLIOAN 1 (use as many sheets as necessary) Complete if Known Application Number 10/, Filing Date 07/03/ First Named Inventor Mills .
Full text of "New Energy Times Archives NSF-EPRI Workshop" See other formats. Dufour, et. al. “Interaction of Palladium/Hydrogen and ium to Measure the Excess Energy Per Atom for Each Isotope.” Fusion Technology, vol. 32, Mar. , pp. Durr, et. al. “Origin of quantum-mechanical complementarity probed by a ‘which-way’ experiment in an atom interferometer.”. Wieland S, Melin T, Lamm A () Membrane reactors for hydrogen production. Chem Eng Sci – Valenti G, Macchi F () Proposal of an innovative, high efficiency, large-scale hydrogen liquefier. Celani et al. / Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science 6 () 24–33 31 Some authors have interpreted this behaviour as an evidence of some kind of confinement of Deuterium inside Palladium due to the voltage drop along the thin and long Pd Wire (according to the Preparata Model).