volume 105, issue 2, PK129-K133 1981
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.2221050256
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Abstract: The diffusion of hydrogen in metals has been of considerable interest during the last ten years /l/. In addition to the macroscopic methods of investigation (e.g.the Gorsky effect /2/) which yield the macroscopic diffusion constant D, there are a number of microscopic methods /l/, such as neutron scattering, Mossbauer effect, proton NMR, and, as a somewhat "exotic" method, the nuclear acoustic resonance (NAR) /3/. These microscopic methods permit the direct study of the mean time-of-stay % on an interstitial …

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