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“…* can be determined according to Ref. [9], and 0 is set to 0.009 in the computation based on the measurement [15] in both cases. All the case-dependent coefficients used in the simulations are reported in Table 2.…”
Section: Model Validation For Hydrogen Desorptionmentioning
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“…* can be determined according to Ref. [9], and 0 is set to 0.009 in the computation based on the measurement [15] in both cases. All the case-dependent coefficients used in the simulations are reported in Table 2.…”
Section: Model Validation For Hydrogen Desorptionmentioning
“…Recently, extensive research has been devoted to developing and optimizing metal-based nanomaterials for high-speed, high-capacity, reversible hydrogen storage applications (e. g., Huot et al (1999); Li et al (2007)). For some nanomaterials, particularly nanofilms, Li and Cheng (1996) and Hagi (1990) showed that these diffusivities may decrease by two to four orders of magnitude.…”
Section: Hydrogen Diffusion In Palladium Nanofilmsmentioning