Effective valence of tritium in the alpha phase of niobium

Kenichi Hashizume, Katsuhiko Fujii, Masayasu Sugisaki

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    Abstract

    The effective valence Z* of tritium and protium dissolved in niobium was measured by a steady-state electromigration experiment in a temperature region from 379 K to 521 K. A new experimental technique using an isotope mixture of tritium and protium was adopted to discriminate a comparatively small mass dependence of effective valence. The trend Z*(T)>Z*(H) of isotope dependence was confirmed.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1179-1181
    Number of pages3
    JournalFusion Technology
    Volume28
    Issue number3 pt 2
    Publication statusPublished - Oct 1995

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    Niobium
    light water
    Tritium
    tritium
    niobium
    Isotopes
    isotopes
    valence
    Electromigration
    electromigration
    trends
    Experiments
    Temperature
    temperature

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    Hashizume, K., Fujii, K., & Sugisaki, M. (1995). Effective valence of tritium in the alpha phase of niobium. Fusion Technology, 28(3 pt 2), 1179-1181.

    Effective valence of tritium in the alpha phase of niobium. / Hashizume, Kenichi; Fujii, Katsuhiko; Sugisaki, Masayasu.

    In: Fusion Technology, Vol. 28, No. 3 pt 2, 10.1995, p. 1179-1181.

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    Hashizume, K, Fujii, K & Sugisaki, M 1995, 'Effective valence of tritium in the alpha phase of niobium', Fusion Technology, vol. 28, no. 3 pt 2, pp. 1179-1181.
    Hashizume, Kenichi ; Fujii, Katsuhiko ; Sugisaki, Masayasu. / Effective valence of tritium in the alpha phase of niobium. In: Fusion Technology. 1995 ; Vol. 28, No. 3 pt 2. pp. 1179-1181.
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