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Theodore E. Luzzi
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 10 / Number 2 / September 1986 / Pages 290-291
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Radiolytic corrosion has been a concern in the fusion community for some time. The relevant physical processes are reviewed from previous work in the fission field. It is shown that in water-cooled heat sink elements infusion reactors the corrosive process can be suppressed by the introduction of a small amount of dissolved hydrogen.
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