Home / Store / Journals / Electronic Articles / Nuclear Technology / Volume 29 / Number 3
K. L. Wilson, G. J. Thomas, W. Bauer
Volume 29 / Number 3 / June 1976 / Pages 322-326
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Hydrogen gas re-emission and scanning electron microscopy measurements were conducted on a series of cold-worked Types 316 and 302 stain-less-steel specimens implanted with 20-keV protons at temperatures from 100 to 605 K. Two mechanisms of hydrogen release were observed by a dose of 5 × 1018 H+/cm2, while at higher temperatures there was a rapid hydrogen evolution without any extensive surface deformation.
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