Nuclear magnetic resonance methods were used to investigate the diffusion of H in ZrHx specimens which had been obtained by the hydrogenation of iodide-Zr (table 194).

E.F.Khodosov: Fizika Metallov i Metallovedenie, 1970, 29[2], 415-8

 

 

 

Table 194

Parameters for H Diffusion ZrHx at 20 to 200C

 

x

Do (cm2/s)

E (kcal/mol)

1.92

1 x 10-7

12.3

1.85

2 x 10-7

11.9

1.76

3 x 10-7

11.5

1.58

1 x 10-7

10

1.56

1 x 10-7

10

1.53

1 x 10-7

9.9