Hydrogen Permeation Properties of Pd-Coated Ni37.5Nb27.5Zr25Co5Ta5 Amorphous Membrane
The hydrogen permeation properties of the Pd-coated Ni37.5Nb27.5Zr25Co5Ta5 amorphous membranes have been investigated at 673 and 723K for 720 hours (1 month). Values of the hydrogen permeability during these long term tests were found to be reduced of about 50 and 30 % at 673 and 723K, respectively. The reduction in the hydrogen permeability could be correlated to the change in the composition of the coating as well as at the interface between Pd coating and Ni-based amorphous membrane.
Jian-Feng Nie and Allan Morton
H. S. Chin et al., "Hydrogen Permeation Properties of Pd-Coated Ni37.5Nb27.5Zr25Co5Ta5 Amorphous Membrane", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 654-656, pp. 2823-2826, 2010