Calorimetric Study of the Hydrogen Interaction with Ce6Ni1.67Si3


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In the present work at the first time the hydrogen interaction with Ce6Ni1.67Si3 at pressure up to 45 atm and temperature 51˚C has been investigated by means of the calorimetric method. The ΔHabs. – C dependence (ΔHabs. –the partial molar enthalpy of the reaction of the hydrogen interaction with IMC, C – hydrogen concentration, C=H/IMC) was obtained.



Solid State Phenomena (Volume 194)

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Yuriy Verbovytskyy and António Pereira Gonçalves




E.Y. Anikina et al., "Calorimetric Study of the Hydrogen Interaction with Ce6Ni1.67Si3", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 194, pp. 226-231, 2013

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November 2012




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