Study of implanted nickel hydride via resistivity and hyperfine interaction experiments View Full Text


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1981-04

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L. Thomé, A. Traverse, L. Brossard, H. Bernas

ABSTRACT

We have shown that, in contrast to what is observed when hydrogen is diffused into Ni (formation of a two-phased alloy up to a saturation concentration x∼0.70), a unique supersaturated α-phase is formed by low-temperature H implantation up to x=1.0. The magnetism of this phase decreases linearly and reaches zero at x=(0.83±0.10), as predicted by recent band structure calculations and as also found in the case of a diffused alloy.By combining the HFI experiments with resistivity experiments, we followed the evolution of a Ni H1.0 implanted alloy with temperature up to H desorption. A sharp drop in the resistivity curve around 150 K, correlated with the appearance of a fraction of111In in pure magnetic sites, showed that the supersaturated α-phase is no longer stable at this temperature. Part of the hydrogen (∼15%) may precipitate or desorb out of the sample.Finally, we note that the HFI probe technique used here is only appropriate in systems where the probe impurity does not interact with the implanted ions. More... »

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559-562

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1977-01. Damage studies on the system in HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS
  • 1961-08. Über den Einfluß elektrolytischer Wasserstoffbeladung auf die Magnetisierung von Nickel in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
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