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ADSORPTION AND ABSORPTION OF DIATOMIC GASES BY ZIRCONIUM - STUDIES OF THE DISSOCIATION AND DIFFUSION OF CO, NO, N-2, O-2 AND D-2

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The adsorption of D2, CO, N2, NO and O2 on polycrystalline Zr has been studied at 300 K. The behaviour of D2 differs in every respect from that of the other gases: continuous absorption occurs at 300 K apparently with some charge transfer to the metal from the deuterium. Work function, electron impact, Auger, and diffusion data indicate that adsorption of CO, N2, NO and O2 is almost entirely dissociative at 300 K; heating of these adsorbed phases leads to rapid surface → bulk diffusion and ve...

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GODDARD, P More by this author
LAMBERT, R More by this author
Journal:
SURFACE SCIENCE
Volume:
94
Issue:
2-3
Pages:
339-354
Publication date:
1980
DOI:
ISSN:
0039-6028
URN:
uuid:0aa357cf-0da0-4bee-87e5-7247d5fea761
Source identifiers:
41919
Local pid:
pubs:41919
Language:
English

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