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Role of shear stiffening in reducing hydrogenation in intermetallic compounds
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10.1063/1.2390635
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(a) Porosity-corrected shear and bulk moduli at room temperature of polycrystalline compounds vs . (b) Measure of the elastic strain energy per unit dislocation line and elastic attractive energy (see text) in polycrystalline compounds vs . is taken as the average cell size of one metal atom in the various compounds. for and 1 is assumed the same as for the other compounds. (c) ratios and hydrogen capacities of the compounds vs . The values for were obtained for hydrogen pressures of about at room temperature and subsequent cooling to (Refs. 17 and 19, and this work). for was obtained for hydrogen pressure exceeding (Ref. 18). This pressure did not change of (Ref. 50). The solid lines are only guides to the eyes.

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Scitation: Role of shear stiffening in reducing hydrogenation in intermetallic compounds
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/89/20/10.1063/1.2390635
10.1063/1.2390635
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