Description: Hydrogen interaction with oxygen in copper exerts a significant influence on the apparent hydrogen diffusivity and the quantity of hydrogen absorbed. Correlation of the amount of absorbed tritium with oxygen content and dependence of permeation transients on both oxygen content and prior treatment indicate that both reversible and irreversible interactions occur between hydrogen and dissolved oxygen. This paper discusses results of that study.
Date: October 23, 2001
Creator: Caskey, G. R., Jr.
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