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Deuterium retention in F82H after low energy hydrogen ion irradiation

Deuterium retention in F82H after low energy hydrogen ion irradiation,10.1016/j.jnucmat.2010.12.206,Journal of Nuclear Materials,T. Ito,Y. Yamauchi,T.

Deuterium retention in F82H after low energy hydrogen ion irradiation  
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The influence of 50eV hydrogen ion irradiation on the deuterium retention and desorption behavior in the reduced activation ferritic-martensitic steel F82H was investigated by thermal desorption spectroscopy. The amount of retained deuterium in the hydrogen irradiated F82H was up to 10 times larger than without the hydrogen irradiation. In the F82H irradiated by the low energy hydrogen ions at 300 and 523K, the desorption peak of deuterium was shifted to lower temperatures than for samples unirradiated or irradiated at 773K. In the F82H irradiated by hydrogen at 773K, the amount of retained deuterium decreased compared to materials irradiated at 300 or 523K.
Journal: Journal of Nuclear Materials - J NUCL MATER , vol. 417, no. 1, pp. 1147-1149, 2011
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