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In situ X-ray Investigation of Hydrogen Charging in Thin Film Bimetallic Electrodes

  • Najeh M. Jisrawi (a1), Harold Wiesmann (a1), M. W. Ruckman (a1), T. R. Thurston (a1), G. Reisfeld (a1), B. M. Ocko (a1) and Myron Strongin (a1)...
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Hydrogen uptake and discharge by thin metallic films under potentiostatic control was studied using x-ray diffraction at the National Synchroton Light Source (NSLS). The formation of metal-hydrogen phases in Pd, Pd-capped Nb, and Pd/Nb multilayer electrode structures was deduced from x-ray diffraction data and correlated with the cyclic voltammetry (CV) peaks. The x-ray data were also used to construct a plot of the hydrogen concentration as a function of cell potential for a multilayered thin film.

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