Kinetics of hydrogen desorption from rapidly solidified Al–Cr alloys

Iya I. Tashlykova-Bushkevic, Goroh Itoh, Vasiliy G. Shepelevich, Takahiro Shikagawa
2011 Keikinzoku/Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals  
The thermal desorption spectroscopy has been applied to analyze hydrogen desorption from foils of Al-Cr alloys containing up to 3.0 mol%Cr produced by centrifugal melt quenching. Surface morphology of the alloys was monitored using atomic force microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. It was revealed that hydrogen behavior is strongly affected by microstructural features available due to rapid solidification and represents at least four hydrogen trap sites in Al-Cr alloys. The interstitial
more » ... . The interstitial lattice sites adjacent to solute Cr atoms are identified as predominant trap site. The occupancy of dislocations was estimated to be rather high in contrast to vacancies and pores in alloys. The amount of hydrogen trapped by vacancies is drastically decreased with increase in Cr concentration. These hydrogen/microstructure interactions were discussed regarding rapidly solidified pure aluminum as well as traditionally processed aluminum samples.
doi:10.2464/jilm.61.458 fatcat:pp4h7ezhhzhengidmvm56gaewi