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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 interstitialdoi:10.2464/jilm.61.458 fatcat:pp4h7ezhhzhengidmvm56gaewi