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An Approach on the Hydrogen Absorption in Carbon Black after Gamma Irradiation

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In this work, different samples of an industrial carbon black are used to study the hydrogen intake from an over pressurized atmosphere and its changes due to alteration of its level of crystallinity produced by γ-irradiation. The monitoring of the hydrogen adsorption was made by means of thermogravimetric analysis and by measurements of some electrical parameters as the Seebeck coefficient. X-ray diffraction shows that the irradiation diminishes the level of crystalline perfection. These results show interesting possibilities to use carbon black as cheap hydrogen absorbers.

 

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A. Madroñero, M. Culebras, A. Cantarero, C. Gómez, C. Mota, J. Amo and J. Robla, "An Approach on the Hydrogen Absorption in Carbon Black after Gamma Irradiation," Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 3 No. 7, 2013, pp. 295-298. doi: 10.4236/ampc.2013.37040.

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