Mg2Ni hydride: in situ heat conduction calorimetry of the phase transition near 510 K

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Journal titleJournal of the Less-Common Metals
Volume134
Pages1526; # of pages: 12
AbstractPrecision twin-cell heat conduction (Tian-Calvet) calorimetry has been used to study the thermal effects associated with the solid state transition exhibited by Mg2Ni hydride at approximately 510 K. Hydrides have been prepared in situ, at temperatures below and above that of the transition, and the products subjected to slow temperature scans through the transition, with hydrogen pressure being continuously monitored. The low temperature and high temperature hydrides have, within error, the same stoichimetry. Calorimetric data distinguishes three LT and two HT modifications, the predominant phase system depending on the thermal history of the hydride....
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology
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NRC number52316
NPARC number16564455
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Record created2011-01-19
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