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Origin of hydrogen desorption during friction of stainless steel by alumina in ultrahigh vacuum

AutorNevshupa, Roman; Román García, Elisa Leonor ; Segovia, J. L. de
Fecha de publicación20-ago-2008
EditorAmerican Vacuum Society
CitaciónJournal of Vacuum Science and Technology - Section A 26(5): 1218-1223 (2008)
ResumenA study of the tribodesorption of hydrogen stimulated by the friction of an alumina pin on stainless steel in ultrahigh vacuum at room temperature is presented. A special two-chamber ultrahigh-vacuum system separated by a well-defined orifice of low conductance is used to determine minute amounts of desorbed gases. The friction cell allows the control of the normal force of the alumina pin on the stainless-steel surface, the frequency of sweeping, as well as the dwell, i.e., the time between consecutive strokes. The profile of the p(H2)-t desorption curve shows a near-exponential increase in pressure to a stable value; then, after the friction cessation, the pressure decreases back to the initial value. The desorption curve presents an oscillating signal over the continuous one that corresponds with the sweeping frequency. An important aspect of the present research has been to elucidate the origin of the desorbed hydrogen: bulk or surface of materials. In this respect, the amount of tribodesorbed hydrogen is compared with the amount of adsorbed hydrogen at dwell times from 0.5 to 4 s. This adsorption is 50 and 5 times lower than the desorbed hydrogen at normal forces of 0.072 and 0.218 N, respectively, and a dwell time of 4 s. An important finding is that the amount of desorbed hydrogen is irrespective of the dwell time, and the desorption rate increases linearly with sweeping frequency. The authors conclude that the origin of the desorbed hydrogen is in the bulk.
Descripción6 pages.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1116/1.2968682
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/22324
DOI10.1116/1.2968682
ISSN0734-2101
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