Atomic reemission of hydrogen from pure and boronized graphites at temperatures above 1000 K
Hydrogen and deuterium ions were implanted in pure and boronised graphites at temperatures of 300-1850 K. Below 1000 K, the implanted deuterium (or hydrogen) was found to be reemitted in the form of molecules, i.e. D(2) or H(2). Above 1000 K, the reemitted particles consisted of both molecules and atoms, with the atom fraction monotonically increasing with increasing temperature, reaching a value of 95 % at 1850 K.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: IAEA Technical Committee Meeting on Atomic and Molecular Data for Fusion Reactor Technology, Cadarache (FR) (1993) pp. 76-79
Record Number: 199411250 / Last updated on: 1994-11-25
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