Temperature dependence of impurity resistivity due to hydrogen in metals
Using a self-consistent calculation, we show that the impurity resistivity of metals containing hydrogen or deuterium decreases as temperature increases. We also predict a significant isotope effect that is largest at O K and vanishes at high temperatures. These effects should be common to all metal-hydrogen systems and could be detected by precision experiments. © 1980.
Solid State Communications
Temperature dependence of impurity resistivity due to hydrogen in metals.
Solid State Communications,
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