Hydrogen absorption and desorption in Nd2Fe14B

Cadogan, J. M.; Coey, J. M. D.
February 1986
Applied Physics Letters;2/10/1986, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p442
Academic Journal
Absorption and desorption of hydrogen by the permanent magnet material Nd2Fe14B have been studied using a microcomputer-controlled, thermomanometric analyzer with an initial hydrogen pressure of approximately 1 bar. Primary absorption occurs in the range 200–300 °C and results in the formation of a stable hydride with increased lattice parameters and Curie temperature. Subsequent hydrogen desorption, which is virtually complete by 650 °C, leaves the sample in an intermediate state. A second absorption step at about 720 °C corresponds to disproportionation of the Nd2Fe14B phase into α-Fe, Fe2B, and NdH2. Desorption of hydrogen from a hydrogenated sample heated in vacuum is maximum at 300 °C.


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