Hydrogen and Deuterium Solubility in Commercial Pd–Ag Alloys for Hydrogen Purification
AbstractPd–Ag alloys with compositions close to 23–25% Ag are considered as a benchmark for hydrogen permeability. They are used in small scale reactors for hydrogen separation and purification. Permeability and solubility are strictly mathematically correlated, and the temperature dependence of solubility can provide useful information about the physical state of the material, the hydrogenation enthalpy, and the occurrence of different thermodynamic states. While the permeability of Pd–Ag alloys has been largely investigated, solubility measurements are available only in a restricted temperature range. In this paper, we extend solubility measurements up to 7 bar for Pd77Ag23 in the temperature range between 25 °C and 400 °C and for Pd30Ag70 for temperatures between 190 °C and 300 °C. The occurrence of solid solutions or hydride phases is discussed, and the hydrogenation enthalpy is calculated. View Full-Text
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Paolone, A.; Tosti, S.; Santucci, A.; Palumbo, O.; Trequattrini, F. Hydrogen and Deuterium Solubility in Commercial Pd–Ag Alloys for Hydrogen Purification. ChemEngineering 2017, 1, 14.
Paolone A, Tosti S, Santucci A, Palumbo O, Trequattrini F. Hydrogen and Deuterium Solubility in Commercial Pd–Ag Alloys for Hydrogen Purification. ChemEngineering. 2017; 1(2):14.Chicago/Turabian Style
Paolone, Annalisa; Tosti, Silvano; Santucci, Alessia; Palumbo, Oriele; Trequattrini, Francesco. 2017. "Hydrogen and Deuterium Solubility in Commercial Pd–Ag Alloys for Hydrogen Purification." ChemEngineering 1, no. 2: 14.
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