Another scientific breakthrough from Hefei

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Researchers from Hefei Institute of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, together with a team of Canadian scientists have recently developed a predictive model for hydrogen trapping and bubbling in nanovoids, which is crucial to the understanding of hydrogen-induced damage in structural materials. The study was published in the latest issue of Nature Materials on July 15.

Following five years of work, the two teams have established a predictive model for quantitative determination of the configurations and energetics of hydrogen atoms in nanovoids, which offers mechanistic insights for evaluating hydrogen-induced damage in nuclear fusion reactors, thus paving the way for harvesting fusion energy in the future.

Source :Amazing Hefei

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