How to make metal alloys that stand up to hydrogen

"'If we know how [hydrogen] enters or how it can be discharged or ejected from the surface [of an alloy], that gives us the ability to predict surface modifications that can reduce the rate of entry,” Yildiz says. Her team has found that it’s possible to do just that, improving the barrier’s ability to block incoming hydrogen, potentially by as much as a thousandfold." - MIT News

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