What is hydrogen embrittlement and what can be done to prevent it?

New video discussing latest publication of Dr. Baptiste Gault

August 19, 2020

Why does hydrogen affect the properties of a material? How can we measure hydrogen in a material? And is it possible to trap hydrogen in the material to prevent it from damaging the material’s microstructure?

Dr. Baptiste Gault heads the research group “Atom Probe Tomography” in the department of Microstructure Physics and Alloy Design. He gave an interview about one of his recent publications about hydrogen embrittlement to the film agency Latest Thinking.

Enjoy watching him explaining his latest research

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Andrew J. Breen, Leigh Stephenson, Binhan Sun, Yujiao Li, Olga Kasian, Dierk Raabe, Michael Herbig, and Baptiste Gault, "Solute hydrogen and deuterium observed at the near atomic scale in high-strength steel," Acta Materialia 188, 108-120 (2020).
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