Adsorption-chemical activity and interaction in the boron nitride-titanium hydride system
The paper examines the effect of physicochemical properties of starting boron nitride and titanium hydride on their reactive activity in the synthesis of the TiN-TiBx composite. There are kinetic data on thermal desorption of the active adsorbate from the BN surface, which precipitated from the gas mixture (20 vol.% O2-80 vol.% N2 under the relative humidity of 80%). Kinetics of hydrogen release from titanium hydride in isothermal conditions and controlled rate of temperature increase in the reactive system is researched. A possible mechanism of chemical transformations of starting compounds and synthesis of the TiN-TiBx composite is considered.
Keywordskinetics adsorption hydrogen boron nitride titanium hydride composite
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