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V/s. The light grey regions observed at the subsurface region indicate typical features of graphite damage inflicted during cycling. The damaged region extended to a depth of about 25 urn. The region below the damaged graphite consisted of undisturbed graphite noted by its dark grey contrast. 3. 00 V at a linear voltage rate of 500 uV/s. (b) SEI particles with spherical morphology and (c) EDS spectrum taken from the spot on an SEI particle (indicated in the inset). 4. 0 |xV/s. (b) High magnification image of the region indicated as (b) in (a), showing the existence of delaminated graphite layers.

W. Fergus and K. Wang, Cation Distribution in Spinel (Mn,Co,Cr)304 at Room Temperature, J. Appl. Crystallography, 43, 394-400 (2010). 15 Z. -G. -H. W. Stevenson, (Mn,Co)3Ü4 Spinel Coatings on Ferritic Stainless Steels for SOFC Interconnect Applications, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 32, 3648-3654 (2007). 16 T. Sasamoto, N. Sumi, A. Shimaji, O. Yamamoto and Y. Abe, High Temperature Electrical Properties of the Spinel-Type Oxide MnCo204-NiMn204, J. Mater. Sei. , 33, 32-37 (1996). Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Nuclear Technology II -37 This page intentionally left blank EFFECT OF HYDROGEN ON BENDING FATIGUE LIFE FOR MATERIALS USED IN HYDROGEN CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS Patrick Ferro Gonzaga University Spokane, WA, USA ABSTRACT Hydrogen containment systems must be engineered for multiple charge/discharge cycles.

L. SEI was found to form inside the cavity. 3 (b)] reveals the spherical morphology of the SEI particles having diameters in the range of 250 - 750 nm. 3 (c), indicating the presence of oxygen and chlorine, which was present as a component of the electrolyte (LÍCIO4). V/s. The light grey regions observed at the subsurface region indicate typical features of graphite damage inflicted during cycling. The damaged region extended to a depth of about 25 urn. The region below the damaged graphite consisted of undisturbed graphite noted by its dark grey contrast.

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