Hydrogen susceptibility of an interstitial equimolar high-entropy alloy revealed by in-situ electrochemical microcantilever bending test
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Original versionMaterials Science & Engineering: A. 2019, 762 . 10.1016/j.msea.2019.138114
Hydrogen effect on an interstitial CoCrFeMnNi high-entropy alloy was investigated by micro-cantilever bending tests with pre-notched plane as a case study. Results showed sharp mode I cracks on plane bisecting two planes in hydrogen-charged cantilevers, which was explained by hydrogen-assisted defects formation and hydrogen pins dislocation motion.