Hydrogen Scavengers

There has been invented a codeposition process for fabricating hydrogen scavengers.

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Hydrogen Scavengers

There has been invented a codeposition process for fabricating hydrogen scavengers. First, a .pi.-bonded allylic organometallic complex is prepared by reacting an allylic transition metal halide with an organic ligand complexed with an alkali metal; and then, in a second step, a vapor of the .pi.-bonded allylic organometallic complex is combined with the vapor of an acetylenic compound, irradiated with UV light, and codeposited on a substrate.

U.S. Patent No.: 6,426,314 (DOE S-94,690)

Patent Application Filing Date: May 31, 2001

Patent Issue Date: July 30, 2002

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