The phenomenon by which brittleness is induced in steel alloys due to the introduction and subsequent diffusion of hydrogen into the metal. Hydrogen ions act upon the crystalline structure induced cracking or severe loss of ductility. This is often a result of accidental introduction of hydrogen during forming and finishing operations.
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