In ITER, the D-T fuel is recommended to be stored as metal deuteride and tritide
because solid-state hydrogen isotopes storage offers such advantages as safety, efficiency (higher bulk hydrogen storage density), and processing convenience over gas and liquid storage methods [7, 8].
Farrell, "Helium bubbles in a-Ti and Ti tritide arising from tritium decay: a tem study," Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol.
Okuno, "Long-term measurement of helium-3 release behavior from zirconium-cobalt tritide," Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol.
Lasser, "A TEM study of the aging of Zr tritides," Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol.
Geddes (no affiliation given) has edited these 9 articles that explore such topics as inert matrix fuels for nuclear reactors, the aging of palladium-based tritides
and the application of combustion synthesis in advances ceramics processing.