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Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts: Proceedings of the First European Workshop on Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts, Held in Sintra (Molten Salt Forum, V. 1-2) ebook

by European Workshop on Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts 1993,C. A. C. Sequeira,G. S. Picard


proceedings of the First European Workshop on Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts, held in Sintra . Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Molten salt forum - v. 1-2. Classifications.

proceedings of the First European Workshop on Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts, held in Sintra, Portugal, March 14-17, 1993 Published 1993 by Trans Tech Publications in Aedermannsdorf, Switzerland. Congresses, Fused salts. viii, 415 p. : Number of pages

Title: Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts. European Workshop on Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts, Sintra, Portugal, March 1993.

Title: Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts. Description: During the past several years there has been remarkable interest and activity in two fields of the fused salt chemistry, namely Molten Salt Extractive Metallurgy and High-Temperature Fuel Cells. Therefore, most of the relevant disciplines are represented here: electrochemistry, spectroscopy and computer modelling.

Until recently, the only electrochemical applications using molten salts involved the direct electrolysis or electrorefining using molten salts in which the ion carrying the current was predominant in the molten electrolyte

Until recently, the only electrochemical applications using molten salts involved the direct electrolysis or electrorefining using molten salts in which the ion carrying the current was predominant in the molten electrolyte. Combining molten salts with solid electrolytes has led to novel processes for the preparation of sodium, magnesium and other metals.

Conference: International workshop on high temperature molten salt batteries, Argonne, IL, USA, 16 Apr 1986; Other Information: Portions of this document are illegible in microfiche products.

Technology of Molten Salts, in Molten Salt Forum, Ed. by C. A. Segneira and G. S. Picard (Trans. B. Kushkhov, and P. Romanyk, Electroreduction of the Tungstate Ion in a Chloride Melt in the Presence of Calcium Cations, Ukr. Khim.

Bouteillon, J. C. Gabriel, J. Poignet, and J. M. Roman, Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts, in Molten Salt Forum, Ed. Switzerland, 1993, 1994), Vols. 1, 2, p. 14. oogle Scholar. 11. J. Bouteillon, J. Roman, Production of Refractory Metal Layersband Compounds from Fused Salts, in Proc. of IS on Molten Salts Chemistry and Technology, Honolulu, 1993 (Honolulu, 1993), Vol. 93-9, p. 45.

Technology of Electrodeposition from Molten Salts for the Preparation of Electrode Materials Based on Refractory Metals- P. Taxil, et al. New Compounds. n(n 1,2,3) Obtained by Molten Salts Electrolysis. Electrochemical Production of Hafnium-Based Composite Materials- . Kuznetsov, et al. 23. Rhenium Electrochemistry, Chemistry and Electrodeposition from Molten Salts- . Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division.

Molten salts have long been considered as primary coolants and heat transfer media for nuclear energy systems because .

Molten salts have long been considered as primary coolants and heat transfer media for nuclear energy systems because of their high boiling points, volumetric heat capacities, and thermal conductivities. The high solubility of fission products in molten salts provides a greater safety margin in molten salt-based reactor concepts that employ either homogeneous molten salt fluid fuel or encapsulated fuel particles immersed in a molten salt. Figure . 1 depicts two gas-tight Pyrex glass electrochemical cells for use with moderate-melting molten salts.

Molten Salts Chemistry: From Lab to Applications examines how the electrical and thermal properties of molten salts, and generally low vapour pressure are well adapted to high temperature chemistry, enabling fast reaction rates. It also explains how their ability to dissolve many inorganic compounds such as oxides, nitrides, carbides and other salts make molten salts ideal as solvents in electrometallurgy, metal coating, treatment of by-products and energy conversion.

Molten salt is salt which is solid at standard temperature and pressure but enters the liquid phase due to elevated temperature. A salt that is normally liquid even at standard temperature and pressure is usually called a room temperature ionic liquid, although technically molten salts are a class of ionic liquids. Molten salts have a variety of uses. Molten chloride salt mixtures are commonly used as baths for various alloy heat treatments, such as annealing and martempering of steel

Molten salt electrolysis is a proven technology for the extraction of metals-all the world's primary aluminum is produced in this manner. The unique properties of molten salts also make them excellent media in which to treat a variety of forms of waste.

Molten salt electrolysis is a proven technology for the extraction of metals-all the world's primary aluminum is produced in this manner. Of special note in this regard is electrolysis in molten oxides, a concept put forward by the author, initially as a clean technology for producing primary metal.

Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts: Proceedings of the First European Workshop on Electrochemical Technology of Molten Salts, Held in Sintra (Molten Salt Forum, V. 1-2) ebook
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