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Fused salt mixtures
Paul Victor Clark
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Theories of charge-symmetrical fused-salt mixtures.-The data on the binary alkali nitrates were rationalized on the basis of very crude models, originally proposed by FÂ¢rland (60) and by Blander (61). In FÂ¢rland's model, one considers only a linear assembly of . Calorimetric measurements in the liquid range of these fused‐salt systems at ° are reported. These results, when compared with data for the binary systems involved, permit an evaluation of the ternary excess enthalpies. These quantities are compared with the predictions of the conformal ionic solution theory of Blander and Yosim and with quasichemical theory.
of Binary Molten Salt Mixtures Alexander Redkin -Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry S. Kovalevskaya 20 Ekaterinburg, Russia! Electrical conductivity is a physical property reflecting the ability of a matter to transfer electrical charge. In molten salts conductance is due to ionic mobility which. The enthalpies of mixing in the binary liquid alkali chloride, bromide, and iodide mixtures in the mixtures of silver chloride with the alkali chlorides and thallium chloride and in the mixture of.
A fused salts mixture (LiNO3-KNO3-NaNo3-NaNO2) and its preparing process are disclosed. Its advantages are high heat capacity (so it can be used as thermal transfer medium), low cost, simple preparing process, high stability and less sticking to the wall of container. It is found that the ternary excess enthalpies for the system Cd 2+ –Ag + –NO 3 − –Cl − may be accounted for by a suitable adaptation of the quasichemical theory. This suggests that these excess enthalpies largely are due to deviations from random mixing in the relative arrangement of cations and anions. However, for the system Cd 2+ –Tl + –NO 3 − –Cl − the ternary excess.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lumsden, J. (John), Thermodynamics of molten salt mixtures. London, New York, Academic Press, This article is cited by 10 publications.
Shuang Wu, Hao Peng, Leidong Xie. Design and investigation of the novel ZnCl2 based ternary chloride salts with low-temperature for sensible energy by: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FUSED SALT MIXTURES: EUTECTIC COMPOSITIONS AND MELTING POINTS. Data from Open Literature, J Data from Open Literature, J Full Record.
or salt mixtures, were weighed, then melted in a 1-liter round-bottom flask and allowed to stand molten for 12 to 24 hours. To insure good mixing, the binary nitrate melts were thoroughly stirred for at least an hour while molten. The LiNOg was dried at ° for at least 24 hours before it was melted.
Ternary Excess Enthalpies in Simple Reciprocal Fused‐Salt Mixtures. Fused salt mixtures book. Effect of Ionic Size. The Journal of Chemical Physics45 (8), DOI: / S. Meschel, O. Kleppa. Ternary Excess Enthalpies in Simple Reciprocal Fused‐Salt Mixtures. by: Abstract.
Octahedral ionic species are known to exist in molten chloride mixtures containing rare earth as well as molten alkali metal chlorides containing UO 2 2 + ions. This phenomenon can be utilized in pyrochemical reprocessing of nuclear spent fuels (MOX codeposition) in which candidate molten salt solvent systems to stabilize UO 2 2 + and/or PuO 2 2 + ions were proposed to be molten CsCl.
Curve 2 is that in Agl KCI. Curve 3 is that calculated according to equation (1). THE FUSED SALT MIXTURES AgI + RbCl AND AgI + KBr FIGURE 2. The excess chemical potential pl, for AgI plotted against the mole fraction xa of the other salt in the pair for mixtures of 1, (AgI + KCI); 2, (AgI + RbCl); 3, (AgI + KBr); 4, (AgBr + NaCl).
Fused salt electrolytic reduction of solid oxides and oxide mixtures for green production of metals and alloys, in Proceedings Green Processingpp (The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy: Melbourne).
A fused salt mixture (or a fused salt-solvent system) is wholly or largely composed of separately identifiable cations and anions. In electrolyte solutions, however, solvent molecules are present. An interionic potential model for a fused salt must represent the ion-ion interactions, whereas an electrolyte solution model must also take into.
5. Compressibilities of fused-salt mixtures and discussion The isothermal compressibility was obtained from the classical equation: ~:T = V(1 +MT~2u2/Cp)/Mu2. (3) The physical quantities concerning pure substances (Cp, V, ~) have been taken from Janz.t29) The heat capacities of mixtures were calculated by C, = ZxiC,i.
The integral enthalpies of mixing of the following binary fused‐salt mixtures have been determined calorimetrically: (a) MnCl 2 –FeCl 2, MnCl 2 –CoCl 2, FeCl 2 –CoCl 2 at °C; MnCl 2 –CdCl 2, FeCl 2 –CdCl 2 at °C; (b) CaCl 2 –M j Cl 2; and (c) MgCl 2 –M j Cl 2 with M j = Mn, Fe, Co, at ° results are discussed with respect to the following points: (1) comparison.
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CERISIER and B. SY Laboratoire de Thermophysique, Universite de Provence, rue H. Poincare, Marseille ce France. I n FUSED SALTS mixtures of AgNalkali nitrate, Ag is always enriched at the cold end ().
Information on thermal diffusion has also been derived from a number of studies of thermal emf at zero time (to eliminate thermal diffusion effects) of various fused salt mixtures ( 10). Clark, P.V., and Dean, C.O. FUSED SALT MIXTURES: EUTECTIC COMPOSITIONS AND MELTING POINTS.(Bibliography, ) States: N.
p., Web. doi Physical Properties of Fused Salt Mixtures [Clark, Paul V.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Physical Properties of Fused Salt MixturesAuthor: Paul V. Clark. Uses. 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.
Cyanide and chloride salt mixtures are used for surface modification of alloys such as carburizing and nitrocarburizing of steel. Cryolite (a fluoride salt) is used as a solvent for aluminium oxide in the production.
Thermodynamics of Molten Salt Mixtures. , DOI: /_4. Hatem, M. Gaune-Escard. Calorimetric investigation of the RbF Rb2SO4 liquid system and comparison of the excess thermodynamic functions in the AF A2SO4 (A Li, Na, K, Rb) molten salt mixtures.
physical properties of fused salt mixtures: eutectic compositions and melting points. Data from Open Literature, J Technical Report Clark, P V.
The properties of ionic pair distributions are investigated for a simple fused-salt model. The short-range ion core forces are assumed to be identical for both anions and cations and, although the method is capable of handling mixtures of ions with different charges, only a single fused salt of the symmetrical-valence type is considered.
It is found that these excess enthalpies are all negative and of an order of magnitude consistent with the predictions of quasichemical theory. This suggests that they in the main are due to deviations from random mixing of the ions.
The deviations from quasichemical theory show a nearly linear correlation with the difference in ionic size of interchangeable ions in the mixture.O J. Kleppa has written: 'Thermodynamics of fused salts and fused salt mixtures' What is the toughest academic course according to the Guinness Book of World Records ?