By Ronald E. Hester (auth.), J. Braunstein, Gleb Mamantov, G. P. Smith (eds.)
Molten salts are investigated by way of very diversified concepts and for vary ing reasons, and the consequences are suggested in greatly scattered journals. there's a have to preserve investigators conscious of development in different specialties and to supply scholars with resource and historical past fabric. Advances in Molten Salt Chemistry hopes to fill those wishes by way of delivering reports of modern development provided, insofar as is affordable, with sufficient history fabric and statement to be understandable to a nonspecialist. We favor a dialogue of underlying ideas, to the level that they're recognized, and we motivate authors to remark significantly at the reliability of information, the software of versions, and the cogency of rules and theories. We take a large vie~ of the suitability of subject matters for inclusion during this sequence. either basic and technological advances have a spot the following, as do reports on fabrics relating to molten salts (like liquid silicates, very centred aqueous ideas, options of salts in liquid metals, and stable electrolytes). We intend this sequence to serve the desires of these who examine or use molten salts. We welcome feedback of subject matters and appropriate authors, in addition to reviews at the strengths and shortcomings of what's published.
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This cell is particularly simple to make and convenient to use. The sample tube is made in two concentric sections from silica, the inner tube being closed at its lower end by a fine porosity silica sinter, through which a molten salt can be forced under pressure of dry nitrogen. Since laser excita" tion with liquids is particularly sensitive to suspended solid particles, this filtration process is an important feature. The design also avoids passage of the laser beam through a liquid meniscus.
HEAD WITH STOPCOCK Fig. 14. Raman cell for corrosive fused salts. 18S ) 23 Ronald E. Hester 24 do not attack glass or quartz, other molten salts such as fluorides, carbonates, and hydroxides do attack these materials, making the above cells unsuitable. The Raman cell assembly shown in Fig. 13 was designed by Bues(48) so as to overcome this limitation. A platinum crucible can be used to contain the sample in this assembly, which again uses a mercury lamp light source, though it clearly could be easily modified for laser excitation of spectra.
SO. KHSO. Selenates H 2SeOa Chlorates and perchlorates LiClO a NaClO a KCIO a AgClO a LiClO. MoO. WO. O . O . O a LiKO . Oa (127)R (127)R (127)R Ronald E. Hester 46 TABLE VII. CO a eutectic, but BaCOa/(Na/K)2COa bands broadened asymmetrically a (129)1 (129)1 (129)1 I indicates references concerned with infrared spectra, while R indicates those for Raman spectra. spectroscopic data obtained from molten metal hydroxides, nitrites, sulfates, bisulfates, selenates, chlorates, perchlorates, molybdates, tungstates, borates, phosphates, arsenates, and carbonates.