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Molten salt mixtures. IX. The thermal conductivities of molten nitrate systems

H Bloom, A Doroszkowski and SB Tricklebank

Australian Journal of Chemistry 18(8) 1171 - 1176
Published: 1965


The thermal conductivity of the molten salts NaNO3, KNO3, AgNO3, and NaNO2 was measured by an equilibrium method over a range of temperature. Similar measurements were carried out for the NaNO3 + KNO3, AgNO3 + NaNO3, and AgNO3 + KNO3 systems. The free volume of molten salts has been calculated from thermal conductivity and is compared with results from sound velocity determinations.

Full text doi:10.1071/CH9651171

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