Molten Salts XIV: Proceedings of the International Symposium

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The Electrochemical Society, 2006 - Fused salts - 1084 pages

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Contents

Network and ClusterLike Structures in ScС13CsCl Melts
106
A Thermodynamic Database for AlCl3Based Molten Salt Systems
120
The Characterisation of Molecular Cesium Bromate by Matrix Isolation I
128
Domains with the Reaction Type Change in the 3Phase Regions of the Ternary
141
Mass Transport in Molten Alkali Carbonate Mixtures
151
An XRay Absorption Spectroscopy Study of Yttrium and Zirconium
162
Oxygen Ion Oxidation Process on a Platinum Electrode in LiClLi20 at 650C
171
Behavior of TiB2Coating on Graphitized Carbon Cathodes During Laboratory
181
VanadiumSulfatePyrosulfate Electrolytes for Electrochemical Removal
194
Anomalous Properties of Molten Carbonates Coexisting with Porous Inorganic
203
Higher Degree Decomposition of Harmful Organic Compounds Containing
216
Interaction of MCI Molecules with Environment in Cluster Model of Alkali
226
Corrosion Protection of Nickel Equipment in ChlorideFluoroniobate Melts
232
HighEnergy Synchrotron XRay Diffraction Study of HighTemperature
246
Cathodic Behavior of Carbon in CryoliteAlumina Melts
253
An Electronic Absorption
261
ElectroChemical Evaluation of Molten Lithium Niobate
269
Electrical Evaluations of Molten Lithium Borates in Microgravity
277
Vapor Complexation in the CrCl3ACI A Li Cs System
284
Glass Formation and Phase Transitions of NbF5 and TaFs from 77 to 600
294
The Synthesis of RoomTemperature Molten Salts and their Electrochemical
302
Development of Low Melting lonic Liquid Compositions Using Mixtures
312
Preparation and Properties of High Mass Tetraalkylphosphonium Ionic Liquids
326
A New Strategy Toward Synthesis of Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Based
340
Structures and Properties of 1Ethyl3Methylimidazolium Salts of Fluorocomplex
376
Stability and Thermal Decomposition of Quaternary and Protonated Imidazolium
396
An Electrostatic Interpretation of StructureProperty Relationships in Ionic Liquids
417
Decomposition Kinetics of 1Butyl23Dimethylimidazolium Tetrafluoroborate
435
Organoborates as Potential Anions for Novel Ionic Liquids
556
Ionic LiquidPromoted Regioselective Catalysis by Palladium
564
Deep Desulfurization of Oil Refinery Streams by Extraction with lonic Liquids
572
Ionic Liquids as a Solvent for Bioelectrocatalysis Using ElectrodeImmobilized
583
Preparation of Homogeneously Dispersed Trialkyl Imidazolium Compatibilized
600
The Use of 12Dimethyl3Benzyl Ethyl IsoButyl POSSImidazolium Chloride
607
Regeneration of Silk Fibroin with lonic Liquids
617
Use of lonic Liquids for MembraneBased and ElectrochemicallyDriven
625
Electrochemical DopingDedoping Behaviors of Polythiophene Derivatives
639
Preparation and Characteristics of Thermally Stable PolymerinZwitterionic
646
Enrichment of Rare Earth and Alkaline Earth Elements by Countercurrent
656
Effect of Rare Earth Addition to Molten Carbonate on the Solubility of
666
Direct Electrodeposition of Mg Including La in Molten Salt
679
Thermodynamic Properties of the Melt of the Nal Celz System
686
Cathodic Behavior of CeIII Ion in NaCl2CsCl Melt
694
Thermodynamics Properties of Plutonium in NaClKCl and CaCl2 at 1073K
700
Solubility of Rare Earth Oxides in the NaCl2CsCl Melt
713
In Situ High Temperature NMR and EXAFS Spectroscopy in Molten Lanthanide
720
Selective Precipitation
729
Assessment of Pyrochemical Methods for the Molten Salt Reactor Fuel CleanUp
738
Trials of Plutonium Electrorefining in Calcium Chloride
749
Kinetics of Electrode Processes in LiClKCI Melt
761
Partitioning of Transuranic Metal lons to Ionic Liquids Containing the lonizable
779
Eletrochemical Reduction of Titanium Dioxide Thin Film in LiCiKClCaCl2
1046
Ceramic Membrane in Direct Reduction of TiO2 in Molten CaCl2
1063
AUTHOR INDEX
1076
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Page 251 - This work was supported in part by a Grant in Aid for Scientific Research from the Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture of Japan and by a grant from the Uehara Memorial Foundation.
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