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Corrosion experiments with ceramic samples within molten salts

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Jan Hadrava

Department of Nuclear fuel cycle, Research Centre Řež, Hlavní 130, Husinec-Řež CZ 250 68, Czech Republic
jan.hadrava@cvrez.cz

Vojtech Galek

Department of Nuclear fuel cycle, Research Centre Řež, Hlavní 130, Husinec-Řež CZ 250 68, Czech Republic
vojtech.galek@cvrez.cz

Jaroslav Stoklasa

Department of Nuclear fuel cycle, Research Centre Řež, Hlavní 130, Husinec-Řež CZ 250 68, Czech Republic
jaroslav.stoklasa@cvrez.cz

Jan Hrbek

Department of Nuclear fuel cycle, Research Centre Řež, Hlavní 130, Husinec-Řež CZ 250 68, Czech Republic
jan.hrbek@cvrez.cz

Petr Bezdicka

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences, PN 1001, Hlavní 130, Husinec-Řež CZ 250 68, Czech Republic
petrb@iic.cas.cz

Ivona Sedlárová

Department of Inorganic Technology, Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Technická 5, Prague 6 CZ 166 28, Czech Republic
ivona.sedlarova@vscht.cz

1Corresponding author.

ASME doi:10.1115/1.4043097 History: Received July 31, 2018; Revised March 01, 2019

Abstract

The molten salts can provide many possibilities for their use e.g an electrolyte in fuel cells or as a heat transfer medium and an oxygen transporter for flameless oxidation in Molten Salt Oxidation (MSO) technology. The environment of molten salts is very corrosive, therefore it is demandable to find such ceramic materials, which could be used as reactor filling for MSO technology. The aim of this work was to research physical properties of ceramic samples after the exposure within the eutectic mixture of Na2CO3, K2CO3, Li2CO3 and temperature of 700°C.

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