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Molten salt

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Molten salt is salt which is solid at standard temperature and pressure (STP) but enters the ... $1,000 per ton, and a typical plant may use 30,000 tons of salt. Regular table salt has a melting poi...

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Jul 19, 2008 ... When the salt starts melting at 800C the nut is only red. The nut glows ... indicating around 1000C, at which point the salt evaporates quickly.

General Chemistry Online: FAQ: Solutions: Why does salt melt ice?

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Molecules on the surface of the ice escape into the water (melting), and; molecules of ... For example, the freezing point of a 1 M NaCl solution is roughly - 3.4°C.

Physical Properties Data Compilations - National Institute of ...

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Molten Salts: Eutectic Data. George J. ... Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y. Molten Salts Data .... compound; melting point; molten salt; phase diagrams.

Salt Hydrates - Melting points and Latent Energy

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Salt Hydrate, Melting Point (<sup>o</sup>C), Latent Melting Heat (MJ/m<sup>3</sup>). CaCl2 (Calcium Chloride) 6H2O, 29, 281. Na2SO4 (Sodium Sulfate) 10H2O, 32, 342. Na2CO3 ...

Q & A: Lowering of Melting Point | Department of Physics | University ...

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You may have also used salt on ice when making home-made ice cream. Salt lowers the freezing/melting point of water, so in both cases the idea is to take ...

Melting Snow & Ice with Salt - Chemistry - About.com

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When you add a salt to ice with a little bit of water, the salt lowers the freezing point of the water, keeping it from re-freezing as easily and helping to melt the rest ...

Why does NaCl have a high melting point? - Quora

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This is another way of saying that the structure has a negative enthalpy of formation to it, so," breaking this box" (crystal structure) -melting NaCl - will require ...

Why does NaCl have a higher melting point than LiCl, KCl or RbCl ...

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Comparison of melting points of ionic compounds is generally done by considering the following two factors: 1. Charge of the cation/anion : More the charge o...

solutions - Why does ice water get colder when salt is added ...

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Aug 2, 2013 ... What is occurring when salt melts the ice to make the temperature lower? ... The cube that has not salt been added to, has a melting point ...

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Some New Standard Melting Points at High Temperatures

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Melting points of salts for use as standard temperatures for thermocouples, 400° to 1100°C.—After purification by crystallization from solution, a gram of the salt ...

Why do they use salt to melt ice on the road in the winter? - Science

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You may have also used salt on ice when making home-made ice cream. Salt lowers the freezing/melting point of water, so in both cases the idea is to take ...

GCSE CHEMISTRY Index Page - Melting Points and Boiling Points ...

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CHEMISTRY Index Melting and Boiling Points of Compounds (L ...