A.B. Salyulev, V. A. Khokhlov, N. I. Moskalenko
The specific electrical conductivity of the industry promising molten KAlCl4–ZrCl4 mixtures containing from 0 to 32.5 mol % ZrCl4 has been firstly measured as a function of temperature (from 345 to 500°С) with the original device. It was found that the electrical conductivity of salt melts rises in the range of 0.41 to 0.80 S ⋅ cm–1 with both the increasing temperature and ZrCl4 molar concentration decreasing.
electrical conductivity, melts, low melting mixtures, ZrCl4, KAlCl4