V. M. Ivenko, V. Yu. Shishkin
The solubility of silver in a K–KCl melt at a temperature of 775°C and a change in the potassium content in the melt from 0 to 100 mol %, which has a stratification region at this temperature, is investigated. It is shown that the solubility of silver increases linearly with an increase in the concentration of alkali metal, and in molten potassium it is 4.1 mol % Ag.
melts, solutions, silver, potassium, potassium chloride