V. M. Ivenko, V. Yu. Shishkin
The solubility of molten silver in the K–KCl melt at 850°C has been studied and the change of potassium content in the melt from 0 to 100 mol % has been found. It was revealed that it increases linearly with increasing concentration of alkali metal and molten potassium of 6.0 mol % Ag.
melts, solutions, silver, potassium, potassium chloride