Viscosity measurements of molten LiCl in the temperature range 886–1275 K
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The viscosity of molten lithium chloride has been measured with an oscillating-cup viscometer in the temperature range from 886 to 1275 K along the saturation line. Lithium chloride has been proposed as a heat-transfer fluid for high-temperature applications. Previously reported viscosity data for lithium chloride show sizable discrepancies. The accuracy of the present measurements is estimated as ±2.0%.
Key wordslithium chloride molten salt oscillating-cup viscometer viscosity
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