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Molten Salt Batteries and Fuel Cells

  • D. A. J. Swinkels

Abstract

This chapter describes recent work on batteries and fuel cells using molten salt electrolytes. This entails a comparison with other batteries and fuel cells utilizing aqueous and organic electrolytes; for further details of these low-temperature systems a number of reference works are available(1,2) General background in molten salt properties may be found in several books,(3–7) some recent reviews,(8,9) and of course in other parts of the current series.

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Fuel Cell Cathode Material Solid Electrolyte Current Efficiency Molten Salt 
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  • D. A. J. Swinkels
    • 1
  1. 1.Central Research LaboratoryBroken Hill Proprietary Co., Ltd.ShortlandAustralia

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