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Vol. 27 No. 1
January-February 2005

Where 2B &Y | Announcements of conferences, symposia, workshops, meetings, and other upcoming activities.

Molten Salts, Chemistry, and Technology

29 August–2 September 2005
Toulouse, France

Ionic liquids in general include traditional high-temperature molten salts, metal-molten salt systems, glass-forming systems, and novel room-temperature melts. At the 7th International Symposium on Molten Salts, Chemistry, and Technology, several state-of-the-art applications will be presented that highlight the importance of these ionic liquids in various industries (batteries, nuclear energy, pyrochemical reprocessing of nuclear fuel, synthesis, catalysis, etc.).

Lectures at the symposium will detail and describe the structure, dynamics, electrochemistry, interfacial, and thermodynamic properties of the relevant experimental methods. Such fundamental concepts are essential for an in-depth understanding of the general physicochemical properties of these Coulomb liquids. Experimental methods for investigating structural, dynamic, electrochemical, thermodynamic, and interfacial properties will be detailed. Techniques for data collection and analysis will also be discussed. This meeting will provide a forum to discuss the transfer of these methods and techniques developed for high-temperature, as well as the more recent room-temperature, melts.

http://inpact.inp-toulouse.fr/progep/MS7/


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