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Molten salts attracted the attention of the scientific community several times during the last century. This interest is motivated by the physico-chemical properties of these systems. In fact, usually molten salts show chemical and thermal stability, i.e. they do not easily decompose or react. Furthermore, these compounds remain liquid over an extended range of temperatures, in which they show also a remarkably low volatility. The fact that molten salts are composed solely by ions, and can have a quite wide electrochemical window, make them very interesting as electrolytes[1]. The main disadvantage in the usage of molten salts in any practical process, is their high melting point (for example as high as 800°C for NaCl), which severely limits the number of reactions that can be done in these media and reduces the possibility of industri...
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