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molten salt structure
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nature : Molten Salt structure between solid and gaseous between the high-temperature molten salt variety, and the aqueous solution at room temperature under different structure, coupled with high-temperature experiment difficulties, has failed to build up a unified structure of the flux theory . Usually, the melting point near the solid salt structures closer to the model with different gas. Points are classic model and the free volume model although to varying degrees can explain some of the Molten Salt physical and chemical phenomena, but because of the complex structure of molten salt, the chemical structure and quantum chemical depth, and use of quantum chemistry methods and Monte Carlo method and molecular dynamics methods modern computer simulation method is to salt structure in-depth research into the major means.

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1) molten salt;fused salt
2) molten salt;fused salt
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