International Symposium (12th) on Molten Salts and the 1999 Joint International Meeting Held in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 17-22, 1999
Final rept. 1 Jun 1999-29 Feb 2000,
ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY INC PENNINGTON NJ
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The Twelfth International Symposium on Molten Salts was held during the 1999 Joint International Meeting in Honolulu Hawaii, October 17-22, 1999. This meeting served as the 196th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society and the 1999 Fall Meeting of the Electrochemical Society of Japan. The co-organizers of this symposium were Hugh C. De Long, United States Naval Academy Paul C. Trulove, Air Force Office of Scientific Research Gery R. Stafford, National Institute of Standards and Technology and Shigehito Deki, Kobe University. Speakers came from over 15 different countries and well over two thirds of the papers presented were by authors from outside North America. The diversity of the topics covered by the papers presented at this symposium indicates the dynamic nature of molten salt research. This symposium continues to be a very popular venue for presentation of cutting edge research related to molten salts. Over 85 papers were presented on topics ranging from applications of room temperature molten salts to theoretical investigations of molten salt structures.
- Physical Chemistry