The LM-LS experiment: investigating corrosion control, in Liquid Fluoride Salts, by Liquid alkali Metal

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Introduction The conceptual association of liquid fluoride salts and nuclear power is as old as the civilian use of nuclear energy: in 1947 the Aircraft Reactor Experiment (ARE) development program proposed their use as a reactor fuel and coolant. However, in the 1970s, the Atomic Energy Commission abandoned the promising Molten Salt Breeder Reactor (MSBR… (More)

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@inproceedings{Laurenty2006TheLE, title={The LM-LS experiment: investigating corrosion control, in Liquid Fluoride Salts, by Liquid alkali Metal}, author={Blandine Laurenty and Per F. Peterson and Brian D. Wirth}, year={2006} }