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Development and Optimization of Durable Microelectrodes for Quantitative Electroanalysis in Molten Salt
Microfabricated sq. electrodes with finely controlled highly reproducible dimensions are developed for electrochemical analysis of high-temperature molten salt (MS). These microelectrodes have been fabricated using photolithographic techniques on silicon wafers and have been designed for operation in lithium chloride/potassium chloride eutectic salt at and ~500 °C. The electrodes are made from a series of patterned layers, and their development has involved a scientific study and optimization of a variety of various material mixtures. This has resulted in a very method for making electrodes that represents a step modification in capability, delivering the first strong microelectrode device capable of quantitative electroanalysis in a MS system at 500 °C.
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