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14.4.1 Resistance Furnace Brazing172

14.4.2 Induction Vacuum Brazing172

14.4.3 Induction Field Brazing173

14.5 Compatibility of Materials with Bismuth173

14.6 Chemical Vapor Deposited Coatings176

14.7 Molybdenum Deposition from MoF6177

PART 4. MOLTEN-SALT PROCESSING AND PREPARATION

15. FLOWSHEET ANALYSIS179

15.1 Cost Estimate for an MSBR Processing Plant179

15.2 Comparison of Costs for Alternate Off-Gas Treatment Methods for

an MSBR Processing Plant183

15.3 Effect of Noble-Metal and Halogen Removal Times on the Heat Generation

Rate in an MSBR Processing Plant186

15.4 Long-Term Disposal of MSBR Wastes186

15.5 Availability of Natural Resources Required for Molten Salt Breeder Reactors189

16. PROCESSING CHEMISTRY191

16.1 Distribution of Lithium and Bismuth Between Liquid Lithium-Thorium-Bismuth Alloys

and Molten LiCl191

16.2 Mutual Solubilities of Thorium and Rare Earths in Liquid Bismuth193

16.3 Oxide Precipitation Studies196

16.4 Chemistry of Fuel Reconstitution199

17. ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF PROCESSING OPERATIONS202

17.1 Lithium Transfer During Metal Transfer Experiment MTE-2202

17.2 Operation of Metal Transfer Experiment MTE-2B204

17.3 Development of Mechanically Agitated Salt-Metal Contactors207

17.4 Design of the Third Metal Transfer Experiment209

17.5 Reductive Extraction Engineering Studies212

17.6 Development of a Frozen-Wall Fluorinator: Induction Heating Experiments214

17.7 Predicted Performance of Continuous Fluorinators217

17.8 Engineering Studies of Uranium Oxide Precipitation220

17.9 Design of a Processing Materials Test Stand and the Molybdenum Reductive

Extraction Equipment222

17.10 Development of a Bismuth-Salt Interface Detector222

18. CONTINUOUS SALT PURIFICATION226

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