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Some current designs of solar central receivers employ molten nitrate salts as the heat transfer and storage medium. The salt of most interest is nominally a 50/50 molar mixture of NaN03 and KNO3 . The temperature range of interest for the central receiver application is 623 to 873 K. Available heat capacity results are disparate and incomplete over this tem perature range. However, such data are important in terms of thermal modeling of the receiver system and for determining the quantity ofdoi:10.1149/198109.0485pv fatcat:73z3nvllevec7buxieobiukegu