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Saivenkataraman Jayaraman Ionic liquids and molten salts are being considered for many novel applications including for use as heat transfer fluids in thermal energy generation cycles. Thermodynamic and transport properties like melting points, heat capacities, viscosities and thermal conductvities were computed for some ionic liquids and molten salts. Melting points were computed using a novel thermodynamic integrationbased procedure. Apart from computing melting points, relative thermodynamicdoi:10.7274/pn89d50747r fatcat:u5fqnijrijgzvhj7xjxnvxofbu