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High volumetric heat capacity ceramic material

High volumetric heat capacity ceramic material

I am seeking a ceramic material to use as heat store at 850C.

What would be the highest heat cap. ceramic?


RE: High volumetric heat capacity ceramic material

Nothing too exotic or expensive.


RE: High volumetric heat capacity ceramic material

Phase change (melting)will store far more heat than simple heat capacity. For example, the melting point of sodium chloride is 801C with a heat of fusion of 123 cal/g.

RE: High volumetric heat capacity ceramic material

Try to use Talc. :) We need more information about your usage.

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