I want to make silver chloride cathodes for a magnesium salt water battery. Are there any tips on how to proceed?
I hope to melt the silver chloride in a covered ceramic crucible in an electric furnace, then cast a small ingot. This ingot will be pressed and rolled into a thin sheet. Silver chloride is nonconductive and is made conductive by superficially reducing the surface to silver by immersion in a photo-graphic developing solution. By forming a silver outer surface that is porous, no base grid need be used with silver chloride.
Any help or direction to information is appreciated so I don't have to "reinvent the wheel".