highest-k tubing that won't corrode in Lithium Chloride?

seek tubing that won't corrode in strong solutions of Lithium Chloride, but conducts heat very well. For service in auto/truck exhaust
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dances_with snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

Corrosion resistance will also depend on whether there is oxygen (early and middle transition metals vanish), carbon monoxide (middle and late transition metals vanish), or hydrogen (ferrous embrittlement) present. Will there be contamination by transition metal ions like iron or copper? Pitting!
Sintered beryllium oxide, silicon carbide, or alumina come to mind. Hastelloy C-2000. Oh yeah... Is this Enviro-whiner spew or does the cost matter?
Lithium is massively toxic. Small doses cause mental aberrations and depression. Googole "green death" corrosion 430 hits "green death" pitting 311 hits "yellow death" corrosion 41 hits "yellow death" pitting 23 hits
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