Yes, though operation for 30 years means everything has time to accumulate, unlike in solid fuel reactors.What really matters is to what degree these elements formed,
Why is the slight difference between 233 and 235 products relevant to the point, which is that a broad swath of periodic table is dumped into the salt over time via fission products?your statement is too broad and your link is for fissioning U235 not U233
Why not? In addition swath of fission products, there are other paths for the introduction of elements in elemental form, including the elements from the salt itself - lithium, beryllium, fluorine - then higher Z elements formed from neutron capture of those elements, the decay daughter products of the fission products, carbon from the moderator, and so on.You had asked:
"Does this mean a chemical analysis the interaction of most of the elements in the periodic table against Hasteloy N must be done under LFTR conditions?"