A number of static lithium corrosion experiments have been performed over the last several decades. However, not many have been performed for extended periods of time at PFC relevant temperatures or utilizing modern analysis techniques. Materials Attacked by Lithium Corrosion Experiment (MALICE) aims to perform extend (>2000 hr) static lithium corrosion tests at a temperature of 300C. A variety of materials are to be tested, including stainless steels, refractory metals, and incoloys, each possessing some use in fusion applications. Samples are characterized using a variety of optical and chemical techniques, including surface profilometry, ICP-OES, SIMS, FIB, and EDS.