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Lithium carbonate

Lithium carbonate, is an inorganic compound, chemical formula Li2CO3, molecular weight of 73.89, colorless monoclinic series crystal, slightly soluble in water, dilute acid, insoluble in ethanol, acetone.
  • odorless white powder
  • 554-13-2
  • Li2CO3
  • 209-062-5
  • Non-flammable
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SPECIFICATION


SPECIFICATION



NAME

Lithium Carbonate

Date of

manufacture:

2021.03.06

Batch No.

CZAZ20210306

ANALYSIS RESULT

ITEM

STANDARD

TEST RESULT

Purity


99.25%

Cl

0.0010%-0.10%

0.0065%

Ca


0.0002%-0.0080%


0.0043%


Mg


0.0002%-0.0080%

0.0031%

Na

0.0010%-0.40%

0.036%

Fe

0.0005%-0.060%

0.0002%

K

0.0010%-0.40%

0.0006%

SO4

0.0050%-0.80%

0.0195%

B



0.025%


HCL Insoluble


0.0050%-0.020%


0.0215%


H2O



0.069%


Granularity(um)


D10≤4.55 D50≤9.09 D90≤17.2


Conclusion: comply standard

GB/T11064-2013

 


    COA Li2CO3 superior grade(1).pdf


DESCRIPTION


DESCRIPTION


Lithium carbonate, is an inorganic compound, chemical formula Li2CO3, molecular weight of 73.89, colorless monoclinic series crystal, slightly soluble in water, dilute acid, insoluble in ethanol, acetone. The thermal stability is lower than that of the carbonate of other elements of the same group in the periodic table, which is not delirized in the air, and can be added with lithium sulfate or lithium oxide solution to sodium carbonate. Its aqueous solution can be converted into carbon dioxide into acid salt, boiling hydrolysis. Used as ceramics, glass, ferrite and other raw materials, components to spray silver paste, used in medicine to treat mental depression.


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Production

Lithium is extracted from primarily two sources: spodumene in pegmatite deposits, and lithium salts in underground brine pools. About 82,000 tons were produced in 2020, showing significant and consistent growth.





APPLICATION


APPLICATION


Lithium carbonate is an important industrial chemical. Its main use is as a precursor for compounds used in lithium-ion batteries. Glasses derived from lithium carbonate are useful in ovenware. Lithium carbonate is a common ingredient in both low-fire and high-fire ceramic glaze. It forms low-melting fluxes with silica and other materials. Its alkaline properties are conducive to changing the state of metal oxide colorants in glaze, particularly red iron oxide (Fe2O3). Cement sets more rapidly when prepared with lithium carbonate, and is useful for tile adhesives. When added to aluminium trifluoride, it forms LiF which gives a superior electrolyte for the processing of aluminium.


uses of Lithium carbonate


STORAGE



PCAKAGE


25kg/ plastic weaves bag


Lithium carbonate










STORAGE


Handle in an enclosed, controlled process. Avoid creating dust. Provide adequate ventilation if dusts are created. Avoid breathing dust or fumes. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Wash thoroughly before eating or smoking.




FAQ

FAQ


Q1: May I get sample?

A1: Free sample is available, you only need to pay freight.


Q2: How long does it take for me to get sample?

A2: Usually it will cost about 5 days after delivery.


Q3: How can I place an order?

A3: You can contact us about your order details  by E-mail, WhatsApp, Skype, etc.


Q4: How can you guarantee your products are qualified?

A4: We will test the goods and issue COA before delivery



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