Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) is an inorganic compound, colorless monoclinic crystal or white powder, density 2.11g/cm3, melting point 723°C, soluble in dilute acid, slightly soluble in water, and more soluble in cold water than hot water It is large, insoluble in alcohol and acetone.
Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) Appearance and properties: colorless monoclinic crystal or white powder.
Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) melting point (℃): 723 (decomposition temperature is 1310℃)
Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) boiling point (℃): no data (decomposition)
Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) is slightly soluble in water, soluble in acid, but insoluble in ethanol and acetone.
Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) is used to prepare various lithium compounds, metallic lithium and its isotopes. It is also used to prepare catalysts for chemical reactions. It can be used in the fields of semiconductor, ceramics, television, medicine, and atomic energy industry. Used as an analytical reagent in analytical chemistry. Commonly used raw materials for lithium-ion batteries. Used as a setting accelerator in cement admixtures.
Lithium Carbonate (Ceramatic Grade) has other classifications as follows:
a) Industrial lithium carbonate is widely used, and can be used in fields such as atomic energy, aerospace, military industry and refrigeration, welding, lithium alloys, air-receiving and fusion reactors, and metallurgy.
b) Battery grade lithium carbonate is specially designed for the production of electrode materials and electrolyte materials for lithium primary batteries and lithium ion batteries.
c) Lithium carbonate for medicine has obvious curative effect on emotional psychosis and mania, and can also prevent mania. It is called "emotion corrector", and it can also be used to manufacture other lithium compounds used in medicine.