Used in molten salt chemistry and metallurgy, brazing fluxes, acts as a catalyst for organic oxidation reactions, is an electrolyte in dry cells used in low temperatures and is a stabilizer in textile fiber spinning solutions.
Lithium Chloride is an ionic salt available in Purified, Technical, ACS grades and a 40% solution. The uniquely small size of the Li+ ion gives rise to unique properties not seen in other alkali metal chlorides, such as extraordinary solubility in polar solvents and hygroscopic properties. Molecular weight 42.40 Density @ 25°C 2.068 g/cm3 Melting Point 608°C Boiling Point 1382°C Specific heat @ 25°C 0.288 cal/g/°C Standard heat of formation -97.70 kcal/mole Heat of solution @ 18°C -8.49 kcal/mole Heat of fusion 4.7 kcal/mole Water solubility @ 25°C 45.4 wt % Brazing fluxes, catalyst for organic oxidation reactions, electrolyte in dry cells used in low temperatures, and stabilizer in textile fiber spinning solutions. Solubilizer for polyamides and cellulose when used with amide solvents, chlorinating agent for steroid agents. Desiccant for drying applications, tracer in wastewater.
Lithium Fluoride is an electrolyte salt used in various industrial applications and contains a minimum 98.5% wt% of active ingredient.
Lithium fluoride is most widely used as a flux in the production of ceramics, such as enamels, glasses and glazes. Similarly it is also used in brazing and welding fluxes and molten salt chemistry in metallurgy. Powerful flux in enamels, glasses and glazers, ingredient in brazing and welding fluxes, molten salt chemistry and metallurgy, and heat sink material.
Lutron® HF 1 is a highly miscible polyglycol ether that is commonly used as a basic brightener, flux and heat-transfer fluid for the plastic and soldering industries.
Lutron® HF 1 is a modified polyglycol ether. It is used in plastics processing and in the production of printed circuit boards. Possesses high flash point and it is stable at high temperatures. Lutron® HF 1 is basic brightener for acid zinc and copper. Physical Form: Clear, Colorless or Yellowish liquid Water Content: <0.5 % Density: 1.13–1.17 g/cm3 Viscosity: 220–280 mm2/s Flash Point: >290 °C Pour Point: <39 °C Ignition Temperature: 390°C
Lutron® HF 8 is used in the production of printed circuit boards to formulate fluxes used in hot-dip tin coating processes employing hot-air levelling.
Lutron® HF 8 has a very high flash point and it is very stable at high temperatures. Fluxes based on Lutron HF 8 have an excellent wetting effect on printed circuit boards and any residue after processing are very easy to wash off. Physical Form: Clear, Yellowish Liquid Water Content: <0.5% Density: 1.08 –1.12 g/cm3 Setting Point: –15 °C Flash Point: >280 °C Viscosity: 400 – 450 mm2/s
Lutron® KS 1 is a highly miscible polyglycol ether that is commonly used as a basic brightener for zinc, flux and heat-transfer fluid for the plastic and soldering industries.
Lutron® KS 1 is miscible with water in all proportions. It is nonionic, and is therefore not affected by water hardness. This product is also an effective, low-viscosity alternative to Lutron® HF 3. Physical Form: Clear, Colorless or Yellowish Liquid Water Content: <0.5 % Density: 1.13 –1.17 g/cm 3 Viscosity: 460 – 560 mm 2/s Flash Point: >300°C Pour Point: –17 °C Ignition Temperature: 415 °C
for plating plastics
Lutron® Q 75 is used in the electronics and electroplating industries as a complexing agent in electroless copper plating baths at a concentration of 10 – 30 g/l. It is mainly used in the production of printed circuit boards and...
The complexing power of Lutron® Q 75 for copper is similar to that of EDTA in the alkaline pH range (pH 12). It can be applied alone or in combination with neutralized Trilon® BS. Color: Colorless to Yellowish pH: value: 10-11 Pour Point: -24 °C Onset Boiling: 100 °C Vapor Pressure: 23.4 mbar Density: 1.05g/cm3
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