Lithium Carbonate ACS Grade

Lithium Carbonate ACS grade is an additive for use in specialty glasses and ceramics that meets ACS reagent grade specifications. It contains a minimum of 99% lithium carbonate by weight.
Product Overview
Lithium Carbonate ACS and Tech grades are free-flowing, odorless white powders with a relatively fine particle size and a minimum of 99% active by weight.
Product Specifications
Molecular weight: 73.89
Density @ 20°C: 2.094 g/cm3
Melting point: 720°C
Specific heat @ 25°C: 0.315 cal/g/°C
Standard heat of formation: 290.64 kcal/mole Heat of fusion: 10.7 kcal/mole
Water solubility @ 20°C: 1.3 wt%
Particle size distribution: 95% below 45 µm
Primary Chemistry: Lithium Carbonate
Features & Benefits
Meets or exceeds the ACS reagent specifications
Lowers melting point of glass and enamel formulations
Lowers viscosity of glass and enamel formulations
Decreases the coefficient of thermal expansion of glass and ceramics


Problems Solved
Lithium carbonate availability in ACS specifications
Melting difficulties in ceramics and specialty glass applications
Thermal expansion in glass and ceramics
Uniforming and high impurities in industrial lithium carbonates
Applications
Specialty glasses applications
Low expansion ceramics
Laboratory analytical agent (ACS)
Energy storage and batter systems