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Lithium 7439-93-2 large in stock CAS NO.7439-93-2

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  • 7439-93-2
  • Lithium
  • Li

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  • ProName: Lithium 7439-93-2 large in stock
  • CasNo: 7439-93-2
  • Molecular Formula: Li
  • Appearance: soft silver metal
  • Application: metals
  • DeliveryTime: in stock
  • PackAge: drums
  • Port: Shanghai
  • ProductionCapacity: 20 Metric Ton/Month
  • Purity: 99.9%
  • Storage: dry and cool
  • Transportation: air, courier and sea
  • LimitNum: 1 Kilogram
  • Grade: Industrial Grade,Pharma Grade,Electron...

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Product Name: Litium
Synonyms: elementallithium;Li;lithium,elemental;LITHIUM PLASMA EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY STANDARD;LITHIUM, PLASMA STANDARD SOLUTION;LITHIUM PLASMA EMISSION STANDARD;LITHIUM SINGLE COMPONENT STANDARD;LITHIUM SINGLE ELEMENT STANDARD
CAS: 7439-93-2
MF: Li
MW: 6.94
EINECS: 231-102-5
Product Categories: Inorganic Chemicals;Inorganics;Alkali MetalsMetal and Ceramic Science;Lithium;Metals;Reduction;Synthetic Reagents;Alkali MetalsMaterials Science;Alternative Energy;Electrode MaterialsMetal and Ceramic Science;LSpectroscopy;AA Standard SolutionsSpectroscopy;AAS;Alphabetic;ChlorideAnalytical Standards;Matrix Selection;Reference/Calibration Standards;Single Solution;Standard Solutions;metal or element;Alkali Metals;Alternative Energy;Anode Materials;Battery Electrode Materials;Chemical Synthesis;Electrode Materials;Lithium-Ion Batteries;Materials Science;Metal and Ceramic Science;Synthetic Reagents
Mol File: 7439-93-2.mol
Litium Structure
Litium Chemical Properties
Melting point  180 °C(lit.)
Boiling point  1342 °C(lit.)
density  0.534 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
storage temp.  water-free area
form  wire
Water Solubility  REACTS
Merck  13,5542
Stability: Stability Stable, but reacts violently with water. Store under oil.
CAS DataBase Reference 7439-93-2(CAS DataBase Reference)
NIST Chemistry Reference Lithium(7439-93-2)
EPA Substance Registry System Lithium(7439-93-2)
Safety Information
Hazard Codes  Xi,C,F
Risk Statements  36/38-34-14/15-23
Safety Statements  8-43-45-43C-36/37/39-26
RIDADR  UN 3264 8/PG 3
WGK Germany  2
RTECS  OJ5540000
F  10
TSCA  Yes
HazardClass  4.3
PackingGroup  I
Hazardous Substances Data 7439-93-2(Hazardous Substances Data)

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Chemical Properties soft silver metal
General Description A soft silvery metal that is normally grayish white due to oxide formation. Spontaneous ignition is likely if heated to melting point.
Air & Water Reactions Highly flammable. Is readily ignited by and reacts with most extinguishing agents such as water, carbon dioxide, and carbon tetrachloride [Mellor 2, Supp 2:71. 1961]. Reacts with water to form caustic Litium hydroxide and hydrogen gas (H2). Litium is spontaneously flammable in air if heated to 180°C if the surface of the metal is clean.
Reactivity Profile Burns in air, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide. The reactions can become extremely violent at higher temperatures. The disposition to ignite of surfaces of molten Litium exposed to any of these gases is increased by the presence of Litium oxides and nitrides. Litium reacts avidly with water to generate gaseous hydrogen and a solution of Litium hydroxide (a caustic). Contact with halogenated hydrocarbons can produce extremely violent reactions, especially on impact [Haz. Chem. Data 1966]. Boron trifluoride reacts with incandescence when heated with Litium [Merck 11th ed. 1989]. Maleic anhydride decomposes explosively in the presence of Litium [Chemical Safety Data Sheet SD-88. 1962, Chem. Haz. Info. Series C-71. 1960]. Chlorine vapors and Litium react producing a luminous flame [Mellor 2, Supp. 1:380. 1956]. The product of the reaction between Litium and carbon monoxide, Litium carbonyl, detonates violently with water, igniting the gaseous products [Mellor 2, Supp. 2:84. 1961]. The reaction of Litium and ferrous sulfide starts around 260°C with subsequent rise in temperature to 950° C [Mellor 2, Supp. 2:80. 1961]. A truck, which was carrying Litium batteries, sodium dithionite and derivatives of cyanide, caught fire; multiple explosions occurred as the cargo was exposed to the air.
Health Hazard Contact with eyes causes caustic irritation or burn. Incontact with skin Litium reacts with body moisture to cause chemical burns: foil, ribbon, and wire react relatively slowly.

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