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Synonyms: Lithium chloride, Lithium(1+) chloride, Lithium monochloride, Lithium Chloride Anhydrous, Lithium chloride (LiCl), lithium(1+) ion chloride

EC / List no.: 231-212-3
CAS no.: 7447-41-8

Mol. formula: ClLi

LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is a white inorganic compound used in the following products: Coating products, metal surface treatment products, non-metal-surface treatment products, adhesives and sealants, inks and toners, pH regulators and water treatment products, photo-chemicals, polishes and waxes, and welding & soldering products.

LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is used in batteries, air treatment, and other applications. 

LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is also used for the production of lithium metal by electrolysis, and it is also used as a brazing flux for aluminum in automobile parts. 

LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is highly hygroscopic and is commonly used in dehumidification systems in food processing and horticulture sectors to remove moisture from the air.

LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS, one of the most well-known mood stabilizers with antisuicidal effects, is currently being utilized as an agent for acute mania and as a maintenance treatment for bipolar disorder.

LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is a flame colorant to form dark crimson flames.
LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is used in the precipitation of RNA in biological applications.
LITHIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS is an aluminum blazing flux in automobile parts.
Lithium Chloride Anhydrous is used for soldering, welding techniques, and salt bath heat treatment at low temperatures.
Lithium Chloride Anhydrous is used in massive dehumidification systems in the Air Conditioning industry. 
This depends on the low equilibrium pressure of vapor above Lithium Chloride solutions.

Lithium Chloride Anhydrous is a standard ionic compound and an aluminum brazing flux in automotive applications. 
Lithium Chloride is a source used for lithium metal electrolysis. 

Lithium Chloride Anhydrous is employed as a desiccant in the drying of air streams. 

In organic synthesis, Lithium Chloride is often utilized as an addition. 

Lithium Chloride is used in biochemical applications to extract RNA from cellular samples. 

Lithium Monochloride's industry has grown due to its uses and the cost-effective extraction and processing of lithium hydroxide from salts, rocks, and pegmatite. 

The hygroscopic salt lithium Chloride is employed in fluxes, dehumidification, and zeolites. 

LiCl is distinguished by its weak melting point and ionic solid conductivity.
This makes it a good component for thermal barriers in molten salt electrolytes.

Lithium Chloride is primarily used in the electrolysis of lithium metal. 

LITHIUM CHLORIDE is an aluminum brazing flux in-vehicle component and a desiccant to dry air streams. 
Lithium Chloride is also used in various electronics industries, manufacturing lithium-ion batteries, and pharmaceutical drugs such as antimanic agents.

Lithium Chloride is used as an electrolyte in batteries or further processed to manufacture lithium metal for lead and magnesium alloys, lithium hydride for high-purity silane, and lithium nitride is used as a catalyst.

Chemical formula: LiCl
Molar mass: 42.39 g·mol−1
Appearance: white solid hygroscopic, sharp
Density: 2.068 g/cm3
Melting point: 605–614 °C 
Boiling point: 1,382 °C 
Solubility in water: 84.25 g/100 mL (25 °C)

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