Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate

Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate

99.995% trace metals basis

Application & Uses

Lithium hydroxide monohydrate is used in preparation of other lithium salts where use of carbonate is not practical; as a catalyst in the production of alkyd resins, in esterifications. Lithium hydroxide monohydrate is also used in the production of lithium soaps, greases and sulfonates.Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate chemical offered is offered in synonyms of Lithium hydroxide, it is also offered in pure, Pharma Synthesis, LR, AR and ACS grade options.

Some of its properties include used for production of lithium greases like lithium stearate, used as heat transfer medium, used in ceramics and formulation of Portland cement, for corrosion control in alkalizing reactor coolant that is used in pressurized water reactors.

Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate is use to manufacturing Of Lithium Soap like Lithium 12- Hydroxy Stearate and Lithium Base Grasses.

Chemical Name Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate
Other Name Lithine
CAS No.1310-66-3
FormulaLiOH H2O
Colour & Physical FormWhite hygroscopic crystalline, white, yellowing, fine crystalline powder
Assay99.995% trace metals basis
Molecular Wt. 41.96 g/mol.
LiOH:56.5%min,
Na+K: 0.0200%max,
Na: 0.006%max,
Fe2O3, wt% 0.003 max,
SO4,wt% 0.06 max,
CaO, wt% 0.1 max
NaOH, wt%0.05 max
Cl, wt% 0.003max,
CO2, wt% 0.50 max
Heavy metal 0.004% max
Titration by HCL97.5 - 102.5%
Trace Metal Analysis ≤ 55.0 ppm
Solubility Soluble in water (216 mg/ml at 200C), ethanol (freely), and alcohol (slightly).
Bulk Density Loose 0.9 g/cm,Tap 1.0 g/ cm
Insoluble in HCl0.005%max
Insoluble in H2O0.030% max
Category Hazard class 8, Fatal if inhaled, Toxic if swallowed, Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.

Packing in a plastic bag lined with two layers of polyethylene bags, 25kg/bag