|Synonyms||Lithchips; Dilithium Carbonate; Carbonic Acid|
Lithium carbonate is derived from lithium raw materials in which materials are converted from spodumene (mineral), brine, and waste streams of other lithium compounds.
- Rapid curing agent in silica-based cement and mortar (f.e. tile grout; self-leveling flooring compound)
- Precursor in lithium-ion battery manufacturing (rechargeable battery)
- Alkaline flux in ceramics manufacturing
- Heat resistance agent in special glass manufacturing (f.e. telescope mirror)
- Raw material in aluminum-lithium alloy manufacturing
- Lithium carbonate is available in battery and technical grades.
Under proper storage conditions, the shelf life is 12 months.
Lithium carbonate (Li2CO3) is stable at room temperature.
Health & Safety
Detailed information on the product described can be found in our relevant Health and Safety Information (Material Safety Data Sheet).