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Ceramics and special glass formulations, carbon dioxide absorbent.Lithium oxide is used as a flux in ceramic glazes, co-dopant with yttria in the zirconia ceramic top coat and as the cathode in the lithium ion batteries, which is used in power electronic devices like mobile phones, laptop computers and battery-powered cars. It is also used to prepare lithium hydroxide and lithium metal by electrolysis.
Gallo, L. S. A.; Mosca, T. D. M.; Teider, B. H.; Polyakova, I.; Rodrigues, A. C. M.; Zanotto, E. D.; Fokin, V. M. Effects of lithium oxide on the crystallization kinetics of Na2O· 2CaO· 3SiO2 glass. J. Non-Cryst. Solids 2015, 408, 102-114.
Jamil, S. M.; Othman, M. H. D.; Rahman, M. A.; Jaafar, J.; Ismail, A. F.; Mohamed, M. A. Role of lithium oxide as a sintering aid for a CGO electrolyte fabricated via a phase inversion technique. RSC Adv. 2015, 5 (72), 58154-58162.
Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H314-H318
Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. Causes serious eye damage.
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