Lithium fluoride stands as an inorganic compound, with the chemical formula LiF. This is a colorless & odorless solid compound with a bitter-saline taste. Its structure is analogous to that of sodium chloride and is less water-soluble. Mainly utilized as an element of molten salts, the placement of LiF from the elements takes out one of the highest energy in every mass of reactants.Applications:
1) In molten salts : Utilized as the diffracting or splitting crystal in X-ray spectrometry.
2) Radiation detectors : Utilized as the way to record ionizing radiation vulnerability from beta particles, gamma rays and neutrons.
3) Nuclear reactors : Being enriched with common isotope lithium-7, it forms the basic element of the preferable fluoride salt concoction utilized in liquid-fluoride nuclear apparatuses.
4) Cathode for OLED and PLED : Widely employed in PLED as well as OLED by working as the coupling layers to heighten electron injection.
5) Natural occurrence : Natural occurring of lithium fluoride is best-known as the mineral griceite, but this natural occurrence is rare.Function:
Welding & Soldering Flux, Glaze, Additive, Synthetic Crystals, Heat Exchange MediaSpecifications:Product
: Lithium FluorideCAS No
: LiFMolecular Weight
: 25.94 g/molDensity
: 2.635 g/cm3Melting Point
: Industrial Flux, Construction, Refractory, Glass, CeramicClass
: Catalyst, Industrial Products, CoatingGrade
: Crystaline, Chemically Pure, Micronize, Technical, Powder