Lithium hydroxide monohydrate
- Formula: LiOH.H2O
- Hill system formula: H3Li1O2
- CAS registry number: [1310-66-3]
- Formula weight: 41.964
- Class: complex
- Colour: white
- Appearance: crystalline solid
- Melting point:
- Boiling point:
- Density: 1510 kg m-3
The following are some synonyms of lithium hydroxide monohydrate:
- lithium hydroxide monohydrate
- lithium(I) hydroxide monohydrate
- lithium hydroxide 1-water
The oxidation number of lithium in lithium hydroxide monohydrate is 1.
One way to prepare lithium(I) hydroxide is the reaction between lithium (I) sulphate and barium hydroxide, Ba(OH)2.
Li2SO4(aq) + Ba(OH)2(aq) → 2LiOH(aq) + BaSO4(s)
The table shows element percentages for LiOH.H2O (lithium hydroxide monohydrate).
Isotope pattern for LiOH.H2O
The chart below shows the calculated isotope pattern for the formula LiOH.H2O with the most intense ion set to 100%.
The data on these compounds pages are assembled and adapted from the primary literature and several other sources including the following.
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