- lithium (n.)
- silver-white metallic element, 1818, with element ending -ium + lithia, Modern Latin name given by Swedish chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius (1779-1848) to the earth from which it was extracted, from Greek lithos "stone" (see litho-). So called from its mineral origin and to distinguish it from two previously known alkalis of vegetable origin.
- 1. Lithium has some chemical behavior that resembles the chemistry of Mg.
- 2. The salt lithium chloride is hygroscopic.
- 3. Hydrazine perchlorate and lithium perchlorate form two eutectics.
- 4. The origin of optically induced refractive index in lithium niobate is presented.
- 5. Notebook and Tablet PC batteries are usually the Smart Lithium - Ion type.
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