Handling and storage of Lithium Fluoride LiF
Lithium Fluoride LiF, is an inorganic compound, the chemical formula is LiF, is an alkali metal halide, white powder at room temperature, slightly soluble in water, insoluble in alcohol, soluble in acid, mainly used in wavelength analysis X-ray fluorescence spectrometer It is also used as a desiccant, a flux, and can also be used in the enamel industry, optical glass manufacturing, etc.
Lithium Fluoride LiF fire protection measures and spill emergency treatment
Hazardous characteristics: Lithium Fluoride LiF decomposes in case of acid, releasing corrosive hydrogen fluoride gas. In case of high heat, it will decompose and produce highly toxic fumes.
How to use Lithium Fluoride LiF
Correctly open a large amount of Lithium Fluoride LiF, which is stored in a glass ampoule. When opening, glass shavings must be strictly prevented from falling into the bottle.
Product introduction of Lithium Fluoride LiF
Lithium Fluoride LiF chemical formula LiF, white powder or cubic crystal. Melting point 848°C, point 1681°C (volatile at 1100-1200°C), solubility in water: 2.7g/L, hardly soluble in water, insoluble in alcohol, soluble in acid.