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Lithium Fluoride (LiF) 99.999% 5N Granules,  MSE Supplies LLC

Lithium Fluoride (LiF) 99.999% 5N Granules

  • $ 25900


Lithium Fluoride, LiF, 99.999% 5N High Purity Granules

  • Product Number: PO3304 (50 g), PO3305 (100 g), PO3306 (1 kg)
  • Formula: LiF
  • CAS Number: 7789-24-4
  • Molecular Weight: 25.94  g/mol
  • Density: 2.64 g/cm³ at 25°C
  • Melting Point: 845°C
  • Color: white granules
  • Size: typically smaller than 10mm
  • Solubility: In water 0.127 g/100 mL (18 °C), 0.134 g/100 mL (25 °C). Soluble in HF, Insoluble in alcohol.
  • Purity: 99.999% 5N (trace metals basis)

Typical Analysis

                                          Trace Metals Analysis (ppm wt)

Be  <0.01

Ge  <0.05

Nd  <0.01

B   <0.01

As  <0.05

Sm  <0.01

Na  0.05

Se  <0.5

Eu  <0.01

Mg  0.16

Br  <0.05

Gd  <0.05

Al  0.03

Rb  <0.05

Tb  <0.01

Si  <0.01

Sr  <0.05

Dy  <0.01

P  <0.01

Y  <0.01

Ho  <0.01

S  <0.05

Zr <0.05

Er  <0.01

Cl  <0.01

Nb  <0.50

Tm  <0.01

K  <0.5

Mo  <0.20

Yb  <0.05

Ca  <0.1

Ag  <0.5

Lu  <0.05

Sc  <0.01

Cd  <0.5

Hf  <0.05

Ti  <0.01

In  <0.1

W  <0.20

V  <0.01

Sn  <0.05

Re  <0.05

Cr  <0.05

Sb  <0.05

Os  <0.05

Mn  0.02

Te  <0.05

Ir  <0.05

Fe  0.12

I  <0.5

Pt  <0.1

Co  <0.01

Cs  <0.05

Au  <0.5

Ni  <0.01

Ba  <0.05

Hg  <0.5

Cu  <0.01

La  <0.01

Tl  <0.01

Zn  <0.05

Ce  <0.01

Pb  <0.05

Ga  <0.01

Pr  <0.01

 

Trace metals analysis method: GDMS

 

Applications 

LiF (Lithium Fluoride) high purity (99.999%) granules are used in ceramics, glass, optics (deep UV transparency), batteries as a solid state electrolyte, and optoelectronics. High purity LiF granules can be used as an evaporation material in vacuum deposition.

Notes: More detailed product information including SDS, certificate of analysis (COA), lead time and volume pricing are available upon request.

References

Color Centers Formation in Lithium Fluoride Nanocubes Doped with Different Elements. N. Salah, S.S. Babkair, and A. Azam. Journal of Nanomaterials Vol. 2013, Article # 872074, 2013.

Alternating Current Driven Organic Light Emitting Diodes Using Lithium Fluoride Insulating Layers. S-Y. Liu, J-H. Chang, I-W. Wen, and C-I. Wu. Scientific Reports Vol 4, Pg. 7559, 2014.

Synthesis of Lithium Fluoride from Spent Lithium Ion Batteries. D.S. Suares, E.G. Pinna, G.D. Rosales, and M.H. Rodriguez. Minerals Vol. 7(5), Pg 81, 2017.