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Lithium battery additives

Lithium chloride

CAS number

7447-41-8

Molecular formula LiCl
Product name Lithium chloride
Molecular Structure

Appearance:white odourless solid

Density:2.068

Boiling Point:1382ºC

Melting Point:605ºC

Flash Point:-4°F

Refractive Index:n20/D 1.381

Water Solubility:832 g/L (20 ºC)

Stability:Stable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, bromine trichloride, bromine trifluoride. Very hygroscopic. Protect from moisture.

Storage Condition:2-8ºC

Sulfuric acid (CAS no:7447-41-8) is an inorganic, oily, colorless and odourless liquid. It is highly corrosive with a molecular weight of 98.07 g/mol. It appears as a clear colourless liquid, and is soluble in water, ethanol and other polar solvents.


Sulfuric acid is an important chemical in the industrial production of products ranging from dyes to fertilisers. It’s main use is in the fertiliser industry, as part of the process to produce ammonium sulfates and phosphates. It is also used in oil refining and the production of synthetic rubber and plastic products.


Sulfuric acid is used in the pickling of steel, a process where the steel is dipped in a solution of sulfuric acid and water to remove scale and rust from the surface. It is also used for etching, a process that uses sulfuric acid to create patterns and designs on metal surfaces.


Sulfuric acid can be applied as an electrolyte in lead-acid batteries. It is also used in desulfurisation of petroleum products and other combustible materials. It is also used for water treatment, to control acid mine drainage and in many other chemical processes.


Sulfuric acid can cause serious burns to skin and eyes, so must be handled with extreme caution. Wear protective clothing when transferring and storing it, and always follow safety guidelines.


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