RE: Lithium Carbonate Handbook of chem and Phys

From:"Monson, Frederick C."

CRC Handbook says, solubility of Li2CO3 is 1.54g/100ml of cold water (less
in HOT?????).

How does anyone function in a lab without one of these books at hand.  I
haven't been without one since I was 15, and that was in 1954!  Oops!
Didn't take it with me to Pleasure Island and beyond when I traveled with
the Corps in the '60's.  So, I didn't have it with me when I carried light
arms, but I was never without it when I have been armed with spatulas.  

Regards to all,

Fred Monson

> ----------
> From: 	Toy Bridgman
> Sent: 	Wednesday, January 30, 2002 9:35 AM
> To:
> Subject: 	Lithium Carbonate
> Hey guys,
> Could someone tell me how to make a 1% Lithium Carbonate solution?  I
> think that
> there is suppose to be alcohol in it, but I can't find a recipe for how
> much.  I
> need to make about 500 ml of solution.  Thanks.
> Toy Bridgman
> St. Mary's Hospital
> Enid, OK

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