Chemical elements
  Lithium
    Isotopes
    Energy
    Production
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    Physical Properties
    Chemical Properties
      Lithium hydride
      Lithium chloride
      Lithium bromide
      Lithium iodide
      Lithium iodide tetrachloride
      Lithium hypochlorite
      Lithium chlorate
      Lithium perchlorate
      Lithium bromate
      Lithium iodate
      Lithium periodates
      Lithium monoxide
      Lithium peroxide
      Lithium hydroxide
      Lithium monosulphide
      Lithium polysulphides
      Lithium sulphite
      Lithium sulphate
      Lithium persulphate
      Lithium thiosulphate
      Lithium dithionate
      Lithium selenide
      Lithium selenite
      Lithium selenate
      Lithium chromate
      Lithium permanganate
      Lithium molybdates
      Lithium nitride
      Lithium hydrazoate
      Lithamide
      Lithium nitrite
      Lithium nitrate
      Lithium phosphide
      Lithium orthophosphate
      Lithium pyrophosphate
      Lithium metaphosphate
      Lithium arsenide
      Lithium meta-arsenite
      Lithium arsenate
      Lithium antimonide
      Lithium antimonate
      Lithium carbide
      Lithium carbonate
      Lithium percarbonate
      Lithium cyanide
      Lithium thiocyanate
      Lithium silicide
      Lithium silicates
      Lithium borates

Lithium nitrite, LiNO2






The monohydrate, LiNO2,H2O, is obtained by the interaction of lithium chloride and silver nitrite, and also by that of lithium sulphate and barium nitrite. It forms colourless, deliquescent needles, very soluble in water. At 0° C. its density is 1.615, and between 21° C. and 31° C. 1.671. Its molecular volume is 63.44. Under the influence of sunlight it decomposes, with formation of the red nitride. Oswald also prepared a colourless, deliquescent semi-hydrate, and proved that the colourless anhydrous salt becomes hydrated through the action of the moisture of the atmosphere.


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