lithium oxide

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lithium oxide

n.
A strongly alkaline white powder, Li2O, which readily absorbs carbon dioxide and water, used in ceramics and glass. Also called lithia.

lithium oxide

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white crystalline compound. It absorbs carbon dioxide and water vapour
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74 Li20 over 15 meters reported by HLM January 10, 2013, the program has also identified tantalum (Ta), niobium (Nb), and tin (Sn) oxides in a distinct pegmatite zone as discussed below:
74 Li20 over 15 meters encountered and reported recently, these strong tantalum grades from the program entrench the Pakeagama Lake pegmatite as a leading exploration target for rare metals.
23% Li20, for a contained resource of 310,000 tonnes of lithium oxide.