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Lithium carbonate and its inorganic derivatives such as lithium bromide, lithium fluoride, and lithium nitrate are majorly used in the manufacturing of lithium batteries and production of pharmaceuticals.
Lithium carbonate when treated with aluminum trifluoride produces LiF (Lithium Fluoride), which is used as high grade electrolyte for the processing of aluminum.
In an LFTR, a chamber is filled with a molten salt such as lithium fluoride at several hundred degrees Celsius, with the thorium and a small amount of fissile U-233 dissolved in it for fuel.
"When lithium ions are inserted into FeF3, the material is converted to iron and lithium fluoride," said Sooyeon Hwang, a co-author of the paper and a scientist at Brookhaven's Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN).
The role of thermoluminescent detectors (TLD) based on lithium fluoride (LiF) in ionizing radiation field dosimetry is recognized and widely used by many dosimetry services in Poland and abroad [1-4].