lithium

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Lithium

Lithium (from λίθος lithos, `stone`) is a chemical element with symbol Li and atomic number 3. It is a soft, silver-white metal belonging to the alkali metal group of chemical elements. Under standard conditions it is the lightest metal and the least dense solid element. Like all alkali metals, lithium is highly reactive and flammable. For .....
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Lithium

• (n.) A metallic element of the alkaline group, occurring in several minerals, as petalite, spodumene, lepidolite, triphylite, etc., and otherwise widely disseminated, though in small quantities.
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lithium

(Li) (lith´e-әm) a chemical element, atomic number 3, atomic weight 6.939. lithium carbonate a psychotropic drug used to treat acute manic attacks in bipolar disorder and, when given on a maintenance basis, to prevent the recurrence of manic-depressive episode...
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lithium

(Li) Li. Element 3, atomic weight 6.939. The lightest alkali metal, used in special-purpose metal alloys and other industrial applications.
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lithium

Li noun a soft silver-white univalent element of the alkali metal group; the lightest metal known; occurs in several minerals
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lithium

(Li) A sample of lithium freshly cut A soft, silvery, reactive metallic element. Lithium is the lightest of all metals and the least reactive of the alkali metals, which occur in group I of the periodic table. Some lithium is recovered from the mineral spodumene. Comm...
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lithium

(Li) Type: Term Pronunciation: lith′ē-ŭm Definitions: 1. An element of the alkali metal group, atomic no. 3, atomic wt. 6.941. Many of its salts have clinical applications.
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Lithium

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Lithium

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Lithium

[label] Lithium was a French indie rock label, founded by Vincent Chauvier in the early 90`s. It has ceased to exist in 2004. == Some artists == ...
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Lithium

[medication] Lithium compounds are used as a psychiatric medication. A number of salts of lithium are used as mood-stabilizing drugs, primarily in the treatment of bipolar disorder, where they have a role in the treatment of depression and particularly of mania, both acutely and in the long term. As a mood stabilizer, lithium is probably mo...
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Lithium

[PHP framework] Lithium is a full-stack web application framework, for producing web applications. It is written in PHP, supporting PHP 5.3 and onwards and is based on the model–view–controller development architecture. It is described as adhering to no-nonsense philosophies. ==History== In October 2009, CakePHP project manager Garrett ...
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Lithium

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Lithium

Lith'i·um (lĭth'ĭ*ŭm) noun [ New Latin , from Greek li`qeios of stone, from li`qos stone.] (Chemistry) A metallic element of the alkaline group, occurring in several minerals, as petalite, spodumene, lepidolite, triphylite, etc., and otherwise widely dis...
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lithium

a drug commonly used to treat manic-depressive illness
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lithium

A soft metal. Lithium salts are used to treat certain mental disorders, especially bipolar (manic depressive) disorder. Lithium salts include lithium carbonate and lithium citrate.
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lithium

chemical element of Group 1 (also called Group Ia) in the periodic table, the alkali metal group, lightest of the solid elements. The metal ... [15 related articles]
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lithium

Disposable batteries using lithium chemistry are gaining in popularity because of their light weight, high energy density, and shelf life of ten years. Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries, as used in the Strion, combine high capacity with small size and light weight.
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Lithium

Element 3, atomic weight 6.939. The lightest alkali metal, used in special-purpose metal alloys and
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lithium

in pharmacology, drug that is the primary treatment for bipolar disorder. Given primarily in its carbonate form, lithium is highly effective in ... [4 related articles]
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lithium

lithium (lith'ēum) [Gr.,=stone], metallic chemical element; symbol Li; at. no. 3; at. wt. 6.941; m.p. about 180.54°C; b.p. about 1,342°C; sp. gr. .534 at 20°C; valence +1. Lithium is a soft, silver-white metal. It is one of the alkali metals in Group 1 of the periodic table. It...
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Lithium

Lithium is a metal element with the symbol Li and an atomic weight 7. It is an alkali metal resembling sodium, and was first prepared by Sir Henry Davy in the electrolysis of fused lithium chloride. It is of a silver-white lustre, but quickly tarnishes in the air. Lithium may be cut with a knife, but it is scarcely so soft as potassium or sodium; i...
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Lithium

Lithium is a soft, silver metal, and is the first member of the alkali group of metals. It is the lightest of all metals and, whilst resembling sodium chemically, it is less active. As is the case for other alkali group elements, it is obtained by the electrolysis of the fused halides. Lithium reacts slowly in water and in air where it eventually f...
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Lithium

Lithium salts, particularly lithium carbonate is a traditional first-line treatment for bipolar disorder. Even with optimal treatment, many people with bipolar disorder do not achieve full remission and will experience recurring symptoms.
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