Lithia

Lith'i·a (lĭth'ĭ*ȧ) noun [ New Latin , from Greek li`qos stone.] (Chemistry) The oxide of lithium; a strong alkaline caustic similar to potash and soda, but weaker. See Lithium . Lithia emerald . See Hiddenite .
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Lithia

• (n.) The oxide of lithium; a strong alkaline caustic similar to potash and soda, but weaker. See Lithium.
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Lithia

Lithia is an oxide of the metal lithium, which was at first found in a mineral called petalite. It is of a white colour, very soluble in water, acrid, caustic, and acts on colours like other alkalies.
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