A study was made of the thermal decomposition of lithium peroxide under static conditions in the temperature range 270–320‡.
The formation of solid Li2O2-Li2O solution is observed up to a degree of Li2O2 conversion of approximately 50%. The apparent activation energy for the decomposition of Li2O2 is 50 kcal/mole
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Tsentsiper, A.B., Kuznetsova, Z.I. Thermal decomposition of lithium peroxide. Russ Chem Bull 14, 1873–1875 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00850186
- Activation Energy
- Thermal Decomposition
- Static Condition