Synthesis and properties of lithium peroxide monoperoxyhydrate Li2O2·H2O2
The decomposition of Li2O2·H2O2·2H2O to lithium peroxide at 50 and 75°C proceeds with intermediate formation of the compounds Li2O2·H2O2·H2O and Li2O2·H2O2.
Optimum conditions for the synthesis of Li2O2·H2O2 were found.
It was shown by the PMR method that the compound Li2O2·H2O2 (or lithium hydroperoxide, LiOOH) has a lithium peroxide monoperoxyhydrate structure.
Compounds with the composition Li2O2·H2O2·2H2O and Li2O2·2H2O2 also should be considered as products of crystallization addition of H2O2 and H2O to Li2O2.
KeywordsH2O2 Crystallization Peroxide Lithium Optimum Condition
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