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symbol Li Atomic number:3 Atomic mass:6.94 Isotopes Li-7 Isotopes Li-6 Ions : 1+ Group 1 Period.2
Johann Arfvedson is Swedish
Interesting Facts: Lithium is the lightest known metal ( like a feather) It can make batteries it also can reacts water and sodium it also releases Hydrogen gas.
Found in Greece
The Physical properties of Lithium is to the left.
Bibliography "Chemical Elements.com - Lithium (Li)." Chemical Elements.com - An Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Nov
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