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[*] posted on 18-8-2021 at 11:03
Lithium hydride crystalline, 98% FOR SALE


We offer Lithium hydride crystalline, 98% for sale. Packing sizes from 10g to 1000g

Price for 10 gr - 6.5 USD
50 gr - 24 USD
250 gr - 112 USD
1 kg - 428 USD

Worldwide shipping (excluding Latin American countries)

Link to our internet store:
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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 00:13


How do you package it?
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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 06:53


Quote: Originally posted by draculic acid69  
How do you package it?


LiH packed in plastic bottles under argon and additionally these bottles are packed in sealed vacuum bags.
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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 07:30


I noticed this and thought it was very interesting, as hydrides have been hard to come by. But when I read up on it, it didn't seem to have the widespread application of sodium hydride. Can anyone comment on the utility of lithium hydride relative to sodium hydride?
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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 08:34


They will more or less participate in the same reactions as bases, but I think Li being a smaller atom than Na makes it more electrophilic. Also note that LiH is used as a precursor to other hydrides in addition to its use as a reagent.



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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 08:36


Quote: Originally posted by Jenks  
I noticed this and thought it was very interesting, as hydrides have been hard to come by. But when I read up on it, it didn't seem to have the widespread application of sodium hydride. Can anyone comment on the utility of lithium hydride relative to sodium hydride?


LiAlH4 can be made from lithium hydride. This reaction will also require anhydrous AlCl3 or AlBr3 as well as diethyl ether as a solvent for the hydride.
Anhydrous aluminum tribromide you can buy in our store at the link:

https://chemcraft.su/product/24300

25$ for 350g AlBr3 (sealed glass ampoule)
90$ for 1400g AlBr3 (4x350g)






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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 09:07


Quote: Originally posted by Chemcraft  
Quote: Originally posted by Jenks  
I noticed this and thought it was very interesting, as hydrides have been hard to come by. But when I read up on it, it didn't seem to have the widespread application of sodium hydride. Can anyone comment on the utility of lithium hydride relative to sodium hydride?


LiAlH4 can be made from lithium hydride. This reaction will also require anhydrous AlCl3 or AlBr3 as well as diethyl ether as a solvent for the hydride.
Anhydrous aluminum tribromide you can buy in our store at the link:
https://chemcraft.su/product/24300

25$ for 350g AlBr3 (sealed glass ampoule)


Make sure to correct the main title of auction as it says 450g instead :).
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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 11:10


I've been checking the aluminum bromide every few days for months, and it just came in! I think before it was restocked there was only one choice of 450 grams for something like $60.
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[*] posted on 20-8-2021 at 11:33


Quote: Originally posted by Jenks  
I've been checking the aluminum bromide every few days for months, and it just came in! I think before it was restocked there was only one choice of 450 grams for something like $60.


Yes, aluminum bromide arrived today.
Only $ 25 for a 350 gram ampoule.
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