Lithium By: Riley Davis

Atomic number: 3

Atomic mass: 6.94

It’s the lightest solid metal, it’s soft, silvery-white, with a low melting point and very reactive.

Lithium can be found in lithium minerals of igneous rocks and from lithium chloride salts located in brine pools. The largest production of lithium can be found in Australia near Perth, Chile, the salt lakes near Tibet and Qinghai and in the State of Nevada.

It is located in he group of Alkali metal!

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Created with images by cortixxx - "chain rust iron" • Science Activism - "003 Lithium - Periodic Table of Elements" • Sea Moon - "Lithium Floats..." • perezvdaniel - "121Alkali Metals"

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