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1Author    Kerstin Müller3, AntonM. Heynsb, Klaus-Jürgen Range3, M. Anfred ZabelaRequires cookie*
 Title    The Polymorphism of Alkali Metal Formates, Part 3 A Raman Spectroscopic, X-Ray and Thermoanalytical Study of the Polymorphism of Lithium Formate  
 Abstract    The crystal structure o f anhydrous lithium formate, published recently by Kansikas and Hermansson, is in fact that o f a quenchable high-temperature m odification (L iH C O O -I). The low-temperature modification L iH C O O -II can be obtained by thermal dehydration o f the monohydrate, LiHCOO-H20 , or by drying it over P4O 10. L iH C O O -II persists up to 228 C, at which temperature it transforms to L iH C O O -I, which in turn is stable up to its melting point at 272 °C. L iH C O O -I is also the m odification which crystallizes when a melt o f lithium formate is cooled down, in spite o f the fact that solidification occurs only at 165 "C, i.e. at a temperature well within the stability region o f L iH C O O -II. The Raman spectra o f the differ­ ent forms o f lithium formate are discussed in some detail. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 47b, 238 (1992); received June 10 1991 
  Published    1992 
  Keywords    Lithium Formate, Polymorphism, Raman Spectra, Crystal Structure 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1992-47b-0238 
 Volume    47