Lithium Fluoride, LiF, is typically a white inorganic compound, although it may appear colorless until ground into finer particles. Due to lithium generally being a harder material to come by, lithium fluoride is also less readily accessible. Naturally occurring lithium fluoride exists as the rare mineral gricite.
Lithium fluoride finds the most use in ceramic, chemical (especially molten salt), and optical applications.
*Along with magnesium fluoride, lithium fluoride is one of the materials that will transmit in the vacuum ultra violet range.
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