|Atomic Number of Lithium
|Atomic Symbol of Lithium
|Atomic Weight of Lithium
|Color of Lithium
||silvery gray white
|Density of Lithium
||.535 g/cubic centimeter
|Melting Point of Lithium
||180 degrees C / 357 degrees F
|Boiling Point of Lithium
||1342 degrees C / 2448 degrees F
|Lithium State At Room Temp
|Classification of Lithium
|Date Lithium Was Discovered
|Facts on Lithium
||Lithium is the lightest of all metals. Lithium is the first alkali metal in the periodic chart.
It is soft but can be combined with other metals to form strong, light alloys.
Many batteries today are made of lithium.
Lithium appears naturally on earth mostly in compounds because it is highly reactive with other elements.
Lithium is toxic to human beings.