lithium bromide

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lith·i·um bro·mide

LiBr; a white deliquescent powder, used as a sedative and hypnotic.
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The derivatives of lithium carbonate, such as lithium bromide, are used in air conditioning as a salt for absorption chilling.
In the energy supply infrastructure, the energy supply and storage equipment include micro turbines, hot water tank, Lithium Bromide refrigeration units, chilled water tank, electrical heater, electrical heating storage tank, battery, and distributed solar system.
Valley Cottage, NY, May 21, 2017 --( Lithium bromide is a hygroscopic white crystalline organic compound.
The evaporated refrigerant is next absorbed by a secondary liquid (lithium bromide) in the absorber.
An alternative absorbent (LiBr: CH[O.sub.2]K=2: 1 by mass ratio) and refrigerant (H2O) to replace the absorbent is currently employed (i.e., lithium bromide was studied [De Lucas et al.
Among the topics are the numerical analysis of heat transfer in a flow confined by wire screen in a lithium bromide absorption process, the diffusion phenomenon of a pollutant flowing into a lagoon, an experimental study of internal forced convection in ferrofluid flow in porous media, energy transfer and fluid flow around a massive astrophysical object, and the numerical investigation of the viscous dissipation term on two-dimensional heat transfer.
Binary liquids composed of water and ionic soluble salts such as lithium bromide (LiBr) are among the chemical sorbents for applications such as absorption refrigeration.
Most of the studies reported in the literature have focused on the analysis of a single effect or a double effect absorption chiller, by including the fluid pair lithium bromide and water (LiBr/[H.sub.2]O) [5-10].
I read in a recent report that absorption chillers, which nearly all use water as the refrigerant fluid and lithium bromide as the absorber, account for more than two-thirds of all chiller sales worldwide.
An improvement in the oxidative addition procedure was observed when using iodine along with 1.0 equivalent of lithium bromide. After stirring at 80 ~ 90[degrees]C for 24 h, 2,5-dibromo-3-hexylthiophene was totally converted to the corresponding organozinc reagent intermediate (I), which consisted of an 85 : 15 ratio of regioisomers.
Talking about solar bases air conditioners DG PCRET informed that it is lithium bromide based absorption chiller integrated with solar water heating system for ac and a similar system is under design phase at solar energy institute of kebangsaan university, Malaysia.