Lithia



[lith-ee-uh, lith-yuh] /ˈlɪθ i ə, ˈlɪθ yə/

noun
1.
Chemistry. .
/ˈlɪθɪə/
noun
1.
another name for lithium oxide
2.
lithium present in mineral waters as lithium salts

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