In a nutshell: Bolivia is apparently running low on lithium.
Was being on the lithium responsible in some way for her being blinded to what was right in front of her eyes?
But it would probably be a mistake to think that lithium technology will get dramatically better than it currently is.
At age 15, during a reduction in his lithium dosage, Evan jumped to his death from a window.
I told Sally that, dire as this sounded, I have no time this weekend to worry about Bolivian lithium.
Bode reported that injection of irritants such as lithium salts or quinine hydrochloride had no apparent effect on the symbiotes.
Random samplings from various parts of the area show that the ash consists of magnesium, lithium, and beryllium carbonates.
A lithium bomb is nothing for a country the size of Afghanistan to let off inside its own borders.
Nor had he tried to steal any of the fusion materials—the heavy isotopes of hydrogen or any of the lithium isotopes.
Alkalies—sodium salicylate, potassium bicarbonate, liquor potassæ, and lithium carbonate.
silver-white metallic element, 1818, with element ending -ium + lithia, Modern Latin name given by Swedish chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius (1779-1848) to the earth from which it was extracted, from Greek lithos "stone" (see litho-). So called from its mineral origin and to distinguish it from two previously known alkalis of vegetable origin.
lithium lith·i·um (lĭth'ē-əm)
A soft, highly reactive metallic element. Atomic number 3; atomic weight 6.941; melting point 180°C; boiling point 1,342°C; specific gravity 0.534; valence 1.
A soft, silvery metallic element of the alkali group that occurs in small amounts in some minerals. It is the lightest of all metals and is highly reactive. Lithium is used to make alloys, batteries, glass for large telescopes, and ceramics. Atomic number 3; atomic weight 6.941; melting point 179°C; boiling point 1,317°C; specific gravity 0.534; valence 1. See Periodic Table.