Decomposed at a lower temperature, Chemistry

Why li2CO3 decomposed at a lower temperature whereas Na2CO3 at higher temp?

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Li2CO3 is less stable than the latter, due to the large difference in sizes of the Li2+ and carbonate ions.

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