lead carbonate


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lead carbonate

[′led ′kär·bə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
PbCO3 Poisonous, acid-soluble white crystals decomposing at 315°C; insoluble in alcohol and water; used as a paint pigment.
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The same suite of lead carbonates and other secondary lead minerals was found in the plant foodstuffs as in the ores, soils, and sweep samples (Figure 1B).
it obviously could not have normally anticipated liability for the past actions of a predecessor company), the risk contribution rule cannot pass constitutional muster even for those who participated in the lead carbonate pigment market historically.
5% lead carbonate without a top cover, but the kits were unable to detect the presence of lead in any of the paint samples that had a non-leaded paint top cover.
Like DES plaintiffs, Thomas "is unable to identify the precise producer of the white lead carbonate pigment he ingested at his prior residences due to the generic nature of the pigment, the number of producers, the lack of pertinent records, and the passage of time," Judge Louis Buffer Jr.
Without lead there could be no white lead carbonate pigment.
A line of lead carbonate pigment dispersions, trademarked Iriodin, are also offered.
Tenders are invited for Lead Carbonate Per Pack -250 Gms, Make- Loba/Praxair/Sigma-Aldrich Specification As Per Annexure
Table 1--Oil Absorption Values for Selected Pigments--Rubout Method Pigment Oil Absorption Value Basic lead carbonate 9-12 Barium sulfate (Barytes) 10-20 Barium sulfate (Blanc Fixe) 15 Calcium carbonate 16-18 Zinc oxide 17-20 Red iron oxide 20 Uncoated titanium dioxide 11 Amorphous silica 29 China clay 30 Phthalocyanine blue 34 Milori blue 51 Lampblack 51 Carbon black (medium) 124 Diatomaceous earth 196 Data from a variety of sources.
Encapsulated stabilizers are available in lead carbonate, sulfate and phthalategrades to reduce generation of dust during handling and compounding.