lead chromate


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Related to lead chromate: lead carbonate, Barium chromate, lead bromide, Potassium chromate

lead chromate

[′led ′krō‚māt]
(inorganic chemistry)
PbCrO4 Poisonous, water-insoluble yellow crystals melting at 844°C; soluble in acids; used as a paint pigment.

lead chromate

One of a series of opaque pigments, orange to yellow in color, with high tinting strength.
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As they age, the small lead chromate particles are completely reduced to chromium oxide, while larger ones maintain a core of lead chromate that is coated in a shell of chromium oxide.
lead chromate > iron oxide > titanium dioxide > phthalocyanine blue), as well as their concentration.
Working with C3H/10T1/2 cells, Patierno et al (12) showed that only particulate lead chromate could induce neoplastic transformation while soluble sodium chromate could not.
Wide range of inorganic pigments include ultramarine blue, lead chromates, chrome oxide, iron oxide, pearlescents, phosphoroescents, luminescents, cadmium, mixed metal oxides, titanium dioxide and predispersed flush pigments.
The intake of lead chromate, added as a colourant to chilli powder, results in epigastricpain, anaemia, nausea and constipation due to lead toxicity.
Also reported were asbestos in roof patching or cement, benzene (pure form) for drying leather, benzene in gasoline/fuel or in cleaners, lead chromate in paint for maintenance and in glazes for an art class, and sodium dichromate in floorstripper.
For a small volume of products, lead chromate was used to make bright colored products with excellent UV resistance.
Tenders are invited for Supply of lead chromate to specn.
BASF is going to stop producing lead chromate pigments by the end of 2014 at the latest and concentrate worldwide on the production and marketing of alternatine products the company said.
BASF has announced plans to discontinue the production of lead chromate pigments by the end of 2014.
ATLANTA, June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Synthetic turf test results released by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services (NJDHSS) on June 3rd confirmed lead chromate levels are well below that necessary to cause harm to children and athletes using the popular playing field surfaces.
Many companies are now offering hybrid pigments as replacements for lead chromate and lead molybdate-containing formulations.