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lead dioxide

[′led dī′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
PbO2 Poisonous brown crystals that decompose when heated; insoluble in water and alcohol, soluble in glacial acetic acid; used as an oxidizing agent, in electrodes, batteries, matches, and explosives, as a textile mordant, in dye manufacture, and as an analytical reagent. Also known as anhydrous plumbic acid; brown lead oxide; lead peroxide.
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Keywords: Lead dioxide anode, Electrodeposition, Chromium(III).
Characteristics of doped lead dioxide layer deposited on titanium substrate were studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and secondary ion mass spectrometry.
1972, "The Lead Dioxide Electrode," Chemical Reviews, 72, pp.
2009, "Synthesis of Lead Dioxide Nanoparticles by the Pulsed Current Electrochemical Method," Int.
Keywords: Mixed lead dioxide, electro-catalytic activity, co-ions and n-butanol oxidation.
Platinum -- lower than lead dioxide but higher than Ru and Ir oxides
Proposal of optimum conditions for individual technological processes which would yield appropriate structures of the lead and lead dioxide active masses
Using a non-aqueous approach to primary and secondary power sources, batteries are designed using standard cathode and anode materials such as magnesium dioxide (MgO2), lead dioxide (PbO2) and silver oxide (AgO).
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