lead nitrate

lead nitrate

[′led ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Pb(NO3)2 Strongly oxidizing, poisonous, water- and alcohol-soluble white crystals that decompose at 205-223°C; used as a textile mordant, paint pigment, and photographic sensitizer and in medicines, matches, explosives, tanning, and engraving.
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Others demonstrated their talents in the fields of making black soap and its health benefits, sink and float oranges, producing hydrogen gas from aluminum, water and sodium hydroxide, how to make air cool at home, and preparatory reaction between potassium iodide and lead nitrate, among others.
who gave different doses of lead nitrate to young albino rats and noted reduced number of nuclei in their testes and kidneys, proposed to be due to the oxidative stress-induced necrosis and apoptosis.
This time different concentrations of the lead (0, 100, 200 and 400 micromole in a liter of lead nitrate were added to the food solutions according to the label of each container.
Seeds were germinated in concentrations of 0, 250, 500, and 1000 ppm of each metal; lead nitrate and cadmium nitrate.
Electrodeposits of PbO2 and PbO2 + Ce2O3 on Stainless Steel: Potential - Current responses for the electrodeposition of Lead dioxide on stainless steel with and without incorporation of Cerium oxide from Lead nitrate 10 mM and Lead nitrate 10 mM containing Cerium nitrate 1 mM and 0.
The common lead compounds such as lead acetate and lead nitrate are very dangerous because of their high solubility in water.
5,7,14,16] Mode of action of lead nitrate rendering thyroid dysfunction has been worked out by estimating hepatic type's 5'- monodeiodinase (5'-D) enzyme activity in Clarias batracus.
nickle, cobalt, cadmium) indicated that the specific inhibition of P4501A2 was unique to lead nitrate among studied metals (5,6).
So, I got out an "ole" demonstration of working with potassium iodide and lead nitrate.
Acetone, sodium bicarbonate, lead nitrate, sulphuric acid, potassium hydride - the list was endless.