calcium plumbate

calcium plumbate

[′kal·se·əm ′pləm‚bāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ca(PbO3)2 Orange crystals that are insoluble in cold water but decompose in hot water; used as an oxidizer in the manufacture of glass and matches.
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Traditional anticorrosion pigments fall into three main groups: lead (e.g., red lead and calcium plumbate); chromate (including zinc chromate and strontium chromate); and others, such as zinc phosphate and barium metaborate.

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