lead silicate

lead silicate

[′led ′sil·ə‚kāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
PbSiO3 Toxic, insoluble white crystals; used in ceramics, paints, and enamels, and to fireproof fabrics. Also known as lead metasilicate.
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These tubes are manufactured from a proprietary lead silicate glass that has been doped to produce a resistive surface.
And in Raphael's Alba Madonna, Berrie found lead silicate, a yellow glass made by master glassmakers at the time.
For example lead ions are precipitated as lead silicate
[Pb.sup.2+] + [Na.sub.2]Si[O.sub.3] [right arrow] Pb(Si[O.sub.3]) + 2[Na.sup.+] lead silicate.