litharge


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litharge

[′li‚thärj]
(inorganic chemistry)

litharge

A yellow lead monoxide (a powder of lead oxide); used as a pigment, as a drier, and as a catalyst in paints. Also see massicot.
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a producer of lead oxides, expanders, and specialty chemicals for lead-acid batteries, has acquired 100% ownership of Malaysian chemical producer Asia Litharge Sdn Bhd, the company said.
2 mm encrust altered galena at Oumlil-East; associations are cerussite, earthy yellow litharge and tiny black mottramite crystals.
In 2003, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recognized litargirio (also known as litharge or lead monoxide), a yellow or peach-colored powder used as an antiperspirant/deodorant and a folk remedy in the Hispanic community, as a potential source of lead exposure for Hispanic children.
Employees from eight lead-using factories [five storage-battery factories, two secondary-smelting factories, and one litharge (PbO) making factory] were studied.
This charismatic entertainer also promoted new styles of clothing, new coiffures, and even ushered in the use of underarm deodorants "made from litharge or lead monoxide.
Bright-yellow litharge (PbO) was the key pigment in yellow and orange paints.
Halstab 1141 is a version of litharge designed for rubber applications requiring low TCLP while Halstab 1178 is a version of dibasic lead phthalate with improved color hold properties.
Corrosion Inhibiting--Red Lead / Litharge / Blue Lead
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 13, 2015-Hammond Buys of Malaysian Chemical Producer Asia Litharge
Texel x - pounds 148 Glendue, pounds 145 Blackburn, pounds 140 Litharge, pounds 130 Glendue, pounds 124 Blackburn, pounds 123 Glendue, pounds 119 & pounds 118 Nunwick, pounds 111 Comb Hills & Old Town, pounds 109 West Wharmley, pounds 108 Low Wiserley, pounds 107 Glendue & Breckon Hill Cottage, pounds 106.
80 Magox Premium ton 520 600 Mastermix Litharge 4068 1.