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minium:see red leadred lead,
bright red to orange-red powder, also called minium, that is used in the manufacture of storage batteries, lead glass, and red pigments; a paint made with red lead is commonly used to protect iron and steel from rusting.
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Pb3O4 A scarlet or orange-red mineral consisting of an oxide of lead; found in Wisconsin and the western United States. Also known as red lead.
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Naturally occurring red lead oxide; used as a pigment.
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