Lead Chloride
Title: Lead Chloride
CAS Registry Number: 7758-95-4
Molecular Formula: Cl2Pb
Molecular Weight: 278.11
Percent Composition: Cl 25.50%, Pb 74.50%
Line Formula: PbCl2
Literature References: Occurs in nature as the mineral cotunnite. Toxicity data: Tartler, Arch. Hyg. 125, 273 (1941). Review of toxicology and human exposure: Toxicological Profile for Lead (PB99-166704, 1999) 640 pp.
Properties: White, cryst powder. Poisonous! d 5.85. mp 501°. bp 950°. Sol in 93 parts cold water, 30 parts boiling water; readily sol in soln of NH4Cl, NH4NO3, alkali hydroxides; slowly in glycerol. MLD in guinea pigs (mg/kg): 1500-2000 orally (Tartler).
Melting point: mp 501°
Boiling point: bp 950°
Density: d 5.85
Toxicity data: MLD in guinea pigs (mg/kg): 1500-2000 orally (Tartler)
Use: Manuf Pattison's white lead, Verona Yellow, Turner's Patent Yellow, lead oxychloride; as solder and flux.

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