Home » Lead Powder (Pb, Mesh -325, Purity: 99+%)
|Molecular Weight||207.2 g/mol||Confirm|
|Melting Point||327.46 °C||Confirm|
|Boiling Point||1749 °C||Confirm|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water|
|Quality Control||Each lot of Lead Powder was tested successfully.|
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The lead powder is a bluish-white lustrous metal, soft, highly malleable, ductile, and a relatively poor conductor of electricity. It is very resistant to corrosion, however, tarnishes upon exposure to air. Lead pipes bearing used as drains from the baths. It is also sometimes utilized in architecture, for roofing, and in stained glass windows.
Lead powder: Alloys involve pewter and solder. Tetraethyl lead (PbEt4) is still utilized in some grades of petrol (gasoline) however is being phased out on environmental grounds. Lead is a major constituent of the lead-acid battery employed extensively in car batteries. It is utilized as a coloring element in ceramic glazes, like projectiles, in some candles to threat the wick and it is the traditional base metal for organ pipes.
Lead powder: It is employed as electrodes in the process of electrolysis. One of its major uses is in the glass of computer and television screens, where it shields the viewer from radiation. Other uses of lead are in sheeting, cables, solders, lead crystal glassware, ammunitions, and bearings and as weight in sports equipment. Lead is still extensively utilized for car batteries, pigments, ammunition, weights for lifting, cable sheathing, weight belts for diving, lead crystal glass, radiation protection and in some solders. It is often used to store corrosive liquids.
The lead powder is utilized in the manufacture of storage batteries. It is applied in ammunition (shot and bullets) and as a constituent of solder, bearing alloys and fusible alloys. It has also been used in lead glazes for pottery and, in this century, insecticides, and as an anti-knocking additive for petrol.
Lead powder: In heavy and industrial machinery, sheets and other parts made from lead compounds may be applied to dampen noise and vibration. Because lead productively absorbs electromagnetic radiation of short wavelengths. It is applied as a protective shielding around nuclear reactors, X-ray equipment, particle accelerators, and containers employed for transporting and storing radioactive materials.
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