lead carbonate


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lead carbonate

 (lĕd)
n.
A poisonous white amorphous powder, PbCO3, used as a paint pigment.

lead′ car′bonate

(lɛd)

n.
a white crystalline compound, PbCO3, toxic when inhaled, insoluble in water and alcohol: used as a pigment.
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Noun1.lead carbonate - a poisonous white pigment that contains lead
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
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Rich women wanted to look pale - showing they led a life of leisure out of the sun - and used foundation made from white lead carbonate.
but lead sulfate is more soluble than lead carbonate, which is in turn more soluble than lead phosphate.
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The state's high court concurred with the lower court's dismissing of a defective design claim in strict liability and negligence against manufacturers of white lead carbonate pigment.
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