lead carbonate

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lead carbonate

A poisonous white amorphous powder, PbCO3, used as a paint pigment.

lead′ car′bonate


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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Under this theory, "a plaintiff makes a prima facie showing that the manufacturer produced or marketed white lead carbonate pigment sometime during [plaintiff's] house's existence," and "the burden is on each manufacturer to prove that it did not produce or market white lead carbonate pigment either during the house's existence or in the geographical market where the house is located.
The mine produces a unique lead carbonate concentrate.
The results of the present study support the conclusion that the fatal lead poisoning outbreak in northern Nigeria resulted from contamination of soils, living areas, water supplies, and foodstuffs by the processing of weathered, lead-rich gold ores containing abundant, highly gastric-bioaccessible secondary lead carbonate minerals.
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.
According to the judge, "By eliminating the traditional causation requirement in tort for those who were injured by white lead carbonate pigment, the risk contribution rule imposes a burden that is unrelated to any injury that was actually caused by defendants and bears no legitimate relationship to the government's interest in compensating the victims of lead poisoning for their injuries.
Two samples were painted with paint containing lead carbonate (0.
Applying the so-called risk-contribution theory to the case, the court noted that "many of the individual defendants or their predecessors-in-interest did more than simply contribute to a risk; they knew of the harm white lead carbonate pigments caused and continued production and promotion of the pigment notwithstanding that knowledge.
The dark makeup around the eyes was a blend of black lead sulfide and white lead carbonate.