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Lead Iodide?

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Lead iodide or lead (II) iodide as it is officially known was commonly used, especially in the 19th century, for the treatment of arthritis. Initially, it was also used by artists as pigment but its use was stopped as it is too unstable.
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Lead iodide is used in photography, medicine, printing, mosaic gold, and bronzing.
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Potassium iodide is primarily used as an ingredient in medicines. It is usually added to medicinal tablets. It is also used in things like disinfectant agents.
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1. Obtain FDA-approved potassium iodide from your local or online drug store or health food store. It is available in liquid or tablet form in strengths of 130 mg and 65 mg. 2. Go
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Lead (II) iodide (PbI2) is a toxic, yellowish solid. Range of colors with varying
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Lead iodide is yellow because of the chemical reaction of a mixture of lead ion with the iodide ions. The substance is toxic due to its lead content and during ...
Lead Iodide is a solid substance can be bused for detecting materials like in x-rays. It is solid at room temperature and soluble in both cold and hot water. It's ...
Lead II Iodide is also known as Pbl2. The molecular formula for Lead II Iodide is I2Pb. The formula weight is 461.01. It's melting point is 402ΒΊ Celcius. ...
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