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Chemical database: Lead

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Chemical formula Pb
Molar mass 207.20 g mol -1
Density 11.34 g cm -3
Melting point 327.5 °C
Boiling point 1749.0 °C
Solubility -
CAS number 7439-92-1
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Lead is a metallic chemical element that comes in form of a shiny gray solid at standard conditions. Lead is used in building construction, in the production of lead-acid batteries, various types of ammunition, weights and alloys. It is also used as a shield for various types of radiation. Lead also had many other applications throughout history, but because of the fact that it is toxic, it has gradually been substituted with other materials which are not as toxic as lead.

Lead is a metal which should be easily obtainable due to its many applications. It can be found in workshops which repair and sell car batteries. It can also be found in workshops which use lead weights for certain purposes. This metal can also be obtained from foundries. If higher purity is desired, it can also be ordered from chemical selling companies, although that shouldn't be necessary due to the overall high availability of this metal.

 

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