Is Lead II Fluoride Soluble in Water?

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is lead ii fluoride soluble in water?

Known by the chemical formula PbF2, it is a white crystal or powder that is sparingly soluble in water (0.065G/100ml) and soluble in nitric acid and hydrochloric acid. It is insoluble in acetone. It is toxic if ingested, and may cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. It also has a high boiling point and melting point, and is highly reactive. It is used in the manufacture of lead glass and low melting fuses, in glass coatings to reflect infrared rays and for television-tube screens, and as a catalyst for the production of picoline.

It is commonly found in the minerals cotunnite and anglesite. It is also produced artificially by reacting calcium carbide with sodium fluoride. It is an essential element in making batteries, as it forms a negative electrode with lead (II) carbonate and a positive one with silver oxide. It is also used in manufacturing pyrotechnics, ceramics and refractory material.

The Global Lead(II) Fluoride Market report is a comprehensive analytical research on the present and future trends in the global market. It provides a detailed analysis of the market size, estimations and forecast, with respect to regional products and application segments, considering 2022 as the base year, along with the historical and projected data. The report analyzes the competitive landscape, pricing and development plans of the key players in the market. This report also examines the market space and identifies the most promising opportunities for the growth of the industry.