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Red Lead Oxide Properties

Red Lead Oxide

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Description

 

Red lead oxide is most often used as a pigment for primer paints for iron objects. Due to its toxicity, its use is being limited. In the past, it was used in combination with linseed oil as a thick, long-lasting anti-corrosive paint. The combination of minium and linen fibres was also used for plumbing, now replaced with PTFE tape. Currently it is mostly used for manufacture of glass, especially lead glass. It finds limited use in some amateur pyrotechnics as a relatively potent oxidizer.

Chemical Properties

Appearance Orange Red Powder
Boiling Point 800°C
CAS Number 1314-41-6
Class 6.1
Crystal Structure Tetragonal
Density 8.3 g/cm3
EINECS Number 215-235-6
IUPAC Name Lead(II,IV) Oxide
InChI 1S/4O.3Pb
InChIKey XMFOQHDPRMAJNU-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Melting Point 500°C
Molar Mass 685.598 g/mol
Molecular Formula Pb3O4
NFPA 704 H-1,F-1,R-1,C-OX
PG 3
RTECS Number OG5425000
Synonyms Triplumbic Tetroxide;Lead Tetroxide;Read Lead Oxide;Azarcon;C.I. 77578;C.I. Pigment Red 105;Entan;Flowsperse R 12;Gold Satinobre;Heuconin 5;Kremer 42500;Lead Orthoplumbate;Lead Oxide;Lead Oxide Red;Lead Tetraoxide;Minium;Red Lead;Lead(II,IV) Oxide
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