lead carbonate

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lead car·bon·ate

a heavy white powder insoluble in water; occasionally, it is used to relieve irritation in dermatitis, but it is used largely in the manufacture of paint and in the arts and is thus productive of lead poisoning.
Synonym(s): ceruse, white lead
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In these situations, highly bioaccessible secondary lead carbonates are likely to be abundant.
A systematic geological assessment of gold mines throughout the region is needed to screen lead-poor deposits from lead-rich deposits (Figure 2A) and identify deposits with abundant lead carbonates.
Low levels of water-soluble lead found in ores and soils by our water leach tests suggest the highest lead concentrations in water likely resulted from suspended particles such as lead carbonates.
Like DES plaintiffs, Thomas "is unable to identify the precise producer of the white lead carbonate pigment he ingested at his prior residences due to the generic nature of the pigment, the number of producers, the lack of pertinent records, and the passage of time," Judge Louis Buffer Jr.
More unexpectedly, a thin coating of lead carbonate and small cubes of galena (PbS) were common, Fig.
Although two companies lead carbonates, Gaseosas Postobon SA and Coca-Cola Servicios de Colombia/Panamco Colombia SA, competition is stiff.