Lead

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Chemical Elements
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Lead

PbLead

Bohr Model

Symbol: PbAtomic #: 82Ave. Atomic Mass: 207.2 amu# of Protons/Neutrons: 82# of Electrons: 125

Room Temperature: SolidClassification: Other MetalsMolar Mass: 207.2100 g/mol

Melting Point:327.5 °CBoiling Point: 1740.0 °CValence Electrons: 4Oxidation #: +2Isotopes: 204Pb, 206Pb, 207Pb, 208PbPhys. Description: a soft and malleable metal; metallic gray color

Uses:Lead has many uses in the construction industry. like lead sheets are used as architectural metals in roofing material, cladding, flashing, gutters and gutter joints, and on roof parapets

Name Origin: From the Greek word protos (first)

History: Commonly used throughout the world for thousands of years; dates back to 6400 BCE have been found in Çatalhöyük in modern-day Turkey

Warning!!Lead is poisonous. A build up in the body can be fatal! In children, it can severely affect mental and physical development.

Use: Lead pipe

PbO ; Lead(II) Oxide

Pb3O4 ; Lead(II,IV) Oxide

PbO2 ; Lead Dioxide

PbF2 ; Lead(II) Fluoride

Carbon Family

Carbon

Silicon

Germanium

Tin

Pb is an element,Not peanut butter: that's irrelevent.Lead is has been used since ancient times,It was present during history's primes.Pb isn't very good to eat,It is an unfortunate treat!

Electron Dot Diagram


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