lead acetate

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Synonyms for lead acetate

a poisonous white solid (Pb[CH3CO]2) used in dyeing cotton and in making enamels and varnishes

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When analyzing the results to identify characteristics of limb bones ossification in white rats after lead intoxication it was revealed that lead acetate causes intoxication in mother, and has a direct osteotoxic effect on the fetus.
For instance, addition of lead acetate to the bathing medium has been shown to cause a concentration-dependent vasoconstriction in isolated rabbit mesenteric artery via activation of PKC (79).
For instance, zinc oxide is also used as a color additive in cosmetics, and lead acetate appears in Grecian Formula, a hair coloring product.
The FDA allows these dyes to be made with lead acetate because studies found it unlikely to be absorbed through users' skin.
Erythrocyte superoxide dismutase activity and other parameters of copper status in rats ingesting lead acetate.
SpectraSensors offers a laser-based hydrogen sulfide analyzer that is fast and reliable, a new generation, and one that eliminates the need for lead acetate tape and associated hazardous waste disposal.
THE CANADIAN government has followed in the footsteps of the European Union (EU) by banning the use of lead acetate in progressive hair dyes namely, Grecian Formula 16 (Canadian sister of the fabled Grecian 2000 Cream in the UK).
Lead acetate reacts with ferric chloride to produce insoluble white lead chloride.
When lead acetate was approved for safe use in hair dyes by the
Each three-chambered reactor carred solutions of lead acetate and potassium iodide -- one chemical at each end -- initially separated from a chamber containing water with the template in the middle.
Tenders are invited for Annual maintenance and repair of 3 phase Automatic Float and Boost battery charger for 110 Volt including 150 AH Lead Acetate Battery Bank at Uttarbhag Pumping Station during the year 2015-16
Cosmetic use has not been linked to chronic illnesses, but some products do contain carcinogens (such as formaldehyde, used in nail treatments), teratogens (such as lead acetate, used in two hair dyes), and other reproductive toxicants (such as di-n-butyl phthalate, used in nail treatments and dandruff shampoos).
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