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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A total 13 indigenous bacterial strains were recovered from water samples on nutrient agar supplemented with 100 mg/l concentration of lead acetate trihydrate by the standard pour plate method.
Keywords: Lead acetate, Ginkgo biloba extract, EGb761, Kidney, Antioxidant.
Taurine mitigates cognitive impairment induced by chronic co-exposure of male Wistar rats to chlorpyrifos and lead acetate.
To measure locomotor activity we placed individual flies (20 replicates/sex), either untreated or exposed to lead acetate until eclosion, in tubes containing regular fly food in a Drosophila activity monitoring system (TriKinetics Inc.
2 mg/kg body weight of sublethal doses of lead acetate (Sigma-Aldrich, Ltd.
H2S production ability of selected bacterial isolates was checked by growing them on lead acetate (LA) medium (3 g/L peptone, 5 g/L yeast extract, 4 g/L glucose, 0.
The objective of this study was to see the effects of lead acetate on the serum estrogen and progesterone levels and the protective role of garlic extract.
Analytical reagent (AR) grade ammonia, chloroform, ethyl alcohol, methanol, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, ferric chloride, sodium hydroxide, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate, lead acetate, and gelatin were purchased from Rankem chemicals, Bangalore.
In the category of Beauty, Personal Care and Hygiene Products, DTSC has identified the following chemicals as potential candidate chemicals: phthalates; toluene; aldehydes and formaldehyde; alkyl phenols and ethoxylates; azo dye, coal tars, lead and lead acetate and triclosan.
Six tenders for the supply of (a) different carton products, (b) self carbonized paper, Bristol paper & copying paper, (c) stainless steel sheets of steel grade STST 316, (d) 203 tons galvanized wire for wrapping, (e) print shops raw materials, also (f) lead acetate.
Pregnant females received lead acetate per os at the dose of 45 mg/kg/day.
A recent study by Arak and Assi (2011) reported that adult rats exposed to 10mg/kg of lead acetate caused a significant reduction on ovarian function and the treatment of 100mg/kg of Nigella sativa caused
For hair dyes, lead acetate is a common ingredient that has been banned because it is a known human reproductive and developmental toxin.
Insects were treated as batches of bottles with 3 grams bananas mixed with lead acetate were used as diet, doses of lead acetate were used as, 0.