What is the lead(II) acetate formula?


What is the lead(II) acetate formula?

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Chemical formulas involve the use of letters, numbers and symbols that provide us with information about how many atoms of an element(s) are found in a compound. They differ from chemical names and structural formulas.

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The chemical formula for the compound lead(II) acetate is Pb(C2H3O2)2. In this formula, C2H3O2 is the acetate, which is made up of carbon, hydrogen,...

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What is Lead (Pb) Used For?
What is Lead (Pb) Used For?


Chapter 14 / Lesson 2

This lesson goes over a large swath of uses for lead. You'll learn what it was used for traditionally and what's used for nowadays. It wasn't used for making solely gold you know!

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