›› Physical and chemical properties of Lead

Atomic Number:82
Element Symbol:Pb
Element Name:Lead
Atomic Weight:207.2
Group Number:14
Group Name:none
Period Number:6
Ground State Configuration:[Xe] 4f14 5d10 6s2 6p2
Ground State Level:3P0
Standard State:Solid
Common Valences:2,4
Bond Length:350.0
Atomic Radius Empirical:180
Atomic Radius Calculated:154
Covalent Radius Empirical:147
Vander Waals Radius:202
Electron Affinity:35.1
First Ionization Energy:715.6
Pauling Electronegativity:2.33
Sanderson Electronegativity:2.29
Allred Rochow Electronegativity:1.55
Mulliken Jaffe Electronegativity:2.41
Density Of Solid:11340
Molar Volume:18.26
Velocity Of Sound:1260
Youngs Modulus:16
Rigidity Modulus:5.6
Bulk Modulus:46
Poissons Ratio:0.44
Mineral Hardness:1.5
Brinell Hardness:38.3
Electrical Resistivity:21
Melting Point:327.46
Boiling Point:1749
Superconduction Temperature:-265.9
Thermal Conductivity:35
Coefficient Of Linear Expansion:28.9
Enthalpy Of Fusion:4.77
Enthalpy Of Vaporization:178
Enthalpy Of Atmization:195
Most Common Oxidation Numbers:4,2
Color:Bluish white
Discovered By:Known since ancient times
Discovered At:not known
Origin Of Name:From the Anglo-Saxon word lead; Latin, plumbum (the origin of the symbol Pb is the Latin word plumbum meaning liquid silver

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››Compounds that contain Lead

Tetraethyl Lead  (CH3CH2)4Pb
Lead Nitrate  Pb(NO3)2
Lead(II) Arsenite  Pb(AsO4)2
Lead(II) Fluoroborate  Pb(BF4)2
Lead(II) Bromide  PbBr2
Lead(IV) Bromide  PbBr4
Lead(II) Formate  Pb(CHO2)2
Lead(II) Cyanide  Pb(CN)2
Lead(II) Carbonate  PbCO3
Lead(II) Acetate  Pb(C2H3O2)2
Lead(II) Oxalate  PbC2O4
Lead(II) Lactate  Pb(C3H5O2)2
Lead(II) Butanoate  Pb(C4H7O2)2
Lead(II) Oleate  Pb(C18H33O2)2
Lead(II) Stearate  Pb(C18H35O2)2
Lead(II) Chlorate  Pb(ClO3)2
Lead(II) Perchlorate  Pb(ClO4)2
Lead(II) Chloride  PbCl2
Lead(IV) Chloride  PbCl4
Lead(II) Chromate  PbCrO4
Lead(II) Fluoride  PbF2
Lead(IV) Fluoride  PbF4
Lead(II) Hypophosphite  Pb(H2PO2)2
Lead(IV) Hydride  PbH4
Lead(II) Iodate  Pb(IO3)2
Lead(II) Iodide  PbI2
Lead(II) Molybdate  PbMoO4
Lead(II) Niobate  Pb(NbO3)2
Lead(II) Oxide  PbO
Lead(II) Hydroxide  Pb(OH)2
Lead(IV) Oxide  PbO2
Lead(II) Sulfide  PbS
Lead(II) Thiocyanate  Pb(SCN)2
Lead(II) Sulfite  PbSO3
Lead(II) Sulfate  PbSO4
Lead(II) Selenide  PbSe
Lead(II) Selenite  PbSeO3
Lead(II) Selenate  PbSeO4
Lead(II) Metasilicate  PbSiO3
Lead(II) Tantalate  PbTa2O6
Lead(II) Telluride  PbTe
Lead(II) Titanate  PbTiO4
Lead(II) Metavandate  Pb(VO3)2
Lead(II) Tungstate  PbWO4
Lead(II) Zirconate  PbZrO3
Lead(II, IV) Oxide  Pb2O3
Lead(II) Orthosilicate  Pb2SiO4
Lead(II) Arsenate  Pb3(AsO4)2
Lead(II) Azide  Pb(N3)2
Lead(II, II, IV) Oxide  Pb3O4
Lead(II) Phosphate  Pb3(PO4)2
Lead(II) Antimonide  Pb3(SbO4)2
Lead(II) Nitrate  Pb(NO3)2