Plumbite
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Plumbite

In chemistry, plumbite is the oxyanion or hydrated forms, or any salt containing this anion. In these salts, lead is in the oxidation state +2. It is the traditional term for the IUPAC name plumbate(II).

For example, lead(II) oxide (PbO) dissolves in alkali to form salts containing the anion:[1]

PbO + ->

Lead(II) hydroxide also dissolves in excess alkali to form the anion:[2]

+ 4 ->

The plumbite ion is a weak reducing agent. When it functions as one, it is oxidized to the plumbate ion.

See also

References

  1. ^ Amit Arora (2005). Text Book Of Inorganic Chemistry. Discovery Publishing House. pp. 450-452. ISBN 81-8356-013-X.
  2. ^ E. N. Ramsden (2000). A-level chemistry. A-Level Chemistry Series (4th ed.). Nelson Thornes. p. 434. ISBN 0-7487-5299-4.

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