Lead Stearate

Lead Stearate

Product Details:

  • Solubility Stable under ordinary conditions
  • Molecular Formula [CH3(CH2)16CO2]2Pb
  • Appearance White Fine Powder.
  • CAS No 1072-35-1
  • Usage Metallic salts of fatty acids (called soap) are primarily used as cleansing agent (mainly sodium- and potassium-) which their molecules attach readily to both polar molecules (of water) and non-polar molecules (of grease or oil). The long hydrocarbon chains are non-polar (and hydrophobic) repelled by water and the salt end molecules are ionic (and hydrophilic) water soluble. Soaps differ according to the type of fatty acid and length of the carbon chain and according to the alkali employed.
  • EINECS No 214-005-2
  • Supply Ability : 1 Kilograms Per Week
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Price And Quantity

  • 50 Kilograms

Product Specifications

  • [CH3(CH2)16CO2]2Pb
  • Stable under ordinary conditions
  • White Fine Powder.
  • Metallic salts of fatty acids (called soap) are primarily used as cleansing agent (mainly sodium- and potassium-) which their molecules attach readily to both polar molecules (of water) and non-polar molecules (of grease or oil). The long hydrocarbon chains are non-polar (and hydrophobic) repelled by water and the salt end molecules are ionic (and hydrophilic) water soluble. Soaps differ according to the type of fatty acid and length of the carbon chain and according to the alkali employed.
  • 1072-35-1
  • 214-005-2

Trade Information

  • 1 Kilograms Per Week
  • 1 Week

Product Description

Product name:- Lead Stearate

Appearance:-   White Fine Powder.

Formula:              C36H70O4Pb

 EINECS No:-    214-005-2

CAS No:-   1072-35-1

Solubility:- Stable under ordinary conditions

Application:- Metallic salts of fatty acids (called soap) are primarily used as cleansing agent (mainly sodium- and potassium-) which their molecules attach readily to both polar molecules (of water) and non-polar molecules (of grease or oil). The long hydrocarbon chains are non-polar (and hydrophobic) repelled by water and the salt end molecules are ionic (and hydrophilic) water soluble. Soaps differ according to the type of fatty acid and length of the carbon chain and according to the alkali employed.

 


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