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Lead (II) nitrate solution is a toxic and hazardous compound. It is classified as probably carcinogenic to humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer and should be handled with care. It is a strong oxidizing agent and can cause irritation to the eyes, skin, and lungs.

Lead nitrate is a crystalline white solid that dissolves readily in water to form an almost transparent solution. It is a poison that can be swallowed or inhaled and should be stored in a labeled, difficult-to-open container to avoid accidental poisonings.

It is a common solvent in ore processing, pyrotechnics, and photothermography. It is also used to stabilize nylon and polyesters.

The chemical formula of lead ii nitrate is Pb (NO3)2. It is a polyatomic ion and is a fusion of two metals.

Since the Middle Ages, lead nitrate has been produced on a small scale from metallic lead or lead oxide in nitric acid. In the 19th century it became a commercially available product in Europe and the United States.

In gold cyanidation, lead nitrate is added to the process to improve the leaching of the gold. It can also be used as a bromide scavenger in the SN1 substitution reaction.

It is also used to create dinitrogen tetroxide from phosphorus in organic chemistry. It is an excellent source of nitrogen dioxide, and when heated produces dioxygen along with it.

It can be easily prepared in a laboratory by heating a mixture of lead and potassium iodide to a golden rain temperature and adding it to a solution of sodium hydroxide. The excess sodium hydroxide is then dissolved by the precipitate of lead iodide.