1. Name: Lead(IV) Sulfate.
    2. Alias: Plumbic Sulfate.
    3. Formula: Pb(SO4)2.
    4. Molar Mass: 399.3252.

  • Pb(SO4)2 = lead (IV) sulfate. Lead can form both 2 and 4 cations. Since there are two sulfate ions and each sulfate has a 2- charge, the total negative charge is 4-. In order for the charges to balance out, the lead must have a 4 charge.

    Beside above, is Lead IV sulfate soluble? Lead sulfate appears as a white crystalline solid. Insoluble in water and sinks in water.

    Also know, what is the correct name for Pb so4 2?

    Chemical Names and Formulas

    A B Lead (IV) Iodide PbI4 Lead (IV) Nitrate Pb(NO3)4 Lead (IV) Phosphate Pb3(PO4)4 Lead (IV) Sulfate Pb(SO4)2
    What is the molar mass of lead IV sulfate?

    303.26 g/mol

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