Oxygen is most commonly found as a compound of lead. Three such common compounds are lead monoxide, lead dioxide and lead tetroxide.
Lead and oxygen are the elements in lead dioxide.
helium doesn't form any compound
No, the "lead" is graphite.
A biochemical compound is any carbon based compound found in living things.
Lead iodide is a compound.
Lead is an element and is natural, but is not often found in its pure state. It is usually found in an ore that has a lead compound and a mixture of other compounds of other metals. It is then refined to produce more pure lead metal.
Lead sulphate (PbSO4) is the most common compound of lead and sulphur. Lead sulphide (PbS) is an ionic compound of lead and sulphur that is used in certain electronic applications.Lead Sulphide (PbS)
No - lead weights are usually fairly pure lead and thus an element and not a compound.
This compound is lead IV iodide. Therefore the charge on lead is a -4.
PbCl2 this compound is lead chloride. analysing compounds is easier with a periodic table which can be found on the Internet, or at the back of a chemistry student textbook.
Teta-ethyl Lead.... But they rarely use that anymore because of its toxicity. Additives found in most of the gas are now hydrocarbons ethers and alcohol.
PbCl4 is the formula of the compound lead chloride.
No lead does not combine with any other elements.....it is one of the only dangerous elements therefor it would be a hazard
Lead is an element
Lead is an element
no,lead is an element......
a compound of lead and oxygen
helium cannot be found in any compounds. it is chemically inert
This compound is lead bromide - PbBr2.
It is Lead Oxide a compound
This question is misguided. Firstly, Lead forms only the nitrate. Secondly, the phrase 'compound element' is meaningless. A compound is composed of elements. Lead nitrate is a compound composed of the elements lead, nitrogen and oxygen.