PbO2 is lead peroxide.
PbO2 is lead(IV) oxide.
PbO2 is known as Lead dioxide, or in some older text books as Plumbic oxide.
lead (lV) oxide or plumbic oxide
a. What is the systematic name for this disaccharide?
The systematic name for ch3ch2ch2ch2ch2ch3 is hexane.
CH3COO- has the systematic name of ethanoate.
Lead Dioxide or Lead IV Oxide
The systematic name for NaNO3 is sodium nitrate.
Methane is the accepted systematic name for methane.
Lead(II) oxide is the systematic name of PbO.
The systematic name would be Copper (II) Acetate.
Ethene: Systematic Name: Dicarbon Tetrahydride Chemical Formula: C2H4 Nuff said?
PbO2 has 3 atoms per formula unit: 1 lead and 2 oxygen.
PbO2 is an ionic compound, with twice as many oxide ions as lead(IV) cations.
Pb + PbO2 + H2SO4 --> PbSO4 + H2O
dragon fly systematic classification
Systematic name is a name given in a systematic way to one unique group, organism, object or chemical substance, out of a specific population or collection.Systematic names are usually part of a nomenclature.
A systematic name describes the chemical structure of a substance/compound and also gives some info. on its chemical properties. Common names are basically how they sound, a generally common name that is often coined with a part of the systematic name. For example, acetone would be the common name used and the systematic would be Propan-2-one.