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Lead compounds

EC / List no: - CAS no: -
Toxic for reproduction
Foreseen regulatory need
Date of intention
Date of assessment
Summary document
Full document
Group name
Concern related to lead compounds used as stabilisers in PVC
Submitter organisation
Submitter email
Submitter phone
Submitter address
European Chemicals Agency, Annankatu 18, PO Box 400, FI-00121, Helsinki, Finland
Latest update
First published

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Name EC / List no. CAS no. Association
Lead selenide 235-109-4 12069-00-0 Official source
Trilead dioxide phosphonate 235-252-2 12141-20-7 Official source
Tetralead trioxide sulphate 235-380-9 12202-17-4 Official source
Antimony, compound with lead (1:1) 235-536-6 12266-38-5 Official source
Dioxobis(stearato)trilead 235-702-8 12578-12-0 Official source
Lead titanium zirconium oxide 235-727-4 12626-81-2 Official source
Lead chromate molybdate sulfate red
This substance is identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 77605.
235-759-9 12656-85-8 Official source
Lead(2+) 2,4-dinitroresorcinolate 236-498-3 13406-89-8 Official source
Lead diazide 236-542-1 13424-46-9 Official source
Lead thiosulphate 236-780-6 13478-50-7 Official source
Lead bis(2,4-dihydroxybenzoate) 255-375-5 41453-50-3 Official source
Acetic acid, lead salt, basic 257-175-3 51404-69-4 Official source
Dioxobis(stearato)dilead 260-043-8 56189-09-4 Official source
Lead hydroxide 243-310-3 19783-14-3 Official source
Lead 2,4-dihydroxybenzoate 244-118-2 20936-32-7 Official source
Disodium lead N,N'-ethylenebis[N-(carboxylatomethyl)aminoacetate] 245-314-0 22904-40-1 Official source
Lead hexafluorosilicate 247-278-1 25808-74-6 Official source
Lead dibromate 251-796-3 34018-28-5 Official source
Orthoboric acid, lead(2+) salt 252-594-8 35498-15-8 Official source
Lead dibromide 233-084-4 10031-22-8 Official source
Lead dinitrate 233-245-9 10099-74-8 Official source
Lead(2+) silicate 233-246-4 10099-76-0 Official source
Lead divanadium hexaoxide 233-248-5 10099-79-3 Official source
Lead diiodide 233-256-9 10101-63-0 Official source
Lead molybdate 233-459-2 10190-55-3 Official source
Lead diphosphinate 233-664-7 10294-58-3 Official source
Silicic acid, chromium lead salt 234-347-6 11113-70-5 Official source
Silicic acid, lead salt 234-363-3 11120-22-2 Official source
Trilead diarsenate 222-979-5 3687-31-8 Official source
Acetoxytrimethylplumbane 227-200-2 5711-19-3 Official source
Lead dipicrate 229-335-2 6477-64-1 Official source
Stearic acid, lead salt 231-068-1 7428-48-0 Official source
Lead sulphite 231-196-8 7446-10-8 Official source
Lead sulphate 231-198-9 7446-14-2 Official source
Lead selenate 231-199-4 7446-15-3 Official source
Trilead bis(orthophosphate) 231-205-5 7446-27-7 Official source
Lead dichloride 231-845-5 7758-95-4 Official source
Lead chromate 231-846-0 7758-97-6 Official source
Lead tungsten tetraoxide 231-849-7 7759-01-5 Official source
Lead difluoride 231-998-8 7783-46-2 Official source
Lead(IV) fluoride 232-012-9 7783-59-7 Official source
Lead hydrogen arsenate 232-064-2 7784-40-9 Official source
Pyrochlore, antimony lead yellow
This substance is identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 77588.
232-382-1 8012-00-8 Official source
Diantimony trilead octaoxide 236-845-9 13510-89-9 Official source
Lead diperchlorate 237-125-7 13637-76-8 Official source
Lead bis(tetrafluoroborate) 237-486-0 13814-96-5 Official source
Lead(2+) tellurium tetraoxide 237-573-3 13845-35-7 Official source
Lead disalicylate 239-839-4 15748-73-9 Official source
Lead dipalmitate 239-870-3 15773-56-5 Official source
Lead hydrogenorthophosphate 239-952-9 15845-52-0 Official source
Lead phosphite 240-176-8 16038-76-9 Official source
2-ethylhexanoic acid, lead salt 241-076-7 16996-40-0 Official source
Bis(diethyldithiocarbamato-S,S')lead 241-534-6 17549-30-3 Official source
Cyclo-di-μ-oxo(μ-phthalato)trilead 241-894-4 17976-43-1 Official source
Dilead chromate oxide 242-339-9 18454-12-1 Official source
Lead dilactate 242-666-7 18917-82-3 Official source
Lead bis(dimethyldithiocarbamate) 242-748-2 19010-66-3 Official source
Citric acid, lead salt 238-432-9 14450-60-3 Official source
Lead metaborate 238-762-3 14720-53-7 Official source
Lead 2,4,6-trinitro-m-phenylene dioxide 239-290-0 15245-44-0 Official source
Bis(pentane-2,4-dionato-O,O')lead 239-323-9 15282-88-9 Official source
Lauric acid, lead salt 239-344-3 15306-30-6 Official source
Lead tin trioxide 234-844-8 12036-31-6 Official source
Lead oxide sulfate 234-853-7 12036-76-9 Official source
Lead titanium trioxide 235-038-9 12060-00-3 Official source
Lead zirconium trioxide 235-039-4 12060-01-4 Official source
Pentalead tetraoxide sulphate 235-067-7 12065-90-6 Official source
Flue dust, lead-refining
By-product of refining lead ores obtained from baghouse and electro-static precipitator and as slurry from scrubbers.
273-809-1 69029-67-0 Official source
Naphthenic acids, lead salts 263-109-4 61790-14-5 Official source
Sulfurous acid, lead salt, dibasic 263-467-1 62229-08-7 Official source
Lead bis(4-cyclohexylbutyrate) 263-663-7 62637-99-4 Official source
Calcines, lead-zinc ore conc.
A thermally agglomerated substance formed by heating a mixture of metal sulfide concentrates, limestone, sand, furnace dross, miscellaneous zinc, lead and copper bearing materials, together with already roasted material to a temperature of 1000°C to 1200°C (538°F to 649°F).
305-411-1 94551-62-9 Official source
Fatty acids, C16-18, lead salts 292-966-7 91031-62-8 Official source
Slags, lead-zinc smelting
Substance formed by processing of chiefly oxidic material with lead and zinc content in a rotating furnace. Consists primarily of Al2O3, CaO, Fe, FeO and SiO2 with other nonferrous compounds as well as carbon.
297-907-9 93763-87-2 Official source
bis(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-3,5-heptanedionato)lead(II) 621-125-2 21319-43-7 Official source
lead(II) perchlorate trihydrate 638-754-3 13453-62-8 Official source
Plumbate(1-), triiodo-, hydrogen - 43629-00-1 Official source
cesium lead tribromide 835-536-1 15243-48-8 Official source
Plumbate(1-), triiodo-, hydrogen, compd. with N,N-dimethylformamide and methanamine (1:1:1:1) 836-029-8 2101242-86-6 Official source
Plumbate(1-), triiodo-, hydrogen, compd. with methanimidamide (1:1:1) - 1451592-07-6 Official source
Tetrabutylplumbane 217-649-2 1920-90-7 Official source
Diphenyllead dichloride 218-325-3 2117-69-3 Official source
Lead tetraacetate 208-908-0 546-67-8 Official source
Lead dicyanide 209-742-1 592-05-2 Official source
Lead dithiocyanate 209-774-6 592-87-0 Official source
Tetraphenyllead 209-871-3 595-89-1 Official source
Lead diformate 212-371-8 811-54-1 Official source
Lead oxalate 212-413-5 814-93-7 Official source
Lead tartrate 212-426-6 815-84-9 Official source
Lead(2+) acrylate 212-760-2 867-47-0 Official source
Lead dibenzoate 212-841-2 873-54-1 Official source
Chlorotriethylplumbane 213-925-1 1067-14-7 Official source
Trilead dicitrate 208-141-1 512-26-5 Official source
Lead di(acetate) 206-104-4 301-04-2 Official source
Lead bis(2-ethylhexanoate) 206-107-0 301-08-6 Official source
Lead(2+) methacrylate 213-949-2 1068-61-7 Official source
Lead distearate 214-005-2 1072-35-1 Official source
Chlorotriphenylplumbane 214-572-6 1153-06-6 Official source
Lead dioxide 215-174-5 1309-60-0 Official source
Orange lead 215-235-6 1314-41-6 Official source
Lead sulphide 215-246-6 1314-87-0 Official source
Lead telluride 215-247-1 1314-91-6 Official source
Hexaphenyldiplumbane 221-505-4 3124-01-4 Official source
Lead monoxide 215-267-0 1317-36-8 Official source
Trilead bis(carbonate) dihydroxide 215-290-6 1319-46-6 Official source
Lead, bis(acetato-O)tetrahydroxytri- 215-630-3 1335-32-6 Official source
Lead sulfochromate yellow
This substance is identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 77603.
215-693-7 1344-37-2 Official source
Lead cyanamidate 244-073-9 20837-86-9 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead silicate 245-090-4 22569-74-0 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead carbonate 247-054-3 25510-11-6 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead phthalate 229-927-0 6838-85-3 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead oxide 215-626-1 1335-25-7 Expert judgement (ECHA)
lead compounds with the exception of those specified elsewhere in this Annex - - Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead(II) bis(methanesulfonate)
401-750-5 17570-76-2 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead(II) acetate trihydrate 612-031-2 6080-56-4 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Lead carbonate 209-943-4 598-63-0 Expert judgement (ECHA)
Leach residues, zinc ore, lead-contg.
Insoluble substance obtained during dissolution of zinc ores or concentrate in sulfuric acid for the production of zinc sulfate solutions after physical separation such as flotation and filtration.
293-314-4 91053-49-5 Expert judgement (ECHA)