Preparation of elemental lead
Lead is prepared by reduction of lead oxide with charcoal.
Twenty-five grams of lead oxide are mixed well with 1.5 g of very fine charcoal and heated over a Meker burner in a large covered crucible for about one-half hour. The molten Pb is poured into a clean iron dish and allowed to cool. Yield about 20 g.
Inorganic laboratory preparations, by G. G. Schlessinger, 4, 1962
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