The chemical formula for lead II nitrate is Pb(NO3)2 or N2O6Pb. Another name for this inorganic compound is lead dinitrate. The molecular weight of lead dinitrate is 331.21 grams per mole.
In appearance, lead II nitrate is a white crystal substance. Some other physical properties associated with this compound are its melting point of 518 degrees Fahrenheit and a density of 4.53 grams per cubic centimeter at a temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
This chemical substance is also soluble in water but insoluble in nitric acid. It is a toxic compound. If it is ingested, it can cause lead poisoning. Moreover, because it is a hazardous material, lead dinitrate has few uses. In chemistry, one application is as an oxidant. Another use is as a pest control agent for rodents.