Accidental Release of Lead Fluoride PbF2
Lead Fluoride PbF2, is an inorganic compound with chemical formula PbF2, white crystalline powder, slightly soluble in water, insoluble in ammonia, acetone, acetic acid, hydrofluoric acid, soluble in nitric acid, mainly used as reducing agent, welding agent and Sulfur removal agent, crystal Lead Fluoride PbF2 can be used as infrared spectroscopy material.
Lead Fluoride PbF2 isolates the leaked contaminated area, and there are warning signs around it. It is recommended that emergency responders wear gas masks and chemical protective clothing. Do not come into direct contact with spillage. Avoid dust, collect it in a dry, clean, covered container with a clean shovel, dissolve in water and neutralize it with sodium carbonate. If the dissolution is incomplete, first add a little hydrochloric acid and then sodium carbonate to neutralize, and then use calcium chloride. If a large amount of leakage is collected, recycled or transported to a waste disposal site for disposal.