Agent Name

Lead vanadate

CAS Number

10099-79-3

Formula

O6-Pb-V2

Major Category

Metals

Synonyms

Lead vanadate(V); Lead divanadium hexaoxide; Lead vanadium oxide (PbV2O6); [ChemIDplus] Lead metavanadate; [Hawley]

Category

Lead Compounds, Inorganic

Description

Yellow solid, insoluble in water; [Merck Index]

Sources/Uses

Used as a pigment and to make other vanadium compounds; [Merck Index]

Comments

Toxic material; [Hawley] See "Lead" and linked occupational diseases.

Exposure Assessment
BEI

Lead in blood = 200 ug/L (20 ug/100 ml); sampling time not critical; [ACGIH]

TLV (ACGIH)

0.05 mg/m3, as Pb

PEL (OSHA)

0.05 mg/m3, as Pb

Adverse Effects
Anemia

Anemia, Hemolytic

Neurotoxin

Motor Neuropathy

Nephrotoxin

Yes

Reproductive Toxin

Yes

IARC Carcinogen

Probable Carcinogen

NTP Carcinogen

Anticipated Human Carcinogen

ACGIH Carcinogen

Confirmed Animal

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