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In chemistry, plumbite is the PbO2−
2 oxyanion or hydrated forms, or any salt containing this anion. In these salts, lead is in the oxidation state +2. It is the traditional term for the IUPAC name plumbate(II).
- PbO + OH−
2 + 4 OH−
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