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Lead dichloride is an inorganic metal salt (Pb[2+] and Cl[-] ions) and can safely be assumed not to be combustible (not flammable and no pyrophoric properties). It is readily soluble in water (ca. 10 g/L at 20°C), yielding only dissolved ions and no flammable gases. Thus, no classification for flammability is applicable to lead dichloride.

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Flammability:
not classified

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Lead dichloride is an inorganic metal salt (Pb[2+] and Cl[-] ions) and can safely be assumed not to be combustible (not flammable and no pyrophoric properties). It is readily soluble in water (ca. 10 g/L at 20°C), yielding only dissolved ions and no flammable gases. Thus, no classification for flammability is applicable to lead dichloride.