Lead (II) chloride formula, also called Lead dichloride formula or Plumbous chloride formula is mentioned in this article. It is an inorganic chloride that consists of 2 chlorine atoms and 1 lead atom. The chlorine atoms bind to the central lead atom covalently. The molecular formula of Lead (II) chloride is PbCl2.
Lead dichloride is a crystalline solid colorless and odorless. It's insoluble in water but it dissolves in solutions that contain chloride ions. When it reacts with molten sodium nitrite it generates Lead (II) oxide.