# What is the difference between the solubility of lead salts versus lithium salts...specifically their nitrate salts?

I ask because clearly aqueous solubilities are relevant to the question. Most (all?) of the salts of $L {i}^{+}$ are soluble, as are all nitrate salts, whereas lead sulfate is pretty insoluble stuff.
This site lists the aqueous solubility product of $P b S {O}_{4}$ as ${K}_{s p} = 2.13 \times {10}^{-} 8$ at $20$ ""^@C. On the other hand, lead nitrate is fairly soluble. $P b {\left(S {O}_{4}\right)}_{2}$ would be pretty rare stuff.