calcium chromate

calcium chromate

[′kal·sē·əm ′krō‚māt]
(inorganic chemistry)
CaCrO4·2H2O Yellow, monoclinic crystals that are slightly soluble in water; used to make other pigments.
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The low yield at 1200C was due to the formation of calcium chromate that was soluble in H2SO4.
Before the plant, near Eaglescliffe, was modernized in 1961 employees could come into contact with calcium chromate, believed to cause lung cancer.
If lime is used in the production process, insoluble calcium chromate is also produced.
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