chromic acid


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chromic acid

[¦krō·mik ′as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
H2CrO4 The hydrate of CrO3; exists only as salts or in solution.
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The last chapter analyses chromic acid downstream markets.
4, for PC/ABS substrates, the optimized time periods for both chromic acid and TMES treatments were found to be 1 min.
Following degreasing of the substrates, they were anodized in chromic acid at 5.
Schmalzl, KJ, Forsyth, CM, Evans, PD, "Evidence for the Formation of Chromium (III) Diphenoquinone Complexes During Oxidation of Guaiacol and 2,6-Dimethoxyphenol with Chromic Acid.
Chromic acid, which is often used for plating, is both toxic and carcinogenic.
That cocktail includes deadly cyanide, chromic acid and sodium dichromate -all potentially disastrous if released into the atmosphere.
26) found that wood particles from CCA-treated specimens and chromic acid pretreated particles produced stronger wood-cement composites compared to untreated wood.
After drying, the filter paper plus contents were transferred to a glass digestion tube and the C content determined by the chromic acid digestion method of Heanes (1984).
NEWBURY PARK - Traffic slowed on the Ventura Freeway southbound at midday Monday, when seven 55-gallon drums of chromic acid fell from a tractor-trailer rig on the Conejo Grade, police said.
Chromic acid anodizing (CAA) was also investigated as a potential surface pretreatment for the titanium finger panel substrates.