chromium oxide

chromium oxide

[′krō·mē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound of chromium and oxygen; chromium may be in the +2, +3, or +6 oxidation state.

chromium oxide

A durable green pigment having good alkali resistance; rather expensive and sparingly used.
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The formation of chromium oxide is relatively fast than the nickel and iron oxides at elevated temperatures.
The researchers dissolved part of the battery electrolyte in a solvent before adding the sodium chromium oxide powder.
During the cleaning process, the chromium oxide layer located thereon must not be attacked.
Types of pigments: Blacks (carbon black, perylene), Blues (phthalo, ultramarine, milori), Greens (phthalo, chromium oxide, CCIP), Iron Oxide Pigments (synthetic yellow, red and black), Metallic (aluminum), Reds (toluidine, napthol, metal salt, DPP, quinacridone, perylene), Yellow and Oranges (benzimidazolone, isoindoline, azo, diarylide, hansa), Whites (Ti[O.
XRD results from melt shop (MS), lamination (LA), quenching (QC) and powder blast furnace (LF) showed related peaks of hematite, magnetite, copper oxide, chromium oxide, calcium silicate and manganese oxide.
As reported in literature, chromium metal and chromium oxide based compounds play an important role in the reduction of pollutants emitted from automobiles and serve as the primary catalysts for wide varieties of basic and industrial reactions such as polymerization (Philips catalysts), hydrogenation, dehydrogenation, oxidation, and isomerization reactions [17-25].
3]) and nickel chromium oxide are formed on the surface of Chromia coated sample oxidized at 650[degrees]C and 750[degrees]C in C[O.
com/quantum-spin-liquid-new-state-matter-observed-material-where-it-shouldnt-exist-2395179) a monocrystal of calcium chromium oxide.
A peak extremely close to that of chromium oxide, Cr2O3, was detected in the corroded area of the chromium layer.
For the determination of the flow of faecal dry matter was used chromium oxide (Cr2O3) as external marker, and 5.
15] Mclean demonstrated that the coefficient of thermal expansion of vita porcelain was decreased due to nickel and chromium oxide and induced stresses, leading to failure of the non-precious metal-ceramic restorations.
Fecal excretion has been more often estimated with the use of external indicators and, among them, the most widely used by the Brazilian scientific community is chromium oxide ([Cr.