dichromate


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dichromate

[dī′krō‚māt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A salt of dichromic acid, usually orange or red. Also known as bichromate.
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Chapter Seven Analysis of Sodium dichromate Industry Chain 7.
Because experiments were carried out by varying pH of solutions from pH = 2 to pH = 7 at three different concentrations (5, 100, 250 ppm) dichromate species is out of focus of this study (Table 3).
Varying quantities of sterile potassium dichromate were added directly to the cultivation media.
The siphoned FLF was dried at 80[degrees]C for 72 h and the carbon of the FLF was determined by wet combustion using a mixture of potassium dichromate and sulfuric acid under heating (Yeomans and Bremner 1988).
At the same time potassium dichromate and phosphoric acid and their solutions were prepared and these were either applied directly or by mixing in to different solutions onto the surfaces coloured with different solutions.
In the summer of that year, contract work crews and safety personnel identified sodium dichromate as a potential occupational hazard in the work environment.
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Milk samples were preserved with potassium dichromate [10].
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The Eaglescliffe site, which now employs around 118, ended production of chromic acid and chrome sulphate and concentrates on chrome oxide and sodium dichromate.
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