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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Product Sub-Category : Sulphuric acid, sodium bisulphate and dichromate
Among thesepollutants chromate (CrO4 2-), dichromate (Cr2O7 2-),phosphate (PO4), nitrite (NO2 ) and selenate (SeO4) are the most common ones [21].
The survival rates in 50, 100, and 500 ug/mL potassium dichromate (K2Cr2O7), used as a positive control, were 97.
Belo Horizonte, Brazil) and stained with phloroglucinol (JOHANSEN, 1940) to show lignin contents and dichromate (GABE, 1968), demonstrating the presence of phenolic compounds.
In response to the CrVI nomination, NTP conducted short-term and long-term toxicity and carcinogenicity studies on sodium dichromate dihydrate, a compound that contains hexavalent chromium.
Birds of groups 2, 5, 6 and 7 were administered chromium (Potassium dichromate, K2Cr2O7; Cr6+) @ 270 mg/kg through the feed.
Sample and standard concentrations were prepared by distillation in potassium dichromate solutions.
Potassium dichromate showed the highest incidence (27.
The filtrate was treated with sodium dichromate to remove Al2O3 which increased the purity.
Early wet methods outlined chemical determination of TOC by three main substances: acidified or alkaline solutions of permanganate or dichromate or, alternatively, hydrogen peroxide in conjunction with chromic acid (Ames and Gaither 1914; Degtjareff 1930).
Occupational contact dermatitis clinics in Germany conducted patch tests on construction workers, which showed that potassium dichromate was the commonest allergen (31.