potassium chromate


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potassium chromate

[pə′tas·ē·əm ′krō‚māt]
(inorganic chemistry)
K2CrO4 Yellow crystals, melting at 971°C; soluble in water, insoluble in alcohol; used as an analytical reagent and textile mordant, in enamels, inks, and medicines, and as a chemical intermediate.
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Potassium chromate dissolved in water was fed by feeding syringe directly into ventriculus while Vitamin E and Se powder was fed after dissolving in (600mg Vitamin E and Se in 0.
More specifically, Klein et al (32) found a 3-fold increase in mutation frequency at 40 [micro]M potassium chromate for 2 h while Reynolds et al (33) found no increase in mutation frequency with the same treatment for 3 h in cells that were not pre-loaded with ascorbate.
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