chromium chloride

chromium chloride

[′krō·mē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A group of compounds of chromium and chloride; chromium may be in the +2, +3, or +6 oxidation state.
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The chromium supplements included in the analysis were chromium chloride, chromium picolinate, chromium nicotinate, chromium dinicocysteinate and chromium yeast.
A 2004 study evaluated the effect of 6-week oral administration of chromium chloride (CC) on the glucose and lipid metabolism in streptozotocin (STZ) diabetic and neonatal-STZ (nSTZ) diabetic rats.
Chromium nanoparticle exhibits higher absorption efficiency than chromium picolinate and chromium chloride in Caco2 cell monolayers.
Chromium is available in brewer's yeast (in a compound known as glucose tolerance factor) chromium picolinate and chromium chloride, and in many multivitamins.
The team's best results occurred when it cooked the fructose mixtures at 80[degrees]C for about 3 hours and used chromium chloride as a catalyst.
Four of the studies used chromium picolinate and two used chromium chloride.
In the inorganic form such as chromium chloride and chromium oxide, the chromium is poorly absorbed.
Absorption of chromium from chromium chloride was found to be very low and not much different than baseline.
The resulting product is chromium chloride, which is water soluble and thus dissolves out of the steel into the cooling water.