chromium trioxide(redirected from Chromic anhydride)
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CrO3; chromic acid, a strong oxidizing agent used as a caustic to remove warts and other small growths from the skin and genitals.
a chemical element, atomic number 24, atomic weight 51.996, symbol Cr. See Table 6.
chromium nutritional deficiency
possibly causally related to the onset of diabetes mellitus in primates.
possibly carcinogenic in humans. See also chromate.