potassium dichromate

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po·tas·si·um di·chro·mate

, potassium bichromate
used externally as an astringent, antiseptic, and caustic; strong oxidizing agent.

Kali bich

A homeopathic remedy used for head and neck, gastrointestinal and genital tract complaints, including colds, migraines, nausea, sinusitis and vomiting.
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Recently, study done by Waranya Bet al (8) in Thailand, the most frequent allergen found was potassium bichromate with an incidence of 27%, which is comparable to our study (30%).
All the patients who showed positive reactions to potassium bichromate were males, with the majority of the cases being labourers, coming in contact with cement on a regular basis.
It relies on the selective hardening of colloids, pigments and either ammonium or potassium bichromate when exposed to ultraviolet light.