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chromic

/chro·mic/ (kro´mik) of, pertaining to, or related to chromium.
chromic phosphate P 32  a radiolabeled phosphate salt of chromium used in the treatment of metastatic intrapleural or intraperitoneal effusions and of certain ovarian and prostate carcinomas.
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The forth chapter deals with chromic acid market trends review, distinguish chromic acid manufacturers and suppliers.
Polymer substrates were first treated with chromic acid.
Those who had an uncomplicated median episiotomy or a second-degree perineal tear were randomized to sutures made with the three materials; 66 to chromic catgut, 60 to standard polyglactin 910, and 66 to fast-absorbing polyglactin 910.
chromic catgut 76 cm,NW 5033 30mm Plain catgut 2-0 mersuture 3/8 circle round body 300 needle 76cm,Synthetic Absorbable Polygalactia 25mm needle 1/2 Circle Round Body 90cm No.
Chromic acid, which is often used for plating, is both toxic and carcinogenic.
The site now focuses on producing chromic oxide, which is used to manufacture metallurgical grade chrome alloys for use in jet turbines and pigments for ceramics.
The roof is constructed of electro- chromic glass, which occupants can darken or lighten.
NEWBURY PARK - Traffic slowed on the Ventura Freeway southbound at midday Monday, when seven 55-gallon drums of chromic acid fell from a tractor-trailer rig on the Conejo Grade, police said.
Chromic or color-changing technologies dominated the market in 2003.
Consultant pathologist Dr Christopher Rettman said the cause of death was nasal cancer which spread to his brain caused as a result of exposure to chromic exposure or other chromic products.
Around 30 tons of chromic and sulphuric acids began leaking as they were being transferred to a tank late on Thursday evening.
Bacteriology and drug sensitivity of chromic suppurative otitis media at a central hospital in Zimbabwe.