chromic acid


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chromic acid

 [kro´mik]
1. a dibasic acid, H2CrO4; its salts are called chromates.
2. chromium trioxide.

chro·mic ac·id

(krō'mik as'id),
A strong oxidizing agent formed by dissolving chromium trioxide (CrO3) in water. Has been used in solution as a topical antiseptic.

chromic acid

/chro·mic ac·id/ the common name for chromium trioxide (CrO3), although the term strictly refers to the species H2CrO4, which exists only in aqueous solution. It is a highly toxic, corrosive, strong oxidizing agent.

chromic acid

1. a dibasic acid, H2CrO4; its salts are called chromates.
2. chromium trioxide.
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