dichromate


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dichromate

 [di-kro´māt]
a salt containing the bivalent Cr2O7 radical.

di·chro·mate

(dī-krō'māt),
A compound containing the radical Cr2O7=.

dichromate

/di·chro·mate/ (-māt) a salt containing the bivalent Cr2O7 radical.

di·chro·mate

(dī-krō'māt)
A compound containing the radical Cr2O7=.

dichromate

a salt containing the bivalent Cr2O7 radical.
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This observation is further supported by the progressive decrease in the growth of the two fungi on culture plates treated with varying concentrations of potassium dichromate as presented in Plates 1 and 2.
Potassium dichromate has made it easier for the applied colorant to be seen from the other surface and also made the expected reflection to appear on either the interior or the exterior surface.
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The Eaglescliffe site, which now employs around 118, ended production of chromic acid and chrome sulphate, and concentrates on chrome oxide and sodium dichromate.
For the item, "aqueous potassium dichromate is added
The original process employed copper sulfate immersion followed by sodium dichromate treatment, although other chemicals were also evaluated (Baechler et al.
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