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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The use of potassium dichromate is not recommended for the dyeing of cotton with alkanet as it has not only affected the shade of the dyed sample but its pre- mordanting has severely damaged the fabric in terms of its tensile strength.
Potassium dichromate was the most common metal allergen reported from a contact dermatitis clinic in North India,22 in which 12.
Effect of potassium dichromate on histopathologic changes in testicles of white rats and results of atomic pilograms on fur.
0 g for dolomite) was placed into a 250-mL conical flask; 10mL of IN potassium dichromate was added and allowed to react for 30 min, followed by rapid addition, while swirling, of 20 mL 98% sulfuric acid.
Varying quantities of sterile potassium dichromate were added directly to the cultivation media.
Potassium dichromate was used as a reference standard (Padmaja, R.
Potassium dichromate in the presence of sulphuric acid is used as an oxidizing agent in determination of COD.
The substances, which include trichloroethylene; boric acid; disodium tetraborate, anhydrous; tctraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate; sodium eliminate; potassium chromate; ammonium dichromate; and potassium dichromate, are proposed because of their potentially serious effects on human health.
Three member states - Denmark, France and Germany - have put forward proposals to identify eight chemical substances as SVHC: trichloroethylene; boric acid; disodium tetraborate, anhydrous; tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate; sodium chromate; potassium chromate; ammonium dichromate; and potassium dichromate.
Also potassium dichromate and phosphoric acid solutions, which are not salts of metal and are not water soluble, create special aesthetic effects when used together with colorants.
The use of potassium dichromate solvated in dilute perchloric acid is an established method for validating the absorbance scale and linearity of a spectrophotometer in the UV region.
A correlation was observed between paratertiary butylphenol and involvement of the feet, paraphenylenediamine and generalized dermatitis, and potassium dichromate and occupational exposure.