potassium chromate

potassium chromate
A potassium salt of chromic acid, KCrO; the yellow crystals are soluble in water, and it is used as an analytical reagent.

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  • Potassium chromate — Chembox new ImageFile = Potassium chromate sample.jpg IUPACName = Potassium Chromate Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 7789 00 6 Section2 = Chembox Properties K = 2 | Cr = 1 | O = 4 Appearance = Yellow odorless powder Density = 2.7320 g… …   Wikipedia

  • potassium chromate — kalio chromatas statusas T sritis chemija formulė K₂CrO₄ atitikmenys: angl. potassium chromate rus. калий хромовокислый; калия хромат ryšiai: sinonimas – dikalio tetraoksochromatas …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • potassium chromate — noun : a yellow crystalline salt K2CrO4 having uses similar to those of sodium chromate …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chromate De Potassium — Cristaux de chromate de Potassium Général Nom IUPAC …   Wikipédia en Français

  • chromate — [ krɔmat ] n. m. • 1797; de chrome ♦ Chim. Sel de l acide chromique. Chromate jaune (de potassium). Chromate rouge : bichromate de potassium. ● chromate nom masculin Sel de l acide chromique renfermant l anion CrO42−. chromate [kʀɔmat] n. m. ÉTYM …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • Potassium — (pronEng|pəˈtæsiəm) is a chemical element. It has the symbol K ( la. kalium, from ar. qalīy), atomic number 19, and atomic mass 39.0983. The name potassium comes from the word potash , as potassium was first isolated from potash. Potassium is a… …   Wikipedia

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  • potassium — /peuh tas ee euhm/, n. Chem. a silvery white metallic element that oxidizes rapidly in the air and whose compounds are used as fertilizer and in special hard glasses. Symbol: K; at. wt.: 39.102; at. no.: 19; sp. gr.: 0.86 at 20°C. [1800 10; < NL; …   Universalium

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