Barium chromate

a yellow, crystalline compound, BaCrO 4 , used as a pigment (barium yellow)


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  • Barium-hydrate

    baryta (def 2). Also called calcined baryta, barium oxide, barium monoxide, barium protoxide. a white or yellowish-white poisonous solid, BaO, highly reactive with water: used chiefly as a dehydrating agent and in the manufacture of glass. Also called caustic baryta, barium hydroxide, barium hydrate. the hydroxide, hydrated form of this compound, Ba(OH) 2 ⋅8H 2 […]

  • Barium hydroxide

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