Chromic-acid



noun
1.
a hypothetical acid, H 2 CrO 4 , known only in solution or in the form of its salts.
noun
1.
an unstable dibasic oxidizing acid known only in solution and in the form of chromate salts. Formula: H2CrO4

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  • Chromic-chloride

    noun 1. a violet, crystalline compound, CrCl 3 , occurring in both water-soluble and water-insoluble forms, or a green or violet, water-soluble deliquescent compound, CrCl 3 ⋅6H 2 O: used chiefly as a mordant, in chrome-steel plating, and in the synthesis of chromium salts.

  • Chromic-fluoride

    noun 1. a green, crystalline, water-insoluble powder, CrF 3 ⋅4H 2 O or CrF 3 ⋅9H 2 O: used chiefly in printing and dyeing woolens.



  • Chromic-oxide

    noun 1. a bright-green crystalline powder, Cr 2 O 3 , insoluble in water: used in metallurgy and as the pigment chrome green.

  • Chromidrosis

    [kroh-mi-droh-sis, krohm-hi-, -hahy-] /ˌkroʊ mɪˈdroʊ sɪs, ˌkroʊm hɪ-, -haɪ-/ noun, Pathology. 1. the secretion of pigmented sweat. chromidrosis chro·mi·dro·sis (krō’mĭ-drō’sĭs) or chrom·hi·dro·sis (krōm’hĭ-drō’sĭs, -hī-) n. The excretion of sweat containing pigment.



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