[ bahy-krohm ]
/ ˈbaɪˌkroʊm /


Origin of bichrome

First recorded in 1920–25; bi-1 + -chrome Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

Examples from the Web for bichrome

  • The animal gum contained in the Indian ink combines with the bichrome, and becomes insoluble under the influence of light.

  • I take a solution of acetate of lead (sugar of lead), and to it I add some solution of bichrome (potassium bichromate).

  • Potassic dichromate (bichromate of potash: bichrome) contains potassium, chromium, and oxygen.