sodium dichromate

[ soh-dee-uhm dahy-kroh-meyt ]
/ ˈsoʊ di əm daɪˈkroʊ meɪt /
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noun Chemistry.
a red or orange crystalline, water-soluble solid, Na2Cr2O7⋅2H2O, used as an oxidizing agent in the manufacture of dyes and inks, as a corrosion inhibitor, a mordant, a laboratory reagent, in the tanning of leather, and in electroplating.
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Also so·di·um bi·chro·mate [soh-dee-uhm bahy-kroh-meyt] /ˈsoʊ di əm baɪˈkroʊ meɪt/ .

Origin of sodium dichromate

First recorded in 1900–05
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sodium dichromate

a soluble crystalline solid compound, usually obtained as red or orange crystals and used as an oxidizing agent, corrosion inhibitor, and mordant. Formula Na 2 Cr 2 O 7Also called (not in technical usage): sodium bichromate
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