Definition of Chromates

1. Noun. (plural of chromate) ¹



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Definition of Chromates

1. chromate [n] - See also: chromate

Medical Definition of Chromates

1. Salts of chromic acid containing the cro(2-)4 radical. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromates

chroman
chromane
chromanes
chromanol
chromanone
chromans
chromaphil
chromas
chromascope
chromascopes
chromat-
chromate
chromate reductase
chromate stain
chromates
chromatherapy
chromatiaceae
chromatian
chromatic
chromatic aberration
chromatic apparatus
chromatic audition
chromatic color
chromatic colour
chromatic fibre
chromatic granule
chromatic number
chromatic numbers
chromatic scale

Literary usage of Chromates

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1. Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the by Edward Turner (1833)
"Chromates. THE salts of chromic acid are mostly either of a yellow or red colour ... The chromates of the common metals are decomposed by a strong red heat, ..."

2. Elements of chemistry: theoretical and practical by William Allen Miller (1868)
"The chromates of the alkali- metals are soluble in water; the normal salts have the general ... from •which the other chromates are generally obtained. ..."

3. Coal-tar and Ammonia by Georg Lunge (1916)
"(BP 10684, of 1894) prepares these chromates by mixing concentrated solutions of sodium chromates and ammonium picrate ; the sodium picrate, which is very ..."

4. A Course of Practical Chemistry: Arranged for the Use of Medical Students by William Odling (1865)
"SILICATES / In the following paragraphs, describing the several reactions of the different acids, the order of the above list is adopted. (81.) Chromates. ..."

5. A System of Volumetric Analysis by Emil Fleischer (1877)
"Commercially-important Chromates. Certain chromates are employed as colour-materials ; the most important are the chromates of potassium, lead, and copper. ..."

6. Descriptive Mineralogy by William Shirley Bayley (1917)
"CHAPTER XIII THE Chromates, TUNGSTATES AND MOLYBDATES THE Chromates The ... There are several other chromates known, but they are basic salts and are rare. ..."

7. Elementary Chemical Microscopy by Emile Monnin Chamot (1921)
"Chromates; BIChromates. a. Test with Silver Nitrate in nitric acid ... Bichromates give no separation of crystals with Manganous Sulphate; Chromates do. ..."

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