chromate

[n] - any salt or ester of chromic acid
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chromate

a compound in which chromium has a valence of 6. Chromate may be added to drilling fluids either directly or as a constituent of chrome lignites or chrome lignosulfonates. In certain areas, chromate is widely used as a corrosion inhibitor, often in conjunction with lime.
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Chromate

Chro'mate noun [ Confer French chromate . See Chrome .] (Chemistry) A salt of chromic acid.
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chromate

A salt of chromic acid. ... Sodium chromate Cr 51, anionic hexavalent radioactive chromium in the form of sodium chromate (Na251CrO4) with a half-life of 27.8 days; used for the determination of circulating red cell volume and red cell survival time. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chromate

noun any salt or ester of chromic acid
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chromate

(kro┬┤māt) any salt of chromic acid.
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Chromate

• (n.) A salt of chromic acid.
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chromate

Type: Term Pronunciation: krō′māt Definitions: 1. A salt of chromic acid.
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