chromic oxide


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chromic oxide

n.
A bright-green powder or very hard crystals, Cr2O3, used in metallurgy and as a paint pigment.
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On the acid digestion method for the determination of chromic oxide as an index substance in the study of digestibility of fish feed.
Apparent digestibility of nutrients (%) = 100 - 100 x [percent chromic oxide in diet x percent nutrient in feces / percent chromic oxide in feces x percent nutrient in diet].
Chromic oxide concentration of the feed and feces samples was measured using the acid digestion technique (Furukawa & Tsukahara, 1996).
Chromite ores of Muslimbagh were considered high in chromic oxide contents (Cr2O3 34%) as compared to Malakand chromite ores with (Cr2O3 30%).
Gross energy content was measured by combustion in an adiabatic bomb calorimeter (Parr Instruments, Moline, IL, USA, model Parr 6200), and chromic oxide was determined using a process involving perchloric and nitric acid digestion followed by atomic absorption spectrometric determination (KIMURA & MILLER, 1957).
2) including ash content, chromic oxide and fat contents.
Were used the following indicators chromic oxide and indigestible acid detergent fiber (FDAi) for estimating the forage dry matter intake and the apparent digestibility of dry matter and nutrients determined in the samples using the in "situ" degradability technique for 144h.
Chromium (VI) is used and/or released in the occupational setting of a number of major industries, especially chrome ore smelting, electroplating and chromic oxide and tanning salts production.
Furakawa A and H Tsukahara On the acid digestion method of the determination of chromic oxide as an index substance in the study of digestibility of fish feed.
The site now focuses on producing chromic oxide, which is used to manufacture metallurgical grade chrome alloys for use in jet turbines and pigments for ceramics.