bichromate


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bi·chro·mate

 (bī-krō′māt′, -mĭt)
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bichromate

(baɪˈkrəʊˌmeɪt; -mɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for dichromate
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di•chro•mate

(daɪˈkroʊ meɪt)

n.
a salt of the hypothetical acid H2Cr2O7, as potassium dichromate, K2Cr2O7.
[1860–65]
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Noun1.bichromate - a salt of the hypothetical dichromic acid
salt - a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
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bichromate

nBichromat nt
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References in classic literature ?
It is composed of a Bunsen pile, which I do not work with bichromate of potash, but with sodium.
The soil organic matter was determined by potassium bichromate titrimetric method described in GB 9834-88:1988.
Barbara Eberhard has been hard at work creating her Gum Bichromate images because she has two solo exhibits during the month of May.
For Matthew Brandt's gum bichromate print 711376Fu3, 'Manhattan: 16th Street (west)-8th Avenue: 1931, 2014, which showed an archival image of a no longer extant building in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, the artist used dust from the titular site as pigment in the printing process.
Ten ml of clarified soluble sugar extract were mixed with 5 ml of 7.5% aqueous solution of potassium bichromate and 30 ml of 50% suphuric acid.
Zhao, "Sodium bichromate eye burn in the integrative medicine," Clinical Journal of Chinese Medicine, vol.
Calibration of the stage was completed using the following standards: pure water inclusions (0[degrees]C), pure CO2 inclusions (-56.6[degrees]C), and potassium bichromate (398[degrees]C).
Soil pH was determined in 1: 2.5 (v/v) soil/water suspension, organic matter content was determined using the potassium bichromate titrimetric method, available nitrogen was measured by using the alkaline hydrolysis diffusion method, available potassium was measured using the neutral ammonium acetate extraction method, and available phosphorus was determined using alkaline sodium bicarbonate as the extractant in a 20: 1 ratio [38].
The concentration of organic carbon in soil was determined by the method of potassium bichromate. Laser Grain-size Analyzerwas used to analyze soil mechanical composition.
This form of photographic production involved printing a negative on a medium that contained carbon and other pigments placed on a gelatin base which had been made light-sensitive by being soaked in a bath of potassium bichromate. To achieve a reddish brown, sepia effect (sepia-like khaki being a later 19th-century desired colour of the British Raj), dry soap, sugar, lamp black, carmine lake or Indian red, and in particular indigo, should be added.
The 38 members of PhotoZone work with a variety of photographic printing skills, including silver print, platinum/palladium, gum bichromate and digital production and welcome all kinds of expression such as hand-colored, airbrush, 3-D, collage, HDR and mixed media, whether in portraiture, street photography, nature photography or abstract expression.