Chromium oxide AR [1333-82-0]
Chromic anhydride is used in the production of other chromic substances, the formulation of preparations used e.g. in metal finishing or as a catalyst, surface treatment with e.g. functional and decorative galvanization, passivation (corrosion resistance).
Physical state: solid
Odor: no smell
pH: 1 (10 g / l H2O, 20 ° C)
Melting point: 196 ° C
Boiling point: decomposition
Auto-ignition temperature: not applicable
Flash point: not applicable
Explosion limits: not applicable:
Vapor pressure: not applicable
Density: 2.7 g / cm3 (20 ° C)
Bulk weight: 1400 kg / m3
in water: 62.5% (20 ° C)
solubility in other solvents: dissolves in acetone and acetic acid.
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