About Chromic Acid 3% Lab Grade
Chromic Acid usually refers to a collection of compounds formed via the dissolution of Chromium Trioxide in Sulfuric Acid, or via the acidification of Chromate/Dichromate solutions. It is a dark red, strongly corrosive liquid. Since it contains chromium in its +6 oxidation state, it has strong oxidizing properties and a high redox potential.
Lab Alley’s Chromic Acid, 3% Solution contains 3% by weight of Chromic Acid mixed with 97% by weight of purified Water.
Chromic acid is an intermediate in chromium plating, and is also used in ceramic glazes, and colored glass. It is a strong oxidizer (reacts with organic material) that it is used to clean glassware with stubborn organic stains.
Common Uses and Applications
- Chromium plating
- Oxidizing agent in organic chemistry reactions
- Musical instrument repair
- Instrument Repair Industry
- Metal Industry
|Chromic(Vi) Acid, Dihydroxy(Dioxo)Chromium, Chromic Acid (H2CrO4), Acide Chromique, Tetraoxochromic Acid|
Safety and Shipping InformationDOT: Chromic acid solution, 8, UN1755, PG II,
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