dichromate

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From di- +‎ chromate.

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dichromate (plural dichromates)

  1. (chemistry) any salt of dichromic acid; in solution the orange dichromate anion (Cr2O72-) is in equilibrium with the yellow chromate anion (CrO42-), the relative amount of each ion depending on the pH; they are both very powerful oxidizing agents

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