Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Sodium Dichromate

Sodium dichromate is also commonly referred to as sodium bichromate or sodium bichromate dihydrate and is known technically as sodium dichromate dihydrate.Sodium dichromate is also used in the manufacture of photographic films, flavors, essential oils, saccharin, pharmaceuticals, pyrotechnics, explosives, safety matches, chrome glues and adhesives, wood stains, poison fly paper, process engraving and lithography, synthetic perfumes, chrome alum manufacture, alloys, ceramic products, depolarizers in dry cell batteries, bleaching fats and waxes.

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