bichromate

[bahy-kroh-meyt]
noun Chemistry.

Origin:
1850–55; bi-1 + chromate

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bichromate (baɪˈkrəʊˌmeɪt, -mɪt)
 
n
another name for dichromate

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bichromate bi·chro·mate (bī-krō'māt', -mĭt)
n.
See dichromate.

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We opted for the well known sodium bichromate mediated oxidation.
Sodium bichromate, which contains hexavalent chromium, was used in the chlorate manufacturing process.
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