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Sodium Dichromate

Sodium Dichromate is a red or red-orange crystalline solid. It may be strongly irritating to skin, eyes and mucous membranes.


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Sodium Dichromate is red solid, soluble, powerful oxidizing agent, and consequently a fire hazard with dry carbonaceous materials. Formed by acidifying sodium chromate solution, and then evaporating. Used in matches and pyrotechnics, in leather tanning and in the textile industry, as a source of chromate that is cheaper than potassium dichromate.