Trioxyde de chrome

Numéro CAS : 1333-82-0

Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN1463

Formule moléculaire brute : CrO3

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • ACIDE CHROMIQUE SOLIDE
  • Anhydride chromique
  • CHROME (VI), OXYDE DE
  • Chrome (VI), trioxyde de
  • CHROME, TRIOXYDE DE
  • CHROMIC TRIOXIDE
  • CHROMIUM (6+) TRIOXIDE
  • CHROMIUM (VI) OXIDE
  • CHROMIUM OXIDE (CrO3)
  • Chromium(VI) oxide
  • Chromium(VI) trioxide
  • MONO CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE
  • MONOCHROMIUM TRIOXIDE
  • Oxyde de chrome (VI)
  • TRIOXIDE DE CHROME(VI)
  • Trioxyde de chrome
  • TRIOXYDE DE CHROME (6+)
  • TRIOXYDE DE CHROME (VI)
  • TRIOXYDE DE CHROME ANHYDRE

Noms anglais :

  • Chromic anhydride
  • CHROMIUM OXIDE
  • Chromium trioxide
  • Chromium(VI) trioxide
Utilisation et sources d'émission 1 2

Le trioxyde de chrome est utilisé notamment :

  • en galvanoplastie
  • pour préserver le bois
  • pour la passivation de différents métaux comme le zinc, l'aluminium, le cadmium et le laiton
  • en tant qu'agent oxydant en chimie organique

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