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Chromium does not occur freely in nature. The main chromium mineral is chromite. Chromium compounds can be found in waters only in trace amounts. Many chromium compounds are relatively water insoluble. Chromium (III) compounds are water insoluble because these are largely bound to floating particles in water. Chromium (III) oxide and chromium (III) hydroxide are the only water soluble compounds.Chromium (VI) oxide is an example of an excellently water soluble chromium compounds

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