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Chromium was found in France!

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Some chromium compounds: chromium bromides, chromium chlorides, chromium fluorides, chromium iodides, potassium dichromate, sodium chromate, chromium oxide, chromium sulfide, etc.


No. Chromium is an element but always found in a compound form. There are several chromium compounds.


Chromium chlorides, Chromite (FeCr2O4), and Chromium oxide (Cr2O3).


Chromium is found in some chrome spray paint.


Chromite is the chromium ore containing iron,chromium oxide


It is found primarily in chromite, a combination of iron, chromium, and oxygen.


chromium is an element that is found on the period table. Chromium can be added with another element or a compound of elements to create a compound, but chromium by it self is an element.


Chromium is associated with iron in chromite.


Important chromium ores deposits exist in South Africa, Kazachstan, Russia, India, Turkey.


All of these are elements: iron, chromium, cobalt, manganese, and molybdenum.


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


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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Chromium has the chemical symbol Cr and an atomic number of 24 . Particulars can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ChromiumWell, I have the same question respond please


No, iron is an element. Chrmium is also an element, so there are no other substances, compounds or otherwise, that are found in it. However, there are alloys that contain both iron and chromium along with other metals.


Chromium fluorides are: Chromium difluoride: CrF2 Chromium trifluoride: CrF3 Chromium tetrafluoride: CrF4 Chromium pentafluoride: CrF5 Chromium hexafluoride: CrF6


The atomic number of chromium(Cr) is 24. It is in Group 6 and Period 4. It can be found like in the middle, more to the left.


Chrome isn't a rock. Chromium is mostly found in the form of the minerals chromite (an oxide of iron and chromium) and crocoite (lead chromate).


Chromium oxide may refer to:Chromium(II) oxide, CrOChromium(III) oxide, Cr2O3Chromium dioxide (chromium(IV) oxide), CrO2Chromium trioxide (chromium(VI) oxide), CrO3


For example: chromium, nickel, uranium salts.


Chromium is a 3d element. chromium is a metal.


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Chromium is a 3d element. chromium is a metal.



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