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Chromate

Chromate

a salt of chromic acid.

sodium chromate cr 51, anionic hexavalent radioactive chromium in the form of sodium chromate (Na251CrO4) with a half-life of 27.8 days; used for the determination of circulating red cell volume and red cell survival time.


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