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any salt or ester of chromic acid

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IES pigments were originally developed and introduced in the 1980s (8), (9) as nonhazardous, environmentally compliant alternatives to traditional anticorrosive pigments, such as chromates and lead pigments, as well as the existing zinc phosphate anticorrosive pigments.
As they age, the small lead chromate particles are completely reduced to chromium oxide, while larger ones maintain a core of lead chromate that is coated in a shell of chromium oxide.
Studies have not been done of particulate Cr(VI) after oral exposure, but given the low pH of the stomach, it is likely that these exposures would ultimately become exposures to soluble Cr(VI) as particulate chromates dissolve at low pH.
Inorganic pigments include ultramarine blues, conventional and encapsulated lead chromates, mixed-metal oxides, aluminum pastes, titanium dioxide, specialty blacks, and chromium oxide green.
Jens Christoffer Markmanrud, project manager, Jotun, explained that lead chromates are still legal in many markets where the company is active.
However, Jotun's project manager Jens Christoffer Marlcmanrud noted that lead chromates are still legal in many markets where the company is active.
The company is scheduled to phase out lead chromates in 2014, by which Jotun will take a global position and apply with new EU Reach regulations.
Animal studies illustrate that slightly soluble and highly insoluble Cr(VI) particulates such as chromates of zinc, lead, strontium, barium, and sintered calcium consistently induced a tumor response, albeit with variable efficacy (reviewed by IARC 1990).
The higher values of the corrosion potential range of Lot CrN may be attributed to the presence of chromates.
Shoe dermatitis" may result from leather containing chromates and patients should change their shoes and socks throughout the day especially if they are allergic or if there is excess perspiration.
Dominion Colour Corporation (DCC) has announced its acquisition of Compania Venezolana De Pigmentos (Cavenpi), a Valencia, Venezuela based producer of azo organic pigments and lead chromates.
Because it has been recently learned that certain microbacterium degrades piping and condenser systems that no longer use chromates, the firm has had to replace piping systems in several fairly new buildings.
B The Barrier Should Protect Against Acids, Alkalis, Resins, Paints, Varnishes, Hydro Carbon Solvents,Diesel Grease Chromates,Lubricating Oils Phenolic Compounds.
One of the oldest product groups is lead chromates which, due to their properties such as weather fastness and color strength, have been in great demand.
One of their oldest product groups is lead chromates which, due to their properties such as weather-fastness and color strength, have been in great demand.