What is CrO3?

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Cro3 refers to chromium trioxide which is an acidic anhydride derived from chromic acid. This is an organic compound which has a characteristic dark red or orange brown color and its solid in nature. Cro3 is mainly used for electroplating.
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CrO. 3. is Chromium(VI) oxide also called Chromium trioxide.
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Chromium trioxide can also be noted as
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The oxidation state of Cr in CrO3 is +6 (O is -2 so O3 in CrO3 gives a total of -6 charge so Cr must have a +6 charge) report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02 2012 at
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yes, it is ionic so you should write it is chromium (6) oxide. my chem teacher always told me that scientist are "lazy" in that sense. they try to make everything as simple
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