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    Chromium 24

    Cr

    51.9961(6)

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    Name: chromium

    Symbol: Cr

    Atomic number: 24

    Atomic weight: 51.9961 (6)

    CAS Registry ID: 7440-47-3

    Group number: 6

    Group name: (none)

    Period number: 4

    Block: d-block

    Description

    Here is a brief description of chromium.

    Standard state: solid at 298 K

    Colour: silvery metallic

    Classification: Metallic

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    Chromium is steel-gray, lustrous, hard, metallic, and takes a high polish. Its compounds are toxic. It is found as chromite ore. Siberian red lead (crocoite, PrCrO4) is a chromium ore prized as a red pigment for oil paints.

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    cartoon included by kind permission of Nick Kim. Emerald is a form of beryl (a beryllium aluminium silicate) which is green because of the inclusion of a little chromium into the beryl crytal lattice in place of some of the aluminium ions. Similarly, traces of chromium incorporated into the crystal lattice of corundum (crystalline aluminium oxide, Al2O3) as a replacement for some of the Al3+ ions results in another highly coloured gem stone, in this case the red ruby.

    Isolation

    Here is a brief summary of the isolation of chromium.

    It is not normally necessary to make chromium in the laboratory as it is so readily available commercially. The most useful source of chromium commercially is the ore chromite, FeCr2O4. Oxidation of this ore by air in molten alkali gives sodium chromate, Na2CrO4 in which the chromium is in the +6 oxidation state. This is converted to the Cr(III) oxide Cr2O3 by extraction into water, precipitation, and reduction with carbon. The oxide is then further reduced with aluminium or silicon to form chromium metal.

    Cr2O3 + 2Al 2Cr + Al2O3

    2Cr2O3 + 3Si 4Cr + 3SiO2

    Another kind of isolation is by electroplating processes. This involves the dissolution of Cr2O3 in sulphuric acid to give an electrolyte used for chromium electroplating.

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    鉻的產地: Chromium is mined as chromite (FeCr2O4) ore. Chromium is obtained commercially by heating the ore in the presence of aluminium or silicon. Roughly half the chromite ore in the world is produced in South Africa. Kazakhstan, India and Turkey are also substantial producers. Untapped chromite deposits are plentiful, but geographically concentrated in Kazakhstan and southern Africa. Approximately 15 million tons of marketable chromite ore were produced in 2000, and converted into approximately 4 million tons of ferro-chrome with an approximate market value of 2.5 billion US dollars.Though native chromium deposits are rare, some native chromium metal has been discovered. The Udachnaya Mine in Russia produces samples of the native metal. This mine is a kimberlite pipe rich in diamonds, and the reducing environment so provided helped produce both elemental chromium and diamond.鉻的用途: Uses of chromium:In metallurgy, to impart corrosion resistance and a shiny finish: as an alloy constituent, e.g. in stainless steel, in chrome plating, in anodized aluminium (literally turning the surface of aluminium into ruby). As dyes and paints. Chromium(III) Oxide is a metal polish known as Green rouge. Chromium salts color glass an emerald green. Chromium is what makes a ruby red, and therefore is used in producing synthetic rubies. As a catalyst. Chromite is used to make molds for the firing of bricks. Chromium salts are used in the tanning of leather. Potassium dichromate is a chemical reagent, used in cleaning laboratory glassware and as a titrating agent. It is also used as a mordant (i.e. a fixing agent) for dyes in fabric. Chromium(IV) oxide (CrO2) is used to manufacture magnetic tape, where its higher coercivity than iron oxide tapes gives better performance. In well drilling muds as an anti-corrosive.

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