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Producing tri chrome from chromic acid





October 24, 2010

Can we produce cr3+ from chromic acid & how

Ashok Gupta
employee - India



October 25, 2010

Hi, Ashok

While your question is no doubt clear in your mind, it's not clear in mine. Are you trying to reduce hexavalent chrome to trivalent for safe discharge? For what purpose are you trying to make tri-chrome? Are you asking whether someone can and will transmit to you via an internet posting how to produce a commercially viable trivalent chromate conversion treatment for aluminum, or perhaps a robust trivalent chromium electroplating bath? -- sorry but the latter two will not happen. Please clarify exactly what you are trying to do by remembering the netiquette principle that you should not expect more words in the answer than were in your question :-) Thanks!

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
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