By continuing to use our site, you consent to the processing of cookies and other user data in accordance with the privacy policy.

Chromium oxide Cr2O3

Chromium oxide is an inorganic compound with the formula Cr2O3. It is one of the principal oxides of chromium.
In nature, it occurs as the rare mineral eskolaite. Cr2O3 is a hard, brittle material (Mohs hardness 8 to 8.5). It is not readily attacked by acids.
Chromium oxide is a well known catalyst for the complete oxidation of chlorinated hydrocarbons due to its high removal activity.

Mainly used in metallurgy, paints, refractory materials and ceramics industries.

Chemical composition Assay(%) Test report
Cr2O3 99 99.2
Cr 0.060 0.046
Moisture content 0.15 0.12
hydrotrope 0.30 0.28
PH 5-8 6.53
(0.045mm%)residue on sieve  

0.2 0.1

Chromium oxide Cr2O3

CAS number 1308-38-9
HS number 3206200000
Grade Industrial grade
Molecular formula Cr2O3
Properties Olive green powder. Melting point to 2266 ±25 ℃ , boiling point 2266  ℃, for hexagonal system or amorphous olive green powder, with metallic luster and magnetism. Insoluble in water and acid, soluble in hot alkali metal salt solution, light, atmosphere, high temperature and corrosive gas (SO2, H2S, etc.) and stability.
Application Mainly used in metallurgy, paint, refractory materials and ceramic industries.
Packing 25 kg per bag.

    Send us a message

    By clicking on the button, you consent to the processing of your personal data in accordance with privacy policy.


    Atlas LLC