Ammonium Dichromate

Formula: (NH4)2Cr2O7

Molecular Weight: 252.07 g/mol

Melting Point: 1800C

Boiling Point: Decomposes

State at Room Temperature: Solid

Molecular or Ionic: Molecular

Molecular Geometry: Tetrahedral

Discription: Orange Crystals

Uses: Oil Purification, Pickling, Leather Tanning, Photography, Wood Preservative, Catalysts

Interesting Facts: Used in high school chemistry labs to make "volcanos"

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