Preparation of chromium oxide (chromium(III) oxide)
250 g potassium dichromate are thoroughly mixed with 50 g of sulfur placed in a crucible covered and ignited for one hour in Muffle furnace. The green contents of the crucible are ground, boiled several times with water, filtered and dried.
Laboratory manual of inorganic preparations, by H. T. Vulte, 152-153, 1895
37 g of potassium dichromate are mixed intimately with 37 g of ammonium chloride in a clay crucible and heated with slowly rising temperature over a Bunsen flame in the hood until no more vapors are given off. The contents are cooled and powdered. The material is washed by decantation with successive portions of boiling water until no more test for chloride is obtained, then filtered and dried for several hours at 105-120°C. The filter cake is reground and dried again overnight. The product is a loose green powder which is not attacked by acids or alkalies, especially after ignition. Yield almost theoretical.
Inorganic laboratory preparations, by G. G. Schlessinger, 9, 1962
10 g of ammonium dichromate are placed in a small heap in a large (8-inch) porcelain basin. A red-hot iron wire is touched to the material; the reaction spreads throughout the mixture with incandescence and sparks and is soon completed. The loose green product is extracted with hot water until the washings are colorless and then dried at 100° C. The yield depends entirely on the completeness of the ignition; if considerable quantities of orange dichromate remain in the basin, the entire mass is reheated in an upright clamped flask until decomposition is complete.
Inorganic laboratory preparations, by G. G. Schlessinger, 10, 1962
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