Chromic acid is most commonly used in the laboratory as a cleaning fluid, both acidic and oxidizing, can remove dirt and insoluble substances on the inner and outer walls of experimental instruments.
Chromic acid can be mixed with oxidizing agents. Many organic compounds can be oxidized by chromic acid, and many hexavalent chromium-based oxidants have been developed.
Chromic acid can also be used for chromium plating, high-purity metal chromium, used in the production of pigments, mordants, medicines and coal, also used in the production of certain glazes and stained glass.
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