|what is the element symbol for chromium||1.39||0.4||8314||89|
|chromium element symbol||1.69||1||4653||85|
|chromium periodic table symbol||1.57||0.8||2449||31|
|what is chromium element||0.76||0.8||7713||77|
|what type of element is chromium||1.81||0.9||9757||27|
|what kind of element is chromium||1.55||0.9||3782||70|
|is chromium a element||1.48||0.8||938||99|
|symbol for hexavalent chromium||1.35||0.4||9808||6|
|chromium element atomic number||0.58||1||1061||4|
|what is chromium atomic number||0.12||0.2||7156||74|
|chromium element periodic table||1.88||0.8||3635||52|
|chromium in the periodic table||1.95||0.4||8408||69|
|chromium element or compound||1.31||0.4||2401||90|
Chromium is a chemical element with the symbol Cr and atomic number 24. It is the first element in group 6. It is a steely-grey, lustrous, hard, and brittle transition metal.What are the safety hazards associated with chromium?
Workers who are exposed to hexavalent chromium are at increased risk of developing lung cancer, asthma, or damage to the nasal epithelia and skin. What are the physical and chemical properties of chromium?
Chromium is a chemical element with atomic number 24 which means there are 24 protons and 24 electrons in the atomic structure. The chemical symbol for Chromium is Cr. Chromium is a steely-grey, lustrous, hard and brittle metal  which takes a high polish, resists tarnishing, and has a high melting point.How is chromium used to make stainless steel?
Industrial production of chromium proceeds from chromite ore (mostly FeCr 2 O 4) to produce ferrochromium, an iron-chromium alloy, by means of aluminothermic or silicothermic reactions. Ferrochromium is then used to produce alloys such as stainless steel.