chromic

adjective
chro·​mic | \ ˈkrō-mik How to pronounce chromic (audio) \

Definition of chromic

: of, relating to, or derived from chromium especially with a valence of three

First Known Use of chromic

1800, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chromic

borrowed from French (acide) chrômique, from chrôme "chromium" + -ique -ic entry 1 — more at chrome entry 1

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chromic

adjective
chro·​mic | \ ˈkrō-mik How to pronounce chromic (audio) \

Medical Definition of chromic

: of, relating to, or derived from chromium especially with a valence of three

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