Sodium Chromium Oxide is an inorganic compound with a dark green color. It is commonly used as an oxidizing agent in various chemical reactions and has applications in battery technology, particularly in high-energy-density batteries. This compound’s unique properties make it important in the field of materials science and energy storage research.
|Name of Product||Sodium Chromium Oxide|
|Synonyms||Sodium Chromium Oxide; Sodium chromite; Chromic sodium oxygen(-2) anion; Sodium chromate(III)|
|Molecular Weight||106.985 g/mol|
|1||Appearance (Form)||Solid Powder|
|2||Appearance (Color)||Dark Green|
|3||Solubility||Sparingly soluble in Water|
|4||Density||2.5 g/cm3 - 3.5 g/cm3|
It involves the reversible movement of sodium ions and the associated changes in the oxidation states of chromium within sodium chromium oxide electrode. This process stores energy during charging and releases it as electrical power during discharge, allowing the battery to function as an energy storage device.