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Google has official documentation on the Chrome iOS app’s URI scheme on its developer website.
Simply replace with http googlechrome and with https googlechromes. This means:
http://www.google.com/ becomes googlechrome://www.tutorialslides.com/
https://apple.stackexchange.com/ becomes googlechromes://appsfruit.com/
Previously, it supported an x-callback-url of.googlechrome-x-callback:// This allowed the calling app to indicate its name and URI scheme to Chrome, which would show a back button in the address bar that closes the tab and invokes the specified URI. This feature was removed a few years ago when iOS 9 added the “Back to …” button in the status bar (but the URI scheme still works).
Full tutorial on this link