ferricyanide


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fer·ri·cy·a·nide

(fer'i-sī'ă-nīd, fer-ē-),
The anion Fe(CN)63-.
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Analytically pure sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and potassium ferricyanide were supplied by Xiaoshan Chemistry Co.
The aqueous solution is comprised of essentially a film-forming agent comprising at least one vanadate salt, wherein the film-forming agent forms the corrosion resistant coating at a first rate; a supplemental soluble metal anion selected from the group consisting of ferricyanide, anions of iron, anions of molybdenum, anions of tungsten, anions of manganese, anions of boron, and anions of phosphorous, wherein the supplemental soluble metal anion accelerates the first rate thereby causing the corrosion resistant coating to form faster than the first rate; and a substrate activator, the substrate activator adapted to remove oxides on the metal substrate prior to formation of the corrosion resistant coating.
The other chamber, the cathode, was filled with potassium ferricyanide, a chemical that acts as an oxidizing agent to round out the electrical circuit.
Aren't ferricyanide molecules, unlike their ions, electrically neutral?
5% potassium ferricyanide for 60 min at room temperature.
The third is the standard version of Murakami's reagent (10g potassium hydroxide, 10g potassium ferricyanide and 100 mL distilled water) used at 122F (50c) for 3 min to color iron phosphide dark yellow or brown and leave the cementite and ferrite colorless.
To improve the quality of G-banding, the Ag-NOR stain was removed by rinsing the slides for 15 sec in potassium ferricyanide (4.
Moreover, the effect of salicylic acid on Lemna is not specific, since a large variety of benzoic acids, nonphenolic compounds including chelating agents, ferricyanide, nicotinic acid, and cytokinins could induce flowering (Raskin, 1992).
We now report that the ocean pout has a single hemoglobin with six sulfhydryl groups per tetramer and polymerizes, in vitro, after oxidation with potassium ferricyanide ([K.
Although the chemicals are not classified as toxic, ferric ammonium citrate is considered an irritant if the powder comes in contact with the skin; potassium ferricyanide is classified as harmful.
This reduction is readily observed by change in the absorption maximum of potassium ferricyanide [K3Fe(CN)6], since it is reduced to potassium ferrocyanide [K4Fe(CN)6] by the CME which is then converted into ferri ferrocyanide Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3 in the presence of FeCl3.