ferrocyanide


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fer·ro·cy·a·nide

(fer'ō-sī'ă-nīd),
A compound containing the anion Fe(CN)64- .

ferrocyanide

an organic compound used in industry that is reputed to be virtually harmless in spite of its cyanide content.
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Sorption Properties of Synthesized Ferrocyanide Complexes
Union Showa, under the guidance of Professor Mimura of Tohoku University, has successfully established a new method of stable solidification by heat treating mixture of used ferrocyanide and zeolite under a non-reducing atmosphere in which vaporized Cs by thermal decomposition of insoluble ferrocyanide is trapped again on the high surface area of zeolite.
Treatment with potassium ferrocyanide and hematoxylin confirmed fully the speculations of Herdman and Boyce (1899) that the intensity in green color was in proportion to the copper content in the oyster and that the copper was located almost exclusively in the green leukocytes (amebocytes).
The ministry will allow foods with ferrocyanide to be distributed by the end of this month, they said.
Chief prosecutor Salvatore Vecchione said the substance, which was undergoing analysis, appeared to be potassium ferrocyanide.
An overview of the behaviour of several new high capacity electrochemical storage systems based on aluminium metal anodes and a variety of cathodes including sulphur, ferrocyanide and permanganate is presented.
When it is, copper will be depressed with sodium ferrocyanide and the molybdenite floated.
In fact one curative hodgepodge of the time included potassium ferrocyanide, cadmium, lead and silver nitrate, oatmeal, whiskey, tobacco, and even tapioca.
Road salt supplied under this contract must meet the following requirements: NaCl content min 90% H2O content - up to 3%, the content of potassium ferrocyanide - 20 mg / kg - 40 mg / kg content of the water-insoluble - max.
Chemicals for phytochemical analysis and antioxidant activities such as Follin Ciocalteu reagent, glucose, arsenomolybdate reagent, potassium ferrocyanide, DPPH (2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl), ABTS (2'-azino-bis-3-ethyl benzthiazoline-6- sulphonic acid), TPTZ (2,4,6-tripyridyl-s-triazine), tannic acid, trolox, ascorbic acid, gallic acid, rutin and quercetin were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (Steinheim, Germany) and Merck (Darmstadt, Germany).
The latter reacts with ferric trichloride, and the resulted ferric ferrocyanide blue colored complex is measured at maximum absorbance of 700 nm.