potassium thiocyanate

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po·tas·si·um thi·o·cy·a·nate

formerly used in the treatment of essential hypertension and as a reagent in the detection of copper, iron, and silver.
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485 g of Potassium thiocyanate (5 mmol) in 10 ml acetone was added drop wise 0.
The investigators found that the antimicrobial activity of the LPS system on target bacteria changed based on the concentrations of hydrogen peroxide and potassium thiocyanate.
2 mM of hydrogen peroxide and from 1 mM to 4 mM of potassium thiocyanate.
Further the kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of sodium thiosulphate [18] and Potassium thiocyanate [19] by potassium bis(tellurato)-cuprate(III) in alkaline media has also been reported by Panigrahi et al.
The amount of iron conjugated was determined by potassium thiocyanate method using FeCl3-6H2O as a reference (Figure 2).
Starch, for example, reacts with iodine to produce a deep blue colour, chlorine with toluidine produces yellow and iron reacts with potassium thiocyanate (KSCN) to form a blood red colour.
When the solution formed by adding water to this was poured into a glass that had a few drops of a concentrated potassium thiocyanate solution in it, 'port wine' was produced.
No change in iodine concentration was detected by either the AutoAnalyzer or Fast B after the addition of potassium thiocyanate at concentrations of 0.
In the assay without digestion, the addition of potassium thiocyanate ( [greater than or equal to] 0.
Samples of potassium thiocyanate (KSCN, AR grade; Mallinkrodt), potassium permanganate (KMn[O.

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