ferrocyanide


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ferrocyanide

[¦fe·rō′sī·ə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A salt containing the radical Fe(CN)64-.
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Because ferrocyanide is highly soluble and stable in alkaline rather than acidic solutions, the Harvard team paired it with a quinone compound that is soluble and stable under alkaline conditions, in contrast to the acidic environment of their original battery developed last year.
Hexacyanoferrates (Table 1, complexes 9-10) show reactivity comparable to that of aminoprusside ion but in the presence of chitosan the equilibrium in the former case is shifted to formation of iron(II/III) ferrocyanide that indicates chitosan role as a dispersant [22],
Insoluble ferrocyanide has high Cs selectivity over other elements and maintains high adsorbing volume capacity even in high salt water concentration of cooling water without losing adsorbent rate.
In 2002, Italian police arrested four Moroccans plotting to poison Rome's water supply with potassium ferrocyanide, a compound used in gardening.
Free electrons released at the cathode reduce ferricyanide ions into ferrocyanide ions and the reaction is reversed at the anode, as
1]) containing 3% (v/v) of glacial acetic acid, while the other (Carrez 2) is an aqueous solution of potassium ferrocyanide (106 mg [mL.
In April of this year, Australian Wine Research Institute enologist Geoff Cowey published an extensive article (since republished on the Wine Business Monthly website) on the overuse of copper, the negative results of which range from encouraging a protein haze to leaving such high levels of copper in wine that the only recourse is so-called "blue fining"--treating wine with potentially toxic potassium ferrocyanide to remove the copper that was added to remove the sulfides.
Dainichiseika will not, however, be withdrawing from ferric ammonium ferrocyanide (ultramarine) pigments, which it produces at Kyosei Chemical, its joint venture business with Kuraray.
Pandey K, Agarwal PK (1993) Effect of EDTA, potassium ferrocyanide, and sodium potassium tartarate on the production of ethanol from molasses by Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
The chemical name for the dye is sodium ferrocyanide.
It's electron hungry because, counterintuitively, it draws an electron from the carbon nanotube to become ferrocyanide (charge of -4).