Definition of Ferricyanides

1. Noun. (plural of ferricyanide) ¹



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Definition of Ferricyanides

1. ferricyanide [n] - See also: ferricyanide

Medical Definition of Ferricyanides

1. Inorganic salts of the hypothetical acid, h3fe(cn)6. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ferricyanides

ferric oxide
ferric phosphate
ferric sulfate
ferric sulphate
ferricenium
ferrichrome
ferrichrome reductase
ferrichrome synthetase
ferricyanat
ferricyanate
ferricyanates
ferricyanic
ferricyanic acid
ferricyanide
ferricyanide reductase
ferricyanides (current term)
ferricytochrome
ferried
ferrienterochelin
ferrier
ferries
ferriferous
ferrihaemoglobin
ferriheme
ferriheme chloride
ferrihemoglobin
ferrihemoprotein
ferrihydrite
ferrihydrites
ferril

Literary usage of Ferricyanides

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1. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1913)
"Detection of ferricyanides. Neither the iron nor the cyanogen of ... The ferricyanides of the light metals have a red colour, and are soluble in water. ..."

2. Commercial Organic Analysis by Alfred Henry Allen, Wm. A. Davis (1913)
"Detection of ferricyanides. Neither the iron nor the cyanogen of ... The ferricyanides of the light metals have a red colour, and are soluble in water. ..."

3. The Cyanide Industry Theoretically and Practically Considered: Theoretically by R. Robine, M. Lenglen, Charles Edward Munroe (1906)
"Various authors consider the ferricyanides as double cyanides of ferric iron with ... The ferricyanides of the alkalis and of the alkaline earths only are ..."

4. Qualitative Analysis: A Manual for the Use of Students of Chemistry in by Louis Munroe Dennis, Theodore Whittelsey (1902)
"ferricyanides of the alkalies are more soluble in alcohol than the corresponding ... ferricyanides are transposed by boiling with Na2CO3 or NaOH. ..."

5. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1884)
"The ferricyanides of most of the other heavy metals are precipitates, some of which, like that of tin, are colourless ; but generally possessing a yellow, ..."

6. The Chemistry of Cyanide Solutions Resulting from the Treatment of Ores by John Edward Clennell (1910)
"ferricyanides rarely occur in ordinary working solutions. ... Estimation of ferricyanides by Liberation of Iodine. This method was originally described by ..."

7. The Chemistry of Cyanide Solutions Resulting from the Treatment of Ores by John Edward Clennell (1904)
"ferricyanides rarely occur in ordinary working solutions. They have sometimes been used, however, ... Estimation of ferricyanides by Liberation of Iodine ..."

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