- Prussian blue(PB) is a
very dark blue, colorfast, non-toxic pigment.
- The generic name for
Prussian Blue is iron blue.
- It is an inorganic
compound with the idealized formula Fe7(CN)18.
- PB is insoluble, but it
tends to form such small crystallites that colloids are common.
- PB is strongly colored
and tends towards black and dark purple when mixed with other oil
- Prussian blue was first
produced as a blue dye.
- Some of its commonly
used names include Hamburg Blue, Paris Blue, bronze blue, celestial
blue, cyanine, Haarlem blue, oriental blue, and potash blue.
- The venerable solid
pigment Prussian Blue, FeIII 4- [FeII(CN)6]3·zH2O, is readily prepared
by addition of iron(iii) ions to an aqueous ferrocyanide
- In-situ Mössbauer
spectra of an Insoluble Prussian Blue-modified graphite electrode
clearly show that 10% of the high spin iron underwent a quasi-reversible
electrochemical redox reaction.
- Prussian blue (PB)
particles with the size of ca. 5 nm were synthesized and immobilized in
a multilayer structure, as a strategy for the potential development of
an amperometric transducer for oxidase-enzyme-based biosensors.
- Prussian blue analogue
Co3[Co(CN)6]2 nanostructures with morphologies of truncated nanocubes
(polyhedra), cubes and rods, were synthesized in large quantities by a
direct dissociation of the single-source precursor K3[Co(CN)6] in a
- Thin film of PB is
developed on ITO by the electrochemical reduction of solution containing
iron (III) and hexacyanoferrate (III) ions.
- Gruneberg’ described
“siderocytes” as erythrocytes containillg granules which were positive
for iron when subjected to the prussian blue reaction.
- The Prussians blue
reactions was founsd useful for the denisonstrahioms of irons ins the
celloidinized ashs left after direct nsicroinucineratioms.
- The pigment Prussian
blue, an iron hexacyanoferrate complex compound, was used by the
painters in Paris.
- Prussian blue is
effective on removing radiocesium from the body.
- PB is the coloring
agent used in Engineer's blue and the pigment formed on cyanotypes,
giving them their name blueprint.
- The nature of thin
Prussian Blue films on platinum substrates can be characterized with in
situ Raman spectroelectrochemical technique.
- Bone marrow aspirations
at hospitals are routinely stained by the Prussian blue technique to
detect bone marrow iron stores.
- The mass transport
behavior of PB films in anhydrous acetonitrile (AN) and propylene
carbonate (PC) solutions has been studied using the cyclic EQCM
technique and the electrochemical/ electrogravimetric (EC/EG) impedance
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Application of a Multiple Mössbauer
Spectrometer to Electrochemical Processes in a Prussian
Blue-Modified Carbon Electrode
Synthesis, characterization and immobilization of Prussian
blue nanoparticles. A potential tool for biosensing devices
Molecular Prussian Blue analogues: synthesis and structure
of cubic Cr4Co4(CN)12 and Co8(CN)12 clusters
Shape-controlled synthesis of Prussian blue analogue
- Synthesis of Prussian Blue
- Complemntary electrochromic display system based on prussian blue
The Interaction of Prussian Blue and
Dissolved Hexacyanoferrate Ions with Goethite (a-FeOOH) Studied to
Assess the Chemical Stability and Physical Mobility of Prussian Blue in
Porous anodic alumina electrode
modified with a thin film of Prussian blue: Application to amperometric
detection of hydrogen peroxide Alkali Ion Simor Based on Prussian Blue-covered
Interdigitated Array Electrodes
The Application of the Prussian Blue
Stain to Previously Stained Films of Blood and Bone Marrow
The combined use of
Microinucineratioms and the prussian blue reaction for a more sensitive
histochemical demonstration of iron
The early use of prussian blue in
On a homogeneous electrochemical
reaction of prussian blue/everitt’s salt system
Visualization of Histoplasma
capsulatum in Bone Marrow with Prussian Blue Iron Stain
Anion Transport in Prussian Blue Films
in Acetonitrile and Propylene Carbonate Solutions
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- In-situ Raman spectroelectrochemical
Characterization of the prussian blue modified platinum electrodes
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- Insoluble Prussian blue capsules
- Crown Prussian Blue High Spot Indicator
- Prussian Blue Iron Stain Kit
- LOCTITE® Prussian Blue
- Permatex® Prussian Blue
- Solid-state electrochromic device with
proton-conducting polymer electrolyte and Prussian blue
- Process for preparing polyacrylonitrile doped
with Prussion blue
- Mixed blue emitting phosphor
- Process for the production of Berlin blue
- Dispersible Berlin blue pigment
The effects of
‘Prussian Blue’ on plant growth and soil microbiological processes in
Isolation and Characterization of Lotus
japonicus Genes Involved in Iron and Zinc Homeostasis
Non-invasive analysis of materials from paintings by Paul
Cezanne in the Courtauld Institute Art Gallery, London.
Template based fabrication on nanostructured materials
- Comparison between
effects of pressure on spain transition compounds and prussian blue
- Efficacy of
Prussian Blue in Radiocesium Poisoning
New Magnetic Functionalities Presented
by Prussian Blue Analogues
Removal of radiocesium by Medical
Treatment Schedule Using Prussian Blue and Xayexalate in Rats
- KxNiy[Fe(CN)6].xH2O prussian blue analogue: A
study of size effect on the structural, optical and magnetic
Management of thallium poisoning
Prussian Blue for Treatment of
Thallium Overdose in the US
Use Prussian blue(Radiogardase™)
for treatment of internal radiocesium contamination
- Development of new Interventional stratergies
for possible replacement of prussian blue in curtailing the whole body
retention of radio cesium in the event of its release
Prussian Blue Dispersed Sphere
Catalytic Labels for Amplified Electronic Detection of DNA
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