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Potassium calcium ferrocyanide, K2CaFe(CN)6

Potassium calcium ferrocyanide, K2CaFe(CN)6, is obtained by mixing cold concentrated solutions of potassium ferrocyanide and calcium chloride in molecular proportions. The precipitate is washed in cold water and dried in air or at 100° C.

One part of the salt dissolves in 244 parts of water at 15° to 17° C.

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