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It is not common to find the ferrous ferrocyanide because it oxidizes rapidly. As you can see the remaining salts or pigments are pretty stable in air. This one is white. I quote from a very old Analytical Chemistry book by Treadwell, pg. 155, this should address your query. It states: Potassium Ferrocyanide, $\ce{K4[Fe(CN)6]}$, produces in solutions of ...


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I hadn't heard of a "boat" diagram, but the alcohol-aldehyde-ketone "mast" rang a bell, so I went hunting... Is this the "boat" diagram you're talking about (or similar to it)? https://o.quizlet.com/MGXYzJ7s01UHNZq3TDAVEw_b.png (retrieved from https://quizlet.com/513370563/organic-chemistry-reaction-pathways-diagram/) I can see ...


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The density of table salt is 1200 g/cm² according to the USDA. The USDA nutrition label for salt lists the density as 18 g/tbsp. That seems to be rounded to 0 decimals. However, the facts also state that there are 6976 g Na in 1 tbsp. Using that value and the atomic weights of Na and Cl, the calculated density is 17.77 g/tbsp, a more precise value. The ...


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