n.1.(Chem.) A salt of ferricyanic acid; a ferricyanide.
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0 %), Linoleic acid, ascorbic acid, aluminum chloride, ferric chloride, ferrous chloride, sodium nitrite, trichloro-acetic acid, potassium ferricyanate were purchased from Sigma Chemicals Co (St, Louis, MO, USA).
5-ml Eppendorf tube and de-stained in a freshly prepared de-staining solution (15 mM potassium ferricyanate and 50 mM sodium thiosulfate) until the brownish color disappeared.
When information on total carbohydrate is desired, varied techniques have been employed, including the ferricyanate reduction reaction of Folin and Malmros (1929) as modified by Holland and Gabbott (1971) (e.