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Prussian blue

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Etymology

The pigment was discovered in Germany (Prussia at the time) by Diesbach.

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Prussian blue

  1. (chemistry) an insoluble dark, bright blue pigment of KFe[Fe(CN)6],H2O, potassium ferrous ferricyanide
  2. (color) a moderate to rich blue colour, tinted with deep greenish blue.
    Prussian blue colour:   
A sample of Prussian blue (potassium ferrous ferricyanide) pigment

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Prussian blue

  1. (color) of a rich blue colour, tinted with green.
  2. (color) of the colour of KFe[Fe(CN)6],H2O, potassium ferrous ferricyanide

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