Barii ferrocyanidum, L. From pure ferrocyanide of iron digested in baryta water.
It is a combination of deutoxide and peroxide, with some baryta.
The presence of baryta communicates a green color to the flame.
Strontia and baryta will flow into the charcoal, but lime will not.
It may be readily recognized by the white precipitate which it forms when passed through lime or baryta water.
baryta forms white crystalline salts with acids, which are all poisonous with the exception of barium sulphate.
A metallic radical or element, of which baryta is the chief oxide, and somewhat extensively distributed.
Carbazotate of baryta, obtained by heating carbonate of baryta, and carbazotic acid with water.
The chromates are often mixed with sulphate of lead, as well as with the sulphates of baryta and lime.
It is generally largely adulterated with native sulphate of baryta (heavy spar), and sometimes with chalk.