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*  Jaffe reaction
Kinetic Jaffe methods involve mixing serum with alkaline picrate and reading the rate of change in absorption ...
*  Picrate
... namely lead picrate or potassium picrate which find their use as primers for cartridge ammunition. Picrates of some metals tend ... The picrate ion is intensely yellow. Many picrates are explosives, for example ammonium picrate (known as Dunnite). Some are ... Ethers and esters of picric acid are also called picrates. The ether methyl picrate (CAS# 606-35-9) has the formula (O2N) ... A picrate is a salt containing the anion (O2N)3C6H2O−. These salts are often produced by reactions of picric acid (2,4,6- ...
*  Potassium picrate
In contact with metals (e.g. lead, calcium, iron), potassium picrate, like ammonium picrate and picric acid, forms picrates of ... Potassium picrate, or potassium 2,4,6-trinitrophenolate, is an organic chemical, a picrate of potassium. It is a reddish yellow ... Anhydrous potassium picrate forms orthorhombic crystals. Potassium picrate was first prepared as impure in mid-17th century by ... with lead picrate and potassium chlorate). Potassium picrate is not a very powerful explosive. It is somewhat shock-sensitive. ...
*  Lead picrate
... , Pb(C6H2(NO2)3O)2, is an organic chemical compound from the group of picrates, salt of picric acid and lead with a ...
*  Removal of Hell Gate rocks
Picrates, and Chlorates. Also the Chemistry and Analysis of the Elementary Bodies which Enter Into the Manufacture of the ...
*  Colorimetric analysis
... picrate ----> colored complex Iron Iron + bathophenanthroline disulfonate ---> colored complex Phosphate (inorganic) Phosphate ...
*  Ionophore
"Crystal structure of valinomycin-sodium picrate. Anion effects on valinomycin-cation complexes". Journal of the American ...
*  Muscarine
Frydenvang, K.; Jensen, B. (15 May 1993). "Structures of muscarine picrate and muscarine tetraphenylborate". Acta ...
*  N-Methylconiine
77-78 °C; and the picrate in long needles, mp. 121-122 °C. N-Methyl-D-coniine was prepared by the action of potassium methyl ...
*  RDX
The Navy proposed to continue using ammonium picrate. In contrast, the National Defense Research Committee (NDRC), who had ...
*  Coniine
77 °C. The picrate forms small yellow needles, mp. 75 °C, from hot water. The 2,4-dinitrobenzoyl- and 3,5-dinitrobenzoyl- ...
*  Picric acid
Ammonium picrate (known as Dunnite or explosive D) was used by the United States beginning in 1906. However, shells filled with ... Glass or plastic bottles are required, as picric acid can easily form metal picrate salts that are even more sensitive and ... Over time, the buildup of picrates on exposed metal surfaces can constitute a grave hazard. Picric acid gauze, if found in ... It has found some use in organic chemistry for the preparation of crystalline salts of organic bases (picrates) for the purpose ...
*  Dunnite
Ammonium picrate is a salt formed by reacting picric acid and ammonia. It is chemically related to the more stable explosive ... Dunnite, also known as Explosive D or systematically as ammonium picrate, is an explosive developed in 1906 by US Army Major ...
*  Maigret a Pigalle
Arlette is a stripper in a Paris nightclub called the "Picrate" in Pigalle. One evening, she comes into a police station to ... Gatekeeper at Picrate Mario Feliciani: Director of the Criminal Investigation Le inchieste del commissario Maigret (TV series, ...
*  Fixation (histology)
Picrates penetrate tissue well to react with histones and basic proteins to form crystalline picrates with amino acids and ... A picrate Should be kept in the physiological range, between pH 4-9. The pH for the ultrastructure preservation should be ...
*  Dayton Project
The site handled explosives including ammonium nitrate and ammonium picrate, but no radioactive materials were handled there. ...
*  Armor-piercing shell
The US forces normally used the explosive Explosive D, otherwise known as ammonium picrate, for this purpose. Other combatant ...
*  Shell (projectile)
Ammonium picrate (known as Dunnite or explosive D) was used by the United States beginning in 1906. Germany began filling ...
*  Shellite (explosive)
They are considered hazardous as, over time, picric acid will react to form crystals of metal picrates, such as iron picrate. ...
*  Whistle mix
... which often contained mixtures with picric acid and potassium picrate. Whistle compositions tend to be particularly sensitive. ...
*  Trigonelline
The picrate forms shining prisms (m.p. 198−200 °C) soluble in water but sparingly soluble in dry alcohol or ether. The alkaloid ...
*  Trinitroanisole
... due to its tendency to form picric acid and dangerous picrate salts, its use has largely been abandoned. Wasag-Chemie, Essen. " ...
*  Maumelle Ordnance Works Bunker No. 4
The bunker was built in 1941-42 to store the explosives picric acid and ammonium picrate for use during World War II. Of 21 ...
*  List of explosives used during World War II
Almost all the common explosives listed here were mixtures of several common components: Ammonium picrate TNT (Trinitrotoluene ...
*  Maumelle Ordnance Works Locomotive 1
The Maumelle Ordnance Works were built by the War Department in 1941 to produce the explosives picric acid, ammonium picrate, ...