Definition of Turnbull's blue
: an iron blue pigment having a coppery luster formed as a precipitate when an alkali metal ferricyanide and a ferrous salt are brought together in solution and formerly regarded as ferrous ferricyanide — compare prussian blue
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Origin and Etymology of turnbull's blue
probably from the name Turnbull
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