Prussian Blue is one of the most fascinating materials ever produced by humans. Prepared for the first time in Berlin in 1706, today it is a versatile material which can be used in many cutting-edge technologies, such as batteries, smart windows, sensor technologies, environmental remediation and several medical applications.

For more than 20 years I have worked with Prussian Blue as an electrochromic film. Together with the team at Gesimat I developed a process for the large-area electrodeposition of Prussian Blue. In 2021 I solved the 200-year-old question about the difference between soluble and insoluble Prussian Blue.

If you need a specialist’s help solving questions or problems around the application of Prussian Blue do not hesitate to contact me.