Transition metal cyanide complexes are one of the first identified and characterized complex compounds. Since their discovery more than 300 years ago until today they have found numerous applications in the battery industry, as filters, molecular magnets, in medicine for treatment of various ailments and as antidotes. Several solution-based synthesis methods of these compounds are known, but these methods are usually of low yields and require large amounts of solvent. During this project research shall be conducted with the aim of developing new and better synthesis methods for these compounds (higher yields, cleaner products). Mechanochemical synthesis (both neat grinding and liquid assisted grinding) shall be utilized along with vapor digestion methods and synthesis in inert atmospheres (glovebox and vaccum line).