sodium permanganate


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sodium permanganate

[′sōd·ē·əm pər′maŋ·gə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaMnO4·3H2O A fire-hazardous, water-soluble, purple powder; decomposes when heated; used to make saccharin, as a disinfectant, and as an oxidizing agent.
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Johnson Water Treatment Plant Sodium Permanganate Facility, including a sodium permanganate chemical storage and feed facility, and a spill containment building.
The oxidation of pentafluro pentanal to the corresponding carboxylic acid with sodium permanganate as the oxidant in the presence of tetraethylammoniumhydrogen sulphate was reported by Mahmood et al.
Sodium permanganate permits more actual permanganate in solution over the corresponding potassium salt.
Products include CAIROX([R]) and AQUOX([R]) potassium permanganate, LIQUOX([R]) sodium permanganate, RemOx([R]) ISCO Reagents (remediation grade permanganates), CARULITE([R]) catalysts, and a complete line of corrosion control products including AQUA MAG([R]), TPC([R]), and VIRCHEM([R]).
The Town of Greenwich is seeking bids for the supply and delivery of sodium permanganate to the Waste Water Treatment Plant on an as needed basis for the period 1/1/15 to 12/31/15.