manganate


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manganate

[′maŋ·gə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Salts that have manganese in the anion.
In particular, a salt of manganic acid formed by fusion of manganese dioxide with an alkali.
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The effects of the removal of pollutants from the water after oxidisation with potassium manganate (VII) showed that the precipitating manganese (IV) oxide increased the effectiveness of the removal of pollutants from the water.
The proposal pathway of the reaction is given as Scheme 1 where potassium permanganate in alkaline medium oxidizes FEX from enolic to ketonic form and yields the bluish green color due to the production of manganate ion.
A major cause of voiding is due to manganate residues remaining on the hole wall resin and glass.
She runs Gagman in the Prix Manganate, and is double-handed in the Criterium des Pouliches with Bisbille and Maheba de Piboul.
Manganate (+4) is a byproduct of this reaction and will not participate in the resin oxidation.
This didn't look a great race but the four-year-old daughter of Manganate did it nicely, leading at halfway, and coming home three lengths clear of the newcomer Archbishop.
However, despite that setback, the Bill Smith-trained son of Manganate had enough class to take the lead from Aurora Dawn over two furlongs out and came home unchallenged.
The four-year-old son of Manganate was sent off 7-4 favourite on his racecourse debut, in the 16-runner Al Rasidiya Stakes at Newbury on Dubai International Day but, in a very untidy start, he was hampered and unseated John Bryan as soon as the flip-tape was released.
Floriferouz, one of four runners saddled by Herbie Owen, and Shaqran have the best form, but Bill Smith's well-bred newcomer Double Handful, a son of Manganate, could be the one to be on.
Jones, "Optical spectra of ferroelectric-antiferromagnetic rare earth manganates," Optics Communications, vol.
Ichikawa, X-ray Mnk[beta] emission spectra of manganese oxides and manganates. Phys.
However, Arrhenius proposes that common minerals such as iron oxide hydroxides (rustlike compounds), manganates and iron-manganese phosphates are more likely candidates.