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manganate Line breaks: man¦ga|nate
Pronunciation: /ˈmaŋɡənət/
/ˈmaŋɡəneɪt/

Definition of manganate in English:

noun

Chemistry
A salt in which the anion contains both manganese and oxygen, especially one of the anion MnO42−.
Example sentences
  • Now studying layered manganates as part of his project, Dan is a very keen table football player.
  • The manganates are stable only in alkaline solutions.

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