- of or containing manganese, especially in the trivalent state.
Origin of manganic
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It is produced by igniting manganous carbonate, or manganic oxide, or manganic peroxide.
Prepared on the large scale by heating a mixture of manganic peroxide and sodium hydrate to redness in a current of air.
Gluconic acid distilled with hydrochloric acid gave traces of furfural; so also with sulphuric acid and manganic oxide.Researches on Cellulose
C. F. Cross
Manganese forms two unstable acids, namely, manganic acid and permanganic acid.An Elementary Study of Chemistry
- of or containing manganese in the trivalent state
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