[mang-guh-nuh s, man-gan-uh s, mang-]
- containing bivalent manganese.
Origin of manganous
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Only the manganous and the chromic salts, however, are of importance.An Elementary Study of Chemistry
Frequently also, magnesia and manganous oxide are present in small amounts, the former reaching 16%.
By neutralising concentrated acetic acid with manganous carbonate, and evaporating the solution so that crystals may form.
Formed by adding potassium hydrate to manganous sulphate, and filtering and drying the precipitate in vacuo.
By precipitating a solution of manganous sulphate with a solution of sodium phosphate.
- of or containing manganese in the divalent state
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