[ pur-man-gan-ik ]
/ ˌpɜr mænˈgæn ɪk /
of or derived from permanganic acid.
- permanent tooth,
- permanent wave,
- permanent way,
- permanganic acid,
- permeability coefficient,
- permeability, magnetic
Origin of permanganic
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Examples from the Web for permanganic
All other permanganates, as well as permanganic acid itself, give solutions of the same color.
Manganese forms two unstable acids, namely, manganic acid and permanganic acid.
Permanganic acid is only known in solution or in a state of combination.