potassium permanganate

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Synonyms for potassium permanganate

a poisonous salt that forms dark purple crystals and is purple-red when dissolved in water

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They formed a comedy troupe the Seven Raymonds and in 1988 came up with their first show KMnO4 -- Potassium Pomanganate.
Briefly, PERM-C was extracted from soil samples containing 15 mg C with 25 mL of 33 mM KMnO4 and analysed on a split-beam spectrophotometer at 565nm.
Consumed by KMnO4 Calcium Potassium Magnesium Phosphorus Sulphur Nitrogen Iron Manganese Variables Total Nitrite Total Alkaline Alkalinity Hardness Hardness Temperature -0.
Sackets of KMnO4 were impregnated into the pouches as ethylene absorbent at a ratio of 1g/kg of fruit [5] and [6].
Sectioned material was stained for either 2 or 20 minutes with 1% KMnO4 in 1% sodium citrate (Donaldson, 2002) and viewed with a Zeiss EM 10 transmission microscope using an accelerating voltage of 60 kV.