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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The CHT/BEZEMA Group developed the intelligent alternative to KMnO4.
1995) e que engloba todos os compostos que podem ser prontamente oxidados pelo KMnO4, como o material humico labil e os polissacarideos e ainda respondem por 5-30% do carbono organico total (Yang et al.
Gastric lavage was done with 3 liters of KMnO4 (1:10,000) which oxidized the unabsorbed aluminum phosphide.
Chemicals like HCL, H2SO4, KMNO4 etc were used in educational institutes as well as in a number of industries and these chemicals were freely traded and used in other countries but they were banned in Pakistan and due to that a lot of people associated with the sectors were facing problems, he maintained.
Glass vessels were cleaned by soaking in acidified solution of KMnO4 or K2Cr2O7 followed by washing with concentrated HNO3 and rinsed several times with deionized water.
KMnO4 cannot be used in direct contact with the juice and must be provided inside pads.
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.
Conservacao pos colheita de banana "Nanicao" com utilizacao de filmes plastico e cera, associados a refrigeracao e KMnO4.
El OG se obtuvo por oxidacion del grafito con KMnO4 en medio acido, Posteriormente fueron caracterizadas todas las fracciones obtenidas, asi como el grafito original y el OG por medio de las tecnicas de difraccion de rayos X (DRX), espectroscopia Raman (ER), y analisis termogravimetrico (ATG-ATD), infrarrojo (FT-IR),
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.
1]), while for oxalic acid titration with KMnO4 and for glyoxylic acid the iodometric method was used.