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Synonyms for manganese

a hard brittle grey polyvalent metallic element that resembles iron but is not magnetic

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The advantages of polyaluminium chloride also included the decreased acidification of water and a smaller consumption of total alkalinity, which is significant in the aspect of the removal of iron and manganese compounds and the chemical stability of water.
As it appears that manganese compounds may be responsible for the black staining, it was crucial that the teeth were analysed for manganese to establish a "normal" range in a contemporary population to compare with the ancient tooth.
Nagai, "Electronic band structures and magnetism of the cubic perovskite-type manganese compounds [Mn.sub.3]MC, (M = Zn, Ga, In, Sn)," Journal of Physics C, vol.
An EPA inspection in April 2011 determined that for four years between 2006 and 2010, the company failed to report on time for its use and off-site disposal of chromium and manganese compounds. During that period, the company annually processed more than 25,000 pounds of the manganese and chromium compounds for use in its castings.
For noncancer effects, the leading contributors are acrolein, 2,4-toluene, diisocyanate, chlorine, diesel PM, hexamethylene diisocyanate, hydrochloric acid, and manganese compounds.