98% Pure Manganese
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iron oxide fe2o3
Standard state: solid at 298 K
Colour: silvery metallic
used to form many important alloys.
In steel, manganese improves the rolling and forging qualities, strength, toughness, stiffness, wear resistance, hardness, and hardenability.
With aluminium and antimony, especially with small amounts of copper, it forms highly ferromagnetic alloys.
Manganese metal is ferromagnetic only after special treatment
the dioxide is used in the preparation of oxygen, chlorine, and in drying black paints
the dioxide (pyrolusite) is used as a depolariser in dry cells, and is used to "decolourise" glass that is coloured green by impurities of iron. Manganese by itself colours glass an amethyst colour, and is responsible for the colour of true amethyst
it is also important in the utilisation of vitamin B1
the permanganate is a powerful oxidising agent and is used in quantitative analysis and in medicine
Nearly all manganese produced commercially is used in the steel industry as ferromanganese. This made by the reduction of iron oxide, Fe2O3, and managanese dioxide, MnO2, in appropriate proportions with carbon (as coke) in a blast furnace.
Pure manganese is available through the electrolysis of manganese sulphate, MnSO4,
What we sell is pure manganese with purity at least 98%, smelted(refined) from manganese ore.
Available quantity: 2000 tons monthly.
Product: "piece-like" and "lump-like".