permanganate

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per·man·ga·nate

(per-mang'gă-nāt),
A salt of permanganic acid.

permanganate

/per·man·ga·nate/ (per-mang´gah-nāt) a salt containing the MnO4− ion.

permanganate

(pĕr-măn′gă-nāt)
Any one of the salts of permanganic acid.

permanganate

salts of permanganic acid; the potassium salt is an oldfashioned, out-of-favor, weak disinfectant compound which used to be used topically. Its purple color in solution was an advantage. Called also Condy's crystals.