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Substance MnO2 (manganese dioxide)

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Substance MnO2 (manganese dioxide)


Detailed information on the chemical MnO2

manganese dioxide
manganese dioxide

Tính chất vật lý

  • Atomic weight: 86.93685 ± 0.00060
  • Density of solid (kg/m3): 5026
  • Boiling point (°C): Chất rắn
  • Color: nâu-đen

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