Results for: Manganese

Is manganese radioactive?

Nearly 100% of manganese found in nature is 55Mn, which is not radioactive. Trace quantities of 53Mn, which is radioactive, are found in nature, but they are insignificant. Li (MORE)

How is manganese important to living beings?

Manganese(II) ions function as cofactors for a number of enzymes in higher organisms, where they are essential in detoxification of superoxide free radicals. The element is a (MORE)

Where was manganese discovered?

Nobody knows the place of discovery for Manganese, however one can only assume that it was discovered in Sweden due to the fact that its discoverer, Johann Gahn was a Swedish (MORE)

Is manganese non renewable?

Manganese is non renewable because it is an element. It is widely distributed in the Earth's crust usually mixed with other things so there is no danger of running out of it. (MORE)

Who discovered manganese?

Some early investigators isolated compounds of the metal, but it was Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele who first recognized the elemental nature of manganese. Shortly there (MORE)

What does manganese react with?

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What is the formula for manganese IV fluoride?

Manganese IV fluoride: The first thing you should realize right off the bat is that this compound is composed of the elements manganese (Mn) and fluorine (F). My guess is that (MORE)