Permanganic-acid



noun, Chemistry.
1.
an acid, HMnO 4 , known only in solution.
/ˌpɜːmænˈɡænɪk/
noun
1.
a monobasic acid known only in solution and in the form of permanganate salts. Formula: HMnO4 Systematic name manganic(VII) acid

permanganic acid per·man·gan·ic acid (pûr’mān-gān’ĭk, -māng-)
n.
An unstable inorganic acid existing only in dilute solution. Its purple aqueous solution is used as an oxidizing agent.
permanganic acid
(pûr’mān-gān’ĭk)
An unstable inorganic acid existing only in dilute solution. Its purple aqueous solution is used as an oxidizing agent. Chemical formula: HMnO4.

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