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Manganese

powder, ≥99.9% trace metals basis

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Related Categories Alternative Energy, Manganese, Materials Science, Metal and Ceramic Science, Metals,
assay   ≥99.9% trace metals basis
form   powder
resistivity   185 μΩ-cm, 20°C
bp   1962 °C(lit.)
mp   1244 °C(lit.)
density   7.3 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)

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25, 100 g in poly bottle

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Ultra-High Purity Inorganics
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GHS02  GHS02
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Danger
Hazard statements 
Precautionary statements 
RIDADR 
UN 3208 4.3 / PGI
WGK Germany 
nwg
RTECS 
OO9275000
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EPA Method 200.7 Product Selection Guide

This product selection guide is designed to simplify the ordering of products for EPA Method 200.7. This method is for the use of inductively coupled- plasma-atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES) to...
Keywords: Inductively coupled plasma

EPA Method 200.8 Product Selection Guide

This product selection guide is designed to simplify the ordering of products for EPA Method 200.8. This method is for the determination of dissolved elements in water samples as well as various soil...

EPA Method 200.9 Product Selection Guide

This product selection guide is designed to simplify the ordering of products for EPA Method 200.9. This method is for the use of graphite furnace atomic adsorption (GFAA) to determine dissolved and ...
Keywords: Adsorption

Silicides: Promising Thermoelectric Materials

In recent years, the price of tellurium, a key component in the best-performing thermoelectric materials, has increased significantly, leading to the question, "Is it economically viable to produce t...
Mikhail I. Fedorov, Vladimir K. Zaitsev
Material Matters Volume 6 Number 4
Keywords: Applications, Gene expression, Melting, Methods, Nucleic acid annealing, Reductions, Semiconductor, Type

Silicides: Promising Thermoelectric Materials

Mikhail I. Fedorov,* Vladimir K. Zaitsev Ioffe Physical-technical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia *Email: m.fedorov@mail.ioffe.ru
Keywords: Gene expression, Melting, Nucleic acid annealing, Reductions, Semiconductor

Working with Reactive, Volatile, Complex Materials to Produce Novel Alloys

Deborah L. Schlagel*, Andrew J. Sherve (not pictured), Thomas A. Lograsso Division of Materials Science and Engineering The Ames Laboratory, Ames, IA 50011 *Email: schlagel@iastate.edu
Keywords: Adsorption, Calorimetry, Materials Science, Melting, Microscopy, Nucleic acid annealing, Precipitation, Rearrangements, Scanning electron microscopy, Spectroscopy, transformation

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