Manganese Nitrate

Other Trading Names:

  • Nitric Acid Manganese(II) Salt
  • Manganous Nitrate
  • Manganese Dinitrate
  • Manganese Nitrate Hexahydrate

CAS Number: 10377-66-9

HS Code: 28439090

Types of Packaging:

  • 1 Kg Glass Bottle
  • 30 Kg Gallon
  • 500 Kg Plastic Drum
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Indexes

Chemical Pure

Industrial Grade

Purity

50wt% in H2O

Mn(NO³)²

49.0~51.0

49.0~51.0

Water Insoluble

0.01

0.1

Chloride (CI)

0.002

0.002

Sulfate (SO)

0.04

0.3

Ferrum (Fe)

0.002

0.1

Zinc (Zn)

0.5

~

Heavy Metal Content ( based on Pd)

0.002

~

Alkali metals & Alkali Earth Metals (based on sulfate)

0.25

~

Free Acid

~

0.1

Chemical Description

  • Manganese Nitrate, with the chemical formula Mn(NO3)2, is a coordination compound containing manganese in the +2 oxidation state.
  • It is typically prepared by dissolving manganese metal, manganese dioxide, or manganese carbonate in nitric acid.
  • The compound is commercially available as a pink liquid solution or as a crystalline solid.
  • Manganese Nitrate is highly soluble in water, forming a clear or slightly pink solution.
  • It exhibits a characteristic pink color due to the presence of manganese ions.
  • Agriculture: As a source of manganese for crop nutrition, aiding in photosynthesis, enzyme activation, and overall plant growth.
  • Chemical synthesis: As a precursor for the synthesis of other manganese compounds, including catalysts, pigments, and pharmaceutical intermediates.
  • Fertilizer production: Incorporation into fertilizers to address manganese deficiencies in soils, promoting healthy plant growth and increasing crop yields.
  • Paints and coatings: Addition to formulations for coloration and corrosion inhibition properties.
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing: Utilized in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and medicinal compounds containing manganese.
  • Manganese Nitrate solutions are typically acidic, with a pH around 2.0 for a 1% solution, and should be handled with appropriate safety precautions due to its corrosive nature.
  • The compound may also exhibit oxidizing properties, depending on its concentration and reaction conditions.
  • Manganese Nitrate is subject to transportation and storage regulations due to its hazardous properties, and proper handling procedures should be followed to ensure safety.
  • Manganese Nitrate, in its +2 oxidation state, is a key source of manganese ions (Mn^2+) which play essential roles in biological, industrial, and environmental processes.
  • It serves as a crucial micronutrient in plant metabolism, participating in photosynthesis, enzyme activation, and nitrogen metabolism. Manganese deficiency in plants can result in reduced growth, abnormal leaf development, and decreased yields.
  • In addition to its role in agriculture, Manganese Nitrate finds application in environmental remediation efforts, particularly in the treatment of manganese-contaminated water and soil. Manganese ions can participate in oxidation-reduction reactions, facilitating the removal of contaminants through precipitation or adsorption processes.
  • The compound's solubility in water makes it readily available for use in aqueous solutions, allowing for precise control over manganese dosage in various applications.
  • Manganese Nitrate solutions can be further utilized in electroplating processes, where manganese coatings are applied to metal surfaces to improve corrosion resistance and surface properties.
  • In the pharmaceutical industry, Manganese Nitrate may be employed in the development of manganese-based drugs or as a component in contrast agents for medical imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
  • Due to its reactivity and potential hazards, proper storage, handling, and disposal procedures must be adhered to when working with Manganese Nitrate. This includes ensuring compatibility with storage materials, using appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and implementing measures to prevent spills or releases into the environment.
  • Regulatory compliance with local, national, and international standards governing the handling, transportation, and disposal of hazardous chemicals is essential to mitigate risks associated with Manganese Nitrate use.
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