|Place of Origin:||HUNAN|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||5 ton|
|Packaging Details:||25 Kgs Plastic Woven Bag Or As Required|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Supply Ability:||2000 ton pe year|
|Name:||Manganese Sulfate||Other Name:||Manganese Sulphate Ore Flotation MANGANESE SULFATE; Manganese Sulphate; Manganous Sulfate; Manganese(II) Sulfate|
|Mocular::||MnSo4 .H2O||Cas No:||7785-87-7|
|Color:||White Or Light Pink Powder||Molecular Weight:||150.994 G/mol|
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Manganese sulfate usually refers to the inorganic compound with the formula MnSO4(H2O). This pale pink deliquescent solid is a commercially significant manganese(II) salt.
Like many metal sulfates, manganese sulfate forms a variety of hydrates: monohydrate, tetrahydrate, pentahydrate, and heptahydrate. The monohydrate is most common. All of these salts dissolve to give faintly pink solutions.
Product Name/Trade Name: Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate
Synonym: Sulfuric Acid, Manganese salt monohydrate, Manganous Sulphate
Molecular Formula: MnSO4-H2O
Chemical Name: Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate
Molecular Weight: 169.02
CAS No.: 10034-96-5 (monohydrate) 7785-87-7 (anhydrous)
Description & Specifications of Commercial Pure Manganese Sulfate
Manganese Sulfate occurs as a pale-pink, granular powder. It is freely soluble in water, but is insoluble in alcohol.
Manganese Sulphate is Used as a porcelain glaze, as a fertilizer additive and as a catalyst. It is added to soils to promote plant growth, especially of citrus crops. It is a good reducing agent for manufacturing paints, varnish driers. It is used in textile dyes, fungicides, medicines and ceramics. In foods, it is used as a nutrient and dietary supplement. It is also used in ore flotation, as a catalyst in viscose pro- cess and in synthetic manganese dioxide. In veterinary medicine, it is used as a nutritional factor and in the prevention of perosis in poultry.
High Quality Manganese Sulphate
|Synonyms||Manganese (II) sulfate monohydrated; Manganese (II) sulfate|
|CAS Registry Number||10034-96-5|
|Melting point||700 ºC|
|Boiling point||850 ºC|
|Water solubility||5-10 g/100 mL at 21 ºC
Manganese deficiency or "frizzle top" is a common problem in palms. Symptoms first begin to show on the newly emerging fronds (leaves). The fronds will appear chlorotic (yellow), small, and weak looking. As the deficiency progresses, fronds will emerge withered or scorched in appearance, dwarfed, and distorted. This is what gives "frizzle top" its name. If not corrected, the palm will stop growing and only small brown stubs will emerge, this is quickly followed by the death of the palm. All palms can benefit from regular applications of Manganese Sulfate. Some of the most susceptible palms to manganese deficiency are Queen Palms, Royal Palms, Pygmy Date Palms, Paurotic (Everglade Palms), and Coconut Palms.
|Appearance||White or pale pink deliquescentsolid crystals or powder|
|Purity MnSO4*H2O >= %||98.0|
|Mn content >= %||31.8|
|Iron <= %||0.004|
|Chlorides <= %||0.005|
|Water insolvent <= %||0.05|
|Relative density (water=1)||2.9500|
|Solubility||Liable to solve in water, but not in ether.
Manganese sulfate is a sort of essential trace element in fertilizer. Mn-deficient soil is remediated with this salt. It can also be used as basic manure, seeds soaking/dressing, top dressing and spraying on leaves so that the growth of crops can be promoted with the yeld increased, as feed additives by making livestock and poultry well raised with rapid growth effect in animal husbandry and feed industry, as drying additive in paint and ink industries , as feedstock for plant growth regulators , as catalyst for synthesizing fatty acid. Besides, it can also be applied in paper mill, ceramics, dyeing and printing, ore flotation, feedstock for production of electrolytic manganese and some other manganese salts, battery, smelting catalyst, analytical reagent, dyeing mordant, additives, and auxiliary additive for pharmaceuticals, etc.
White or pale pink deliquescent solid crystals or powder
Like many metal sulfates, manganese sulfate forms a variety of hydrates: monohydrate, tetrahydrate, pentahydrate, and heptahydrate. The monohydrate is most common. All of these salts dissolve to give faintly pink solutions of theaquo complex [Mn(H2O)6]2+. The pale pink colour of Mn(II) salts is highly characteristic.
This product is designed to be mixed into a commercial feed. Do not feed directly. Consult your local State Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Service for proper recommendations on the usage of this product.
Be stored in a cool, ventilated warehouse, away from flame, heat source, and sunlight. It should be placed separate from acids, never stored together. Some suitable vessels are suggested ready in the warehouse to collect the leakage with.
When the product is to be shipped, the package should be in a sound condition. During transportation, make sure there is no leakage , nor tilting, dropping, or damage to the package. It is forbidden for the product to be transported together with acids and edible chemicals. During transportation, make sure to avoid the sunshine, rain and high temperature. The shipping vehicle should be cleaned throughly after transportation. During shipping on the highway, the vehicle should go along the regulated route.
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