permanganate

[per-mang-guh-neyt]
noun Chemistry.

Origin:
1835–45; permangan(ic acid) + -ate2

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permanganate (pəˈmæŋɡəˌneɪt, -nɪt)
 
n
a salt of permanganic acid

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permanganate per·man·ga·nate (pər-māng'gə-nāt')
n.
Any of the salts of permanganic acid, all of which are strong oxidizing agents.

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permanganate   (pər-māng'gə-nāt')  Pronunciation Key 
A salt of permanganic acid, containing the group MnO4. Permanganates are strong oxidizing agents.
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Each was instructed to wash his hands in a disinfecting permanganate solution.
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