Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019228/001.

Names and composition

"MANGANESE SULFATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MANGANESE SULFATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019228/001 MANGANESE SULFATE MANGANESE SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 0.1MG MANGANESE per ML

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019228/001 MANGANESE SULFATE MANGANESE SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 0.1MG MANGANESE per ML

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Answered questions

Oxidation of manganese (II) sulphate?
what is the formula of the ion formed after the oxidation of managnese (II) sulphate? what is the equation? Asked by Tana Sliker 2 years ago.

manganese(II) sulfate can be oxidized to manganese(III) or manganese(IV) species, however, the most stable of them is the Mn(IV) compound. MnSO4 + H2O2 --> MnOSO4 + H2O Answered by Ludie Niel 2 years ago.


What is the volume in liters of 0.560 M manganese(II) sulfate that contains 67.0 g of solute?
What is the volume in liters of 0.560 M manganese(II) sulfate that contains 67.0 g of solute? Asked by Erika Dy 2 years ago.

Manganese (II) Sulfate = MnSO4 Molarity = number of moles / volume So, we need the number of MnSO4 number of moles = mass/molar mass = 67.0 g / 151.01 g/mol = 0.4437 mol Now, plug that into the first formula. Molarity = number of moles / volume 0.560 mol/L = 0.4437 mol / volume volume = 0.4437 mol / 0.560 mol/L volume = 0.792 L or 792 mL There ya go. Piece of cake :) Answered by Ellis Dilley 2 years ago.


Why is manganese (II) sulfate MnSO4 not Mn2SO4?
I know sulfate has a -2 charge, and manganese is a transition metal so shouldn't the charge carry over to manganese? Asked by Eboni Albrecht 2 years ago.

Because Manganese (II) sulfate is telling you that the manganese has the 2+ charge. So it's (Mn2+) + (SO4²¯) = MnSO4 Answered by Edythe Ulisch 2 years ago.

in manganese(II) sulfate Mn is in no 2 oxidation states. It means There is +2 charge in Mn in above compound Answered by Elidia Mangen 2 years ago.


A red glaze on porcelain can be produced by using MnSO4. What is its name?
manganese disulfate manganese(II) sulfate manganese(IV) sulfate manganese sulfate manganese(I) sulfate Asked by Celsa Pieffer 2 years ago.

Manganese Sulfate. Answered by Cyndy Schimler 2 years ago.


Plz can u give me a brief explanation between the reaction of manganese(II) sulphate and sodium hydroxide?
Asked by Gary Foti 2 years ago.

Manganese has a bunch of oxidation numbers, but only +2 is stable. MnSO4(aq) is a very light pink color. Alkali metal hydroxides, which is what NaOH is, precipitate light pink manganese(II) hydroxide Mn(OH)2, which then gets oxidized when exposed to air to the dark brown manganeseIII oxyhydroxide, MnO(OH) Answered by Madlyn Delross 2 years ago.

3NH4OH + AlCl3 -> 3NH4Cl + Al(OH)3 desire this enables :) and NH4OH would not for sure exist because of the fact NH4OH might immediately destroy down into NH3 + H2O... good good fortune and remember approximately approximately score solutions. Answered by Cindy Muckle 2 years ago.

MnSO4+2NaOH---------->Mn(OH)2+Na2SO4 plus alot of heat will be given off. Answered by Jefferson Ambler 2 years ago.


How much manganese sulfate is in 1 g of epsom salt?
I need to know this for a chemistry project of mine. Asked by Kelley Stotsky 2 years ago.

The formula for epsom salt = MgS04-7H2O The molecular weight of epsom salt= 246.5 gram The molecular weight of manganese sulfate=120.3676 So (120.3676/246.5) =0.488306694 grams of manganese sulfate is in 1 g of epsom salt. Answered by Bambi Melnik 2 years ago.


Volume in liters of 0.372 M manganese(II) sulfate that contains 46.0 g of solute?
Asked by Natisha Hohlt 2 years ago.

you find the molar mass of manganese sulfate so you can cancel out the grams and find the moles. then you can put all of the values into the equation (M=mol/L) and get ur answer Answered by Sirena Carley 2 years ago.


What is the mass in grams of 5.90 mol Manganese (VII) sulfate?
Asked by Mertie Ries 2 years ago.

This one is a simple mol---> conversion. Manganese (VII) sulfate is (Mn)2(SO4)12. 1262.72g is the molar mass. ?g (Mn)2(SO4)12 = 5.90 mol (Mn)2(SO4)12( 1262.72g(Mn)2(SO4)12) = 7450 g .......................................... ......(1mol(Mn)2(SO4)12.......) Just multiply moles by the grams/mol (Molar Mass) to get grams. Answered by Candie Metroka 2 years ago.


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