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    Hey guys! does anyone know if manganese or manganese oxide forms hydrated crystals? I can't find it on the web so would really appreciate any help and a source if anyone has 1. Thank you
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    i dnt think it does
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    (Original post by ben10)
    i dnt think it does
    thaaanks can i ask why you think that? or is it just a gut feeling?
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    because ive never kum across a equation with hydrated manganese crystals.... are u doing this fr the A2 EMPA prep
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    Hey guys! does anyone know if manganese or manganese oxide forms hydrated crystals? I can't find it on the web so would really appreciate any help and a source if anyone has 1. Thank you
    Manganese oxide does not form hydrated crystals (in common with most oxides), but some of its salts do.
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    (Original post by stargirll)
    thaaanks can i ask why you think that? or is it just a gut feeling?
    because ive never kum across a equation with hydrated manganese crystals.... are u doing this fr the A2 EMPA prep
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    (Original post by charco)
    Manganese oxide does not form hydrated crystals (in common with most oxides), but some of its salts do.
    i have never been too great with solid state, but you mind telling me why?
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    (Original post by shengoc)
    i have never been too great with solid state, but you mind telling me why?
    Why what? Why oxides are not usually hydrated?
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    (Original post by charco)
    Manganese oxide does not form hydrated crystals (in common with most oxides), but some of its salts do.
    aww thanks. do do u think Mn2+ would?
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    (Original post by stargirll)
    aww thanks. do do u think Mn2+ would?
    Manganese(II) sulphate forms a monohydrate, manganese(II) chloride a tetrahydrate
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    Manganese(II) sulphate forms a monohydrate, manganese(II) chloride a tetrahydrate
    okay thank you x
 
 
 
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