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Term:dihydroxidodioxidomanganate(1-)
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Accession:CHEBI:35126 term browser browse the term
Definition:A manganese oxoanion that consists of hypomanganic acid where one of the three OH groups has been deprotonated.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: dihydrogen(tetraoxidomanganate)(1-)
 related_synonym: Formula=H2MnO4;   H2MnO4;   InChI=1S/Mn.2H2O.2O/h;2*1H2;;/q+2;;;;-1/p-2;   InChIKey=VTINEGZUBCMJDR-UHFFFAOYSA-L;   SMILES=[H]O[Mn]([O-])(=O)O[H];   [MnO2(OH)2](-)
 xref: Gmelin:277886
 cyclic_relationship: is_conjugate_acid_of CHEBI:35127;   is_conjugate_base_of CHEBI:35125


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  CHEBI ontology 19770
    chemical entity 19769
      molecular entity 19767
        inorganic molecular entity 19442
          inorganic ion 15646
            inorganic anion 11840
              monovalent inorganic anion 9282
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    subatomic particle 19768
      composite particle 19768
        hadron 19768
          baryon 19768
            nucleon 19768
              atomic nucleus 19768
                atom 19768
                  main group element atom 19653
                    p-block element atom 19653
                      chalcogen 19360
                        oxygen atom 19321
                          oxygen molecular entity 19321
                            oxide 11443
                              oxoanion 8431
                                transition element oxoanion 5383
                                  manganese oxoanion 0
                                    dihydroxidodioxidomanganate(1-) 0
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