volume 50, issue 1, P91-100 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280500110
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Abstract: Abstract Manganese hydroxide was precipitated from MnSO4 and NH4OH at controlled pH, partially oxidised by aeration and finally calcined at 573–623 K to yield manganese oxide with oxidation state between +3 and +4. When the calcined oxide was leached in dilute sulphuric acid, MnO2 of high electrochemical activity was obtained. In order to improve the bulk or packing density of the product various oxidants were added during the aerial oxidation of the Mn(OH)2 slurry and also during the leaching in dilute H2SO4…

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