Study determines the structure of a molecule that helps the bacteria that causes pneumonia take up manganese
Researchers have developed a new class of compounds with properties that have primarily been found in noble metals
X-ray experiments at Berkeley Lab reveal what’s at work in an unconventional electrode
Concerns about currently-used contrast agents spur studies to find safer options
UCR study on US Glacial Aquifer and three Asian countries suggests public health officials should monitor manganese as a possible public health threat
Manganese, a trace mineral necessary in small amounts for human health but potentially toxic in high doses, relates differently than its cancer-causing cousin, arsenic, to dissolved organic matter in groundwater, according to a recent study
Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed an accurate and reproducible ion chromatography (IC) method that uses suppressed conductivity detection to determine manganese in the simulated electrolyte of a lithium/lithium manganese oxide battery.