Atomic Radius of Manganese (Mn) [& State, Uses, Discovery ... 2022

All atoms have a (theoretical) atomic radius, even Manganese. Ok, so what is the atomic radius of an atom of Mn?

Note: Learn more about theĀ atomic radius here.

In the case of ManganeseĀ the atomic radius isĀ 1.79 ƅ.Ā There are cool facts about Manganese that most don't know about. Let me show you...

Manganese Data

Manganese Atomic Radius

1.79 ƅ

State at 20 Ā°C



Used in steel, batteries and ceramics. The steel in railroad tracks can contain as much as 1.2% manganese. It is crucial to the effectiveness of vitamin B1.

Atomic Mass


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Most abundant ores are pyrolusite (MnO2), psilomelane [(Ba,H2O)2Mn5O10] and rhodochrosite (MnCO3). Pure metal produced by mixing MnO2 with powered Al and ignited in a furnace.


Hard, brittle, gray-white metal with a pinkish tinge. Rusts like iron in moist air.

Atomic Symbol


Name Origin

Latin: magnes (magnet); Italian: manganese.

Atomic Number


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Discovered By: Johann Gahn
Year: 1774
Location: Sweden

Want to learn more details and data about Manganese (Mn)? Check my Elements Comprehensive List.


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