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MN

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MONGOLIA.

MN

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Mongolia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Mongolian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Mongolia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Mongolia. Each Mongolian province and the capital city has its own code with the prefix "MN." For example, the code for the City of Ulan Bator is ISO 3166-2:MN-1.
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EN 16963:2018 - Fertilizers - Determination of boron, cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum and zinc using ICP-AES
In the imported gasoline, the concentration of manganese was 1.
Official sources on condition of anonymity informed that still no specification is set for fuels and oil suppliers usually comply with the MPNR Rules of April 2016 for fuel specifications that do no not specify any limit of manganese.
The acquisition of the Glencore plants in Dunkirk, France and Mo I Rana Norway represents an opportunity for Ferroglobe to increase its size in the manganese alloys industry, producing over half a m tons of sales of ferromanganese and silicomanganese.
We hypothesized that higher serum manganese levels would be present in people with dyslipidemia compared with those without dyslipidemia and that such levels would be affected by manganese sources.
According to studies, abnormal manganese concentrations in the brain to neurological disorders similar to Parkinson's disease, and elevated levels in children may negatively impact neurodevelopment and cognitive performance.
Biomarkers of prenatal manganese exposure data were available for 637 mother-infant pairs (5 pairs missing blood samples; 71 pairs excluded to avoid batch effects inherent in different instruments due to our laboratory's purchase of a new ICP-MS instrument near the end of the study).
Lanza is the lead author of a new report about the Martian manganese oxides in the American Geophysical Union's Geophysical Research Letters.
Manganese oxide minerals are also incredibly sticky and reactive, so organic molecules and nutrients, as well as toxic metals adhere to their surfaces and eventually can be incorporated into the mineral as it grows.
Previous work on Cu-C and Cu-Mn-C systems showed the very low solubility of carbon in pure copper and increased solubility when manganese is present.
In Pakistan manganese occurs are mostly associated with ophiolite thrust belt that extends from Bela through Zhob and Waziristasn to Parachinar (Kazmi and Abbas 2001).
2] environments, some aquatic bacteria can breathe minerals instead, using compounds like manganese (III) oxide ([Mn.