manganésé


manganésé
manganésé, ée
(entrée créée par le supplément)
(man-ga-né-zé, zée) adj.
En quoi on a fait pénétrer du manganèse. Un barreau d'acier manganésé, Ac. des sc. Compt. rendus, t. LXXXIII, p. 816.
   La production des fontes manganésées, Journ. offic. 30 mars 1877, p. 2563, 2e col..

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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