# Reaction of cyclopropane with hot potassium permanganate

Hot potassium permanganate is usually used as an oxidising agent, and cyclopropane being an unstable three membered ring undergoes reaction with several reagents such as bromine, $$\ce{HBr}$$, metal adsorbed with hydrogen, etc.

However, I don't know for a fact if cyclopropane undergoes oxidation with hot permanganate – and I couldn't really find much data online.

If at all cyclopropane doesn't react, what happens with its methyl derivative? Does it get oxidised to the corresponding acid?