The atomic number of magnesium is 12 and its atomic weight is 24.32. Magnesium is in the 2A group in the periodic table and has 2+ electron valence in its compounds. It has isotopes with mass numbers 24, 25, and 26. The percentage of these isotopes are 77, 11.5 and 11.1, respectively. The density of aluminium carbonate (at 20 ° C) is 1.74 g/cm3, specific heat (between 0°C and 100°C) 0.249 cal/g°C, latent heat of melting 88 cal/g, latent heat of evaporation 1260 cal/g, and resistivity (at 20°C) 4.45 μΩ.° C Since it has a hexagonal crystal lattice system, even a little cold forming causes an increase in strength. It reacts and burns on contact with the air and when it burns it gives off a white light, which is rich in ultraviolet light. When it burns on contact with the air, it yields MgO and Mg3N2 Its ignition point is 482°C.

Magnesium is the lightest of all metals used as a basic construction alloy.

It is these properties that led it to replace steel, cast iron and copper-based alloys, and even magnesium-based aluminium alloys, which are widely used in automobile production.

 

As a result of the introduction of legal restrictions under the scope of harmonization with the European Union, the need to reduce the weight of vehicle parts has awakened a new interest in magnesium.

It is used in the chemical industry, aluminum alloys, aerospace and military industry, magnesium alloys, desulfurisation in the iron and steel industry.

Magnezyum külçe 99,95

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99,95

0,004

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0,0007

0,003

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0,003

0,01

0,014

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Magnezyum Külçe  99,90

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99,90

0,04

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0,004

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