Chloride of magnesium 2827310000
Magnesium chloride represents colorless crystals, readily soluble in water. It is a binary inorganic chemical compound of magnesium with chlorine, the magnesium salt of hydrochloric acid.
It occurs naturally in the form of bischofite mineral. In the fossil state, bischofite occurs in the form of a salt granular-crystalline rock.
In pure form, bischofite crystals are water-transparent, but can have white, pink and brown color, depending on the impurities. It contains several tens of microelements, the concentration of some of which is close to the industrially significant. It also contains a small amount of sulfate minerals and a group of hydromicas.
Density 2.316 g / cm³. Melting point - 713 ° C, boiling point - 1412 ° C.
Chemical formula: MgCl2•6H2O
Magnesium chloride, bischofite magnesium (magnesium chloride, bischofite).
This substance is a unique natural product and is widely used both as a raw material component and as a finished product in the following industries: