magnesium perchlorate


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magnesium perchlorate

[mag′nē·zē·əm pər′klȯr‚āt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Mg(ClO4)2·6H2O White, deliquescent crystals; soluble in water and alcohol; explosive when in contact with reducing materials; used as a drying agent for gases.
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The UV radiation activated compounds like magnesium perchlorate making it "capable of killing bacteria much more effectively than UV light alone," Edinburgh said.
2014), but especially magnesium perchlorate tends to show fluorescence when excited by a 532 nm laser.
The most common salts were magnesium perchlorate, magnesium chlorate and sodium perchlorate.
The most common salts were magnesium perchlorate, magnesium chlorate and sodium perchlorate, all of which are consistent with flowing briny water.
The hydrated salts most consistent with the chemical signatures are likely a mixture of magnesium perchlorate, magnesium chlorate and sodium perchlorate.
Planet The most common salts were magnesium perchlorate, magnesium chlorate and sodium perchlorate, all consistent with flowing briny water.
But when researchers added magnesium perchlorate to soil from Chile's Atacama Desert, known to contain organic compounds, and heated the soil as in the Viking experiments, the same chlorinated compounds were found.