magnesium nitrate


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magnesium nitrate

[mag′nē·zē·əm ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Mg(NO3)2·6H2O Deliquescent white crystals; soluble in alcohol and water; a fire hazard; used as an oxidizing material in pyrotechnics.
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Though production of concentrated calcium and magnesium nitrate solutions from quicklime and brucite has been known and not new there is still a question about their efficiency and market possibilities.
2-propanediol 50 -24 2-propanol -- -- Carbamide 30-35 (-13)-(-7) Sodium acetate 63 -29 Potassium acetate -- 94 Sodium formate -- 13 Magnesium chloride 26 -46 Sodium chloride 23 (-22)*-(-9) Calcium chloride 29 (-43)-(-32) Calcium nitrate ~50 -49 Magnesium nitrate 40 -45 Mixture of calcium magnesium acetates 32.
Due to these and the earlier discussed reasons, calcium and magnesium nitrates are well known materials used for winter road maintenance in a cold period of the year.
Magnesium nitrate can be substituted for magnesium sulphate, but it hardly seems worthwhile to use a more expensive material for the cheap and readily available magnesium sulphate (epsom salts).
The team spent 10 years testing a variety of additives that might neutralize deadly cigarette carcinogens and ultimately found that mice subjected to tobacco mixed with palladium and magnesium nitrate developed fewer malignant tumors.
Studies of the EPR Parameters and Local Structure for the Cu2+ Center in Lanthanum Magnesium Nitrate