|Magnesium Nitrate Nanopowder
|White Crystalline Powder
|Solubility In Water
|25Gms, 50Gms, 100Gms and larger quantities
|Moderately Soluble in Ethanol, Ammonia
|Each Lot of Magnesium Nitrate Nanopowder was tested successfully
|Main Inspect Verifier
Typical Chemical Analysis
Magnesium nitrate is in a hydrated and liquid form. Magnesium nitrate is a hygroscopic salt with the formula Mg(NO3)2. In air, it quickly forms the hexahydrate with the formula Mg(NO3)2·6H2O (and molar weight of 256.41 g/mol). It is very soluble in both water and ethanol. Therefore, the substance is actually only available in the solid hydrated and liquid form. The most common uses for Magnesium nitrate are as a stabilizer, laboratory chemical, intermediate, and fertilizer.
The magnetic properties and specific heat of cerium Magnesium nitrate have been measured at temperatures between 1°k and 4•2°k. The magnetic properties can be described by a highly anisotropic g-tensor, having a very small value along the crystalline axis and a value of 1•84 perpendicular to it. The specific heat is extremely small, being given in this range of temperatures by C1 = 7•5 × 10 R/T . It is shown that the specific heat can be accounted for almost entirely by magnetic dipole-dipole interaction. The use of the salt for work below 1°k.
Magnesium nitrate has many different practical applications. One of these is that it is a component in some fertilizer blends. The blends are used in the hydroponics and greenhouse trade. Major use of the compound is as a catalyst for the manufacturing of petrochemicals. Other applications include the ceramics and printing industries. The type that is used in commercial applications is a man-made product.
Magnesium nitrate is typically found in mines and caves. It is found in the form of nitromagnesite, which is not a common form of it. It is composed of magnesium, nitrogen and oxygen. Magnesium nitrate is extremely soluble in ethanol and water. Magnesium nitrate is in a hydrated and liquid form. Magnesium nitrate is a hygroscopic salt with the formula Mg(NO3)2. In air, it quickly forms the hexahydrate with the formula Mg(NO3)2•6H2O (and molar weight of 256.41 g/mol).
Magnesium Nitrate , Magnesium is a liquid combination of nitrate nitrogen for greener turf and magnesium root development and enzyme activity. The nitrate nitrogen is plant available throughout the growing season, especially at cooler temperatures. Magnesium plays an important role in maintaining favorable water relations between roots and soil. Magnesium is a critical component of chlorophyll, facilitates protein synthesis, regulates enzyme proteins and phosphorous utilization, and activates enzyme activity. Magnesium aids in root development since it is involved in transporting soluble carbohydrates from the leaves to roots, rhizomes and growing points.
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