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China Supplier of Magnesium Nitrate Hexahydrate Catalyst Properties
Magnesium nitrate is a hygroscopicsalt with the formula Mg(NO3)2. In air, it quickly forms the hexahydrate with the formula Mg(NO3)2·6H2O. It is very soluble in both water and ethanol. Its melting point is 95.0°C, and boiling point is 330°C. The density is 1.464g/cm3. It is likely to spontaneously combust if mixed with organic chemicals .
Insoluble matters in water
The magnesium nitrate used in commerce is a man-made product. It can be synthesized in a variety of ways. The reaction between nitric acid and magnesium oxide
1.used as dehydrating agent, concentrated nitric acid . 2.used as raw materials of producing explosives , fireworks and other nitrates . 3.used for the preparation of catalysts . 4.used as strong oxidant . 5.used as wheat ash agent in a griculture
1.A compound of Nitrogen with Magnesium to maximize the absorption of Magnesium for the treatment of Magnesium deficiency.
2.Magnesium is part of the chlorophyll in all green plants and essential for photosynthesis. It also helps activate many plant enzymes needed for growth.
3.Magnesium is necessary for functioning of plant enzymes to produce carbohydrates, sugars and fats.
4.Magnesium is used for fruit and nut formation and essential for germination of seeds.
5.Deficient plants appear chlorotic, show yellowing between veins of older leaves; leaves may droop. Magnesium is leached by watering and must be supplied when feeding. It can be applied as a foliar spray to correct deficiencies.
6.Completely soluble in water and is suitable for drip irrigation systems, pivot irrigation
Store in original packing away from humidity and direct sunlight.If the product comes into contact with eyes, wash immediately with plenty of water. Keep out of reach of children. Store away from food, beverage and animal feedstuff. Never exceed the recommended doses.
Health Hazard Exposure can cause mild irritation to the mucous membranes. Symptoms may include coughing and shortness of breath. Ingestion of large doses may cause dizziness, abdominal pain, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, weakness, convulsions, and collapse. Contact with skin may cause irritation, redness, and pain.