magnesium carbonate


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magnesium carbonate

n.
A very light, odorless, white powdery compound, MgCO3, used in a wide variety of manufactured products including inks, glass, dentifrices, and cosmetics.

magne′sium car′bonate


n.
a white powder, MgCO3, insoluble in water and alcohol, soluble in acids, used in dentifrices and cosmetics, as an antacid, and as a refractory material.
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Noun1.magnesium carbonate - a very white crystalline salt that occurs naturally as magnesite or as dolomite
carbonate - a salt or ester of carbonic acid (containing the anion CO3)
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In August, the Bihar government imposed a ban on 'Pan Masala' containing magnesium carbonate in the state.
Dr Adu-Ampomah told the court, presided over Justice Clemence Honyenuga yesterday, that earlier, the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) accompanying the powdery substance, listed the active chemical ingredients in the product as 84.5% of Calcium Carbonate and 4.6% of Magnesium Carbonate, but the liquid had 0.0002% and 0.0002% respectively.
It cannot be found in nature as it is, however; it can be only be found in combination with other elements such as Magnesium chloride that is naturally occurring in seawater; Magnesium carbonate or rock salt; and in plants, as part of the important process of chlorophyll.
The hydration rate of active magnesium oxide is fast, and magnesium hydroxide can react with carbon dioxide (carbonization) to form magnesium carbonate compound which has strong cement strength, and this is an environmentally friendly, sustainable, and efficient new material.
UltraCarb is a multifunctional hybrid of two minerals from a natural deposit: hydromagnesite (hydrated magnesium carbonate) and huntite (magnesium calcium carbonate).
Second, magnesium carbonate adds protection by neutralizing acid.
Chemical anti-caking agents (magnesium carbonate or sodium hexacyanoferrate) are also added.
These agents are often categorized into calcium-based (calcium acetate, calcium carbonate, and calcium citrate) and calcium-free binders (aluminum hydroxide, sevelamer hydrochloride, sevelamer carbonate, lanthanum carbonate, nicotinamide, and magnesium carbonate), all of which are effective in lowering serum phosphate (Malberti, 2013).
There are several chemicals such as Silicate of Magnesia, Calcium Magnesium Carbonate and Alganic acid which are used to prepare the paper coating materials.
According to Smith and McCalley (1904), the Selma chalk of the BP has an average of 74.8% calcium carbonate and 1.53% magnesium carbonate. Because of this, it is not surprising that streams of the BP had calcium: magnesium ratio of 12.73.
The distinctive aesthetic of his colossal teapots and organic boulder forms--a blend of Zen suiboku-ga and 1970s formalist painting applied with a squeeze bottle in broken trails and fields of white glaze mixed with magnesium carbonate became widely known through workshops and exhibitions in a dozen countries and more than 350 venues in the US.
The treatment was systemic with Tienam (imipenem and cilastatin) 500 mg i.v., every 12 hours, PDN 30 mg/day (after 7 days 25 mg), Diflucan (fluconazolum) 1 cp/day, Dicarbocalm (calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate and trisilicate) 1 tbx3/day.