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What kinds of classifications are there in Magnesium Sulfate
- Jun 29, 2018 -

Magnesium Sulfate is a large group of magnesium salts, including a lot of small classes, seven water Magnesium Sulfate, one water Magnesium Sulfate and anhydrous Magnesium Sulfate are a few we often see, but besides these three kinds of Magnesium Sulfate, they are classified according to the crystal structure of Magnesium Sulfate, according to experts, can be introduced. Crystallized hydrated crystals with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 12 water respectively. In the saturated solution of -3.9~1.8 C, 12 water Magnesium Sulfate was precipitated, seven water Magnesium Sulfate was precipitated in 1.8~48.1 saturated solution, and six water Magnesium Sulfate was precipitated at 48.1~67.5. Six water Magnesium Sulfate is melted at 87~92 C, and produces 5 water or four water Magnesium Sulfate, then at 106 C, turn into three water, three water at 122 to 124 C to two water, two water Magnesium Sulfate at 161~169 C into a stable one water Magnesium Sulfate, temperature higher than 67.5 temperature precipitation of a water Magnesium Sulfate.