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Magnesium Carbonate Powder

Magnesium Carbonate Powder

Magnesium Carbonate Powder
Product No NRE-11162
CAS No. 39409-82-0
Formula MgCO3
Density ‎2.96 g/cm³
APS <40µm (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Form Powder
Molecular Weight 84.3139 g/mol


Certificate Of Analysis
Mg 28.8%
C 14.2%
O 56.9%
Mn 0.03%
Sn 0.02%
S 0.01%
Cu 0.01%

Magnesium Carbonate Powder

Magnesium carbonate powder is a naturally occurring mineral that is white in color. It has several applications across various industries due to its unique properties. Here are some of the common applications of magnesium carbonate powder:

Pharmaceuticals: Magnesium carbonate is used as an antacid to treat indigestion, heartburn, and upset stomach. It can also be utilized as an excipient in the production of tablets and capsules.

Personal care products: It is used in the manufacturing of personal care products like talcum powder, cosmetics, and skincare products due to its absorbent and anti-caking properties.

Food and beverages: In the food industry, magnesium carbonate is used as a food additive and a nutrient supplement in products such as table salt, mineral water, and nutritional supplements.

Sports equipment: Magnesium carbonate is used in the production of gymnastics and weightlifting chalk. Athletes and sports enthusiasts use this chalk to improve their grip and prevent their hands from slipping.

Industrial applications: It finds use in various industrial processes such as the production of ceramics, fireproofing materials, and as a drying agent for hands in rock climbing, gymnastics, and weightlifting.

Agriculture: Magnesium carbonate can be used as a supplement in agriculture to provide magnesium and carbonate ions to the soil, which can help improve the soil’s ability to retain water and nutrients, promoting plant growth.

Polymer production: It is used as a filler or reinforcing agent in the production of various polymers, such as rubber, to improve the material’s mechanical and thermal properties.

Fireproofing: Magnesium carbonate is used as a fire retardant in the production of materials that require fireproofing, such as construction materials and textiles.