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  1. 1. MAGNESIUM<br />BY: Julio Ayala-Sanchez<br />
  2. 2. Facts about Magnesium<br />The symbol for Magnesium is Mg.<br />Magnesium is one out of the 13 elements that are found in living things.<br />The atomic mass of Mg is 12 and it’s atomic number is 24. <br />Mg’s group name is Alkaline Earth and it’s group number is 2.<br />
  3. 3. More Facts About Mg<br />It’s Boiling Point is 2024.6 ̊F.<br />Melting Point is 1202 ̊F.<br />Also Magnesium has 12 Electrons, 12 Protons, and 12 Neutrons.<br />The atom would have 2 electrons in the first ring, 8 on the second ring, and 4 on the third ring.<br />The Protons and Neutrons would be in the Nucleus .<br />
  4. 4. Information<br />Mg is classified as a Metallic.<br />This element was discovered by Joseph Black on 1755.<br />The origin name comes from the Greek word “Magnesia.”<br />
  5. 5. The Minerals Where Mg Is Found and Availabilities.<br />Mg is found in sea water. <br />Every Cubic kilometer has 1.3 billion kilograms of Magnesium.<br />It’s found in dolomite (CaCo3·MgCo3) and in carnallite (Kci·MgCl·6h20)<br />
  6. 6. Characteristics & Isotopes <br />It’s color is silver white.<br />It’s a soft metal with 2.5 moths.<br />Some of the Isotopes are Mg-25, Mg-26, Mg-24, and Mg-28.<br />
  7. 7. RISKS & Where It Can Be Found In<br />When Magnesium is a metal it’s a fire risk.<br />Magnesium is not a toxic element.<br />It’s found in nature, plants, animals, Earth crust, and people.<br />
  8. 8. USES<br />Mg is use for flares and pyrotechnics.<br />Other uses are bombs and flash photography, airplanes, and missiles.<br />
  9. 9. Compounds<br />oxide<br />hydroxide <br />chloride<br />carbonate<br />sulfate <br />
  10. 10. CITED CITES<br />http://www.webelements.com/magnesium/<br />http://www.chemicalelement.com/element/magnesium.html<br />www.G oogle.com<br />

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