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Magnesium Granules, also known as light alkaline earth metallics in silvery white color, are available. It has a high chemical activity and can produce hydrogen when it reacts with acids. It has a certain degree of ductility and heat-dissipation. Purity: 99.95%

Particle Size : 4 x4 mm

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Magnesium Granules is a white metal that melts at 648.5 degrees Celsius. It has a boiling point of 1107 degrees Celsius. Its relative density is 1_74. It is decomposed in hot water into magnesium hydroxide. In dry air will not lose its luster. However, in moist atmosphere, the magnesium Granules can be oxidized to a gray oxide. The block can be handled at room temperature. However, the powders and debris are flammable, so care should be taken when handling. The block is prone to combustion and oxidation when heated. Therefore, heat treatment should be done in a sulfur dioxide or sulfur-hexafluoride atmosphere. It is a global trusted brand.

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Magnesium Granules: Product Performance

The raw material for magnesium granules is high-purity ingots that are 99.99% pure. The shape is spherical, and it has good fluidity. Magnesium is a strong chemist and has a large affinity to oxygen. They are commonly used as reducing agent to replace metals, such as titanium zirconium or uranium.

Technical Parameters for Magnesium Granules

Product Name MF Purity Particle Size Bulk Density Melting Point Color
Magnesium Granules Mg 99.95% 4 * 4mm 1.74 g/cm3 648.8 Silver White

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Magnesium Granules


This is the method for preparing magnesium Granules.

The milling method is to grind the magnesium ingots into the desired Granules after screening and grading.

The salting method is used to make granular magnesium powder. Diagram: mixing magnesium ingots and potassium chloride, melting and stirring out magnesium grains and molten molten sea. A jaw crusher and shredder for crushing and screening a grain of magnesium.

Diagram of the process: Magnesium ingots a milling, a vortex grinder crushing, a wind transportation, a screening and inspection.


Magnesium Granules


Magnesium Granules is used for making fireworks and signal flares.

Magnesium Granules can be used in a variety of applications, including as a flash powder, lead-alloy, metallurgy to remove sulfur, and purification agent.

Magnesium granules can be used in organic synthesis as a dehydrating agent or as an organic compound to produce magnesium directly from powder. Particularly in the last few years. Magnesium is increasingly used for spraying and in anticorrosion industries. It is also used to make monocrystalline silicon, polycrystalline silica, and metallurgical die-casting powder.

Storage Conditions of Magnesium Grains Mg Granules

Magnesium granules Mg should be stored in a dry and cool room. Niobium carburide cannot be exposed to the air.

Magnesium Granules – Shipping & Packing:

The packaging we use depends on the amount of magnesium granules.

Magnesium granules (Mg granules) packaging:

vacuum packing, 1kg/bag, 10kg/bag, or as your request.

Magnesium granules – Mg granules Shipping:

As soon as payment receipt is received, you can ship out your order by air, by sea or by express.

Magnesium Granules Properties

Alternative Names
Mg granules

CAS Number

Compound Formula

Molecular Mass


Melting Point

Boiling Point

1738 kg/m3

Solubility In H2O

Electrical Resistivity
4.45 microhm-cm @ 20 degC

Poisson’s Ratio

Tensile Strength

Thermal Conduction
1.56 W/cm/K 298.2 K

Thermal Expander
(25 degC) 24.8 um*m




Vickers Hardness

Young’s Module
45 GPa

Magnesium Granules Health & Safety Information

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Transport Information
UN 1869, 4.1 / PG 3,

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