Magnesium Chloride Crystals, ACS Reagent Grade *


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About Magnesium Chloride Crystals, ACS Reagent Grade

Magnesium Chloride, also known as Magnesium Dichloride Hexahydrate and Dichloromagnesium Hexahydrate, is often available as hexahydrate of Magnesium(2+) Chloride having the chemical formula H12Cl2MgO6 or MgCl2-6H2O. It is a hydrate, a magnesium halide and an inorganic chloride. It appears as colorless to white odorless hygroscopic crystals or flakes and is readily soluble in Water, Ethanol at ambient conditions. It’s a key source of Magnesium that can be conveniently used in a variety of applications. Chemicals in the Reagent Grade category have high purity and are best suited for analytical purposes. They're useful in research investigations as they produce consistent, trustworthy, and repeatable findings. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Magnesium Chloride Crystal, Reagent Grade online at

Common Uses and Applications

  • Reagent
  • Dust control
  • Ice control
  • Nutritional Supplements
  • Synthesis of fertilizers
  • Textile and paper industry
  • Fireproofing agents
  • Cements
  • Fire extinguishers


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Magnesium Chloride Crystals, ACS Reagent Grade Specifications

Assay 99.0-102.0%
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Nitrate 0.001%
Phosphate 5 ppm
Sulfate 0.002%
Ammonium 0.002%
Barium 0.005%
Calcium 0.01%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 5 ppm
Iron 5 ppm
Manganese 5 ppm
Potassium 0.005%
Sodium 0.005%
Strontium 0.005%

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