Sort by: More Search Options
Results 1 - 10 of 12 for Magnesite
  • Article - 10 Oct 2003
    Soapstone is a naturally occurring material that is suitable for use in countertops, cooking surfaces, fireplaces, wood stoves and ovens. Its composition and properties are briefly outlined.
  • Article - 3 Apr 2002
    A comprehensive overview on magnesia from its origins, occurrences, raw materials, and grades.
  • Article - 17 Mar 2004
    This article looks at the magnesium industry, in particular the effects of cheaply produced metal coming out of China. Applications of magnesium are also covered.
  • Article - 15 Jan 2003
    With global magnesium demand increasing, sourcing magnesium is becoming more important. A new process where it can be produced from power station fly ash has been devised. The technology, advantages,...
  • Article - 9 Jan 2018
    XRD is often used to establish the composition in mining and processing industries.
  • Article - 29 Jul 2001
    Black was the first person to recognize magnesium (Mg) as an element in 1755. Later, in 1808, Davy isolated this element by evaporating mercury from a magnesium amalgam.
  • Article - 6 Feb 2001
    Magnesia is a highly refractory ceramic material. Applications include refractory bricks and shapes, crucibles, cements, heating elements, crushable bushes, thermocouple tubes, brake linings, plasma...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a strong, light-weight metal that exothermically with most acids and water at room temperature. It is found in large deposits of dolomite, magnesite and other minerals, and also in...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery-white metal that is found in large deposits of dolomite, magnesite and other non-ferrous alloys. It tarnishes slightly when exposed to air. It also reacts exothermically with...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2013
    Magnesium (Mg) has the atomic number 12. It is a widely used metal, and is found in over numerous minerals such as talc, magnesite, brucite, dolomite, carnallite, and olivine.