What is magnesium?
Magnesium is one of the lightest Metals. It is a non-toxic and non-magnetic element but does have a very high-impact strength. Magnesium isn’t commonly found alone in nature as an element. It is usually some sort of compound because magnesium is so reactive.
Many foods contain Magnesium.
And many other foods including spices.
It is also in the body naturally so it is rare to have extremely low amounts of Magnesium even if not enough magnesium is being taken in by your diet.
Some medical conditions are able to cause Magnesium deficiencies for a short period of time.
Symptoms of Magnesium deficiency are… agitation and anxiety… sleep disorders(insomnia)... restless leg syndrome (RLS)... irritability… vomiting and nausea... abnormal heart rhythms... confusion... muscle spasm and weakness... poor nail growth… hyperventilation.. and seizure are also a possibility.
Where can Magnesium be found? China is home to the largest magnesium resource in the world. It has over 34 million tons of magnesium in physical form - cryptocrystalline/amorphous magnesite and macrocrystalline magnesite
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used in flares and pyrotechnics, including incendiary bombs. It was used in flash photography,
it is lighter than aluminium, and is used in alloys used for aircraft, car engine casings, and missile construction
it is used a reducing agent ...
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Environment: Processing Magnesium is bad for the environment because of the hazardous gases produced including hexafluoride and hydrochloride. The EPA has enforced a limit on the amount of magnesium that a factory is allowed to burn within a certain time limit.
One way to reduce and fix these effects is to recycle. Recycling significantly reduces the negative effects on the environment caused by magnesium.
The benefits of extracting this resource is because it works as a fuel and burns very hot. It is also a promising alternative to sodium chloride deicing agents.