Magnesium

The major use of magnesium is a component of alloys or ceramic and crystals. Magnesium alloys (Mg alloys) are a series of mixtures of magnesium with other elements. The elements used can be aluminum, copper, zinc, rare earth elements, silicon, zirconium, and others. As the lightest structural metal, alloys of magnesium have been used in various products including airplanes and performance cars.
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Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various magnesium products including:

Magnesium Alloys:

Magnesium cast alloys and wrought alloys, including but not limited to AZ91, AL50%, and AM60 and M1A. We can manufacture our alloys into ingots, sheets, and other basic shapes. Large quantity is available.

Magnesium Ingots & Magnesium Lump:

Our magnesium ingot can be used in metal refining and other industries. Customized sizes of ingots are available for bulk order. We are able to deliver 4N, 99.99% products by the metric ton.

Magnesium Oxide (MgO):

Fused Magnesia (Fused Magnesium Oxide), purity of 2N5 (99.5%) and 3N (99.9%) products by the metric ton.
Pharmaceutical Grade Magnesium Oxide, purity ≥ 96.5% by the metric ton.

 

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Magnesium

About Magnesium (Mg)

Symbol: Mg
Atomic number: 12
Atomic weight: 24.305
Element category: alkaline earth metal
Although abundant in the earth crust, the free element of magnesium, an alkane earth metal, is not found naturally on Earth.
The major use of magnesium is a component of alloys or ceramic and crystals. Magnesium alloys (Mg alloys) are a series of mixtures of magnesium with other elements. The elements used can be aluminum, copper, zinc, rare earth elements, silicon, zirconium and other. As the lightest structural metal, alloys of magnesium have been used in various products including airplanes and performance cars.

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