Magnessium By: payton debaun

Magnesium's Element Symbol: Mg
This shows you the Atomic number, mass, and symbol. This image also gives you the protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Atomic Number: 12
Protons: 7 - Electrons: 7 - Neutrons: 12
Atomic Mass: 24.3050
Magnesium is a solid and a metal. It was discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy in 1755 and is used to heal scratches and rashes. Also used in Epsom salt spread.
Physical Properties: silvery white, solid, hexagonal, relatively soft, shines and/or glows, and can be shaped or bent.
Unusual Facts: Magnesium is the eighth most abundant element in the Earth's crust. Magnesium is one of the two dozen or so elements that are essential for life.

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Created with images by NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "A Galactic Spectacle" • James St. John - "Spinifex metakomatiite (serpentinite) (Komati Formation, Paleoarchean, 3.481-3.482 Ga; Komati River Valley, South Africa) 2" • fdecomite - "Magnesium" • selkovjr - "Tea scum" • James St. John - "Phlogopite leucite lamproite lava (Ellendale Center No. 5, Lower Miocene, 19-22 Ma; Ellendale Lamproite Field, northeastern Canning Basin, northern Western Australia) 2" • Macleay Grass Man - "Taraxacum officinale head5" • PublicDomainPictures - "salt dead sea" • Dimitry B - "Before Sunrise, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia" • Guilherme Jófili - "Vocations // Poço Azul"

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