How make Magnesium Cement?
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Well, first you would heat magnesium in a crucible over a Bunsen burner, and this will cause the magnesium to react with both the oxygen and nitrogen in the air by the followi…ng equations: 2Mg(s) + O 2(g) -> 2MgO(s) 3Mg(s) + O 2(g) -> Mg 3 N 2 (s) Now you will want to purify the solution by getting rid of the MgN. To do that, you add water to the magnesium oxide and magnesium nitride and heat it, causing the water to react with the magnesium nitride by the following reaction: Mg 3 N 2(s) + 6H 2 O(l) -> 2NH 3 (g) + 3Mg(OH) 2 (s) As you continue heating, the ammonia is driven off into the air, and the magnesium hydroxide decomposes by the following formula: Mg(OH) 2 (s) -> H 2 O(l) + MgO(s) Thus you are left with only MgO, because the during the heating the water is changed to gas and driven off as well. So all in all you added heat and water! Hope this helps!
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lime stone makes cement
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It is used so the cement can bond with another substance or else it will be to weak
you make it by mixing limestone powder and clay in a kiln
In making cement, pulverized limestone (i.e. calcium carbonate) is burned to produce calcium oxide and carbon dioxide that escapes as a gas. The calcium oxide then reacts with… water to form calcium hydroxide in a mixture that also contains pulverized clay and sand. This mixture is dried and pulverized once more in a kiln. This is cement.
OK this is a easy me and my friend just did it today! . How to make cement mix. all you need:. 1.half a cup of water. 2.two handfuls of sand. 3.paint (any colour). 4.g…lue. 5.bowl. 6. a wooden spoon. What to do:. pour the water into the bowl and put the sand in the bowl. Then pour some paint in but not to much then get the wooden spoon and stir until it is smoothed and mixed. Then add some glue and then stir. Then leave it For a hour then check if it has hardened. Check on it until it is almost dry but not, then if you want you can shape the cement into stuff or just leave it. Hope it works!!!. love tekeisha and charlotte
You add citric acid (C6H8o7) to pure magnesium (mg) to make magnesium citrate and water.
I know magnesium phosphate cement is a viable option for a quick-trying and tough cement solution. It is used and so yes, magnesium is used in the production of this specific …cement type. Cement is a very general term, though. I assume we're using it in a "mortar" sort of sense...and it would have to be said that very generally speaking, magnesium is not something at the top of the ingredients list when concerning cements. But, in the same way, if you want to put magnesium into cement then you're free to do so. It will change the properties in one way or another but I'm sure you can still end up with a magnesium cement mixture if that's what you wanted. Finally, many cements contain clay...and I'm sure you would find some magnesium in there to varying degrees. Can you put magnesium into a cement mix and call it cement? Absolutely. Can you make cement without magnesium? Absolutely.
Limestone can make glass, paper, chalk, sidewalks, garages, ballasts for railroad tracks, pyramids, toothpaste, fertilizer, floor tiles, and window sills.
In Coal (fuel source)
Yes. Coal is a common source of the heat needed to make cement.
I don't think so, concrete is made in a chemical reaction, making the change irreversible. it is possible to mix the broken down concrete with new concrete, but you cannot sim…ply remix and remould it. I hope this answer benefits you.
In Home Improvement
Cement mixed with gravel makes aggregate.
In Concrete and Cement
Cement, or more correctly, Portland cement, named after the person who perfected making it, is essentially limestone that is burned in a kiln, then pulverized to a fine, fine …dust. Think of Portland cement as 'Instant limestone', because when you mix it with water, the water chemically combines with the cement to form a hard, hard product that is durable, has high compressive strength, and resembles limestone. After the Portland cement dust is made, it is mixed with a large proportion of clay -- just plain, ordinary potter's clay -- and also a bit of gypsum and other trace ingredients that all work to make the cement set up harder and faster. In concrete, Portland cement makes the concrete "cure", to set up, that is, to chemically combine with the water. The product is a very durable, very strong, very fast-curing aggregate, using sand and stones to fill in between each other and the cement particles.
Yes,Sorel in 1867 announced the discovery of an excellent cement formed from the combination of magnesium oxide and magnesium chloride solution. This cement type is known by m…any different names, such as Sorel, magnesite and magnesium oxychloride cement. This cement has many superior properties to Portland cement. However, there are two other known magnesia cements. The first is magnesium oxysulfate (MOS), which is the sulfate analogue of magnesium oxychloride and is formed by the combination of magnesium oxide and magnesium sulfate solution. The second is magnesium phosphate cement (MAP), formed by the reaction between magnesium oxide and a soluble phosphate, such as ammonium phosphate monobasic (NH 4 H 2 PO 4 )