|Main nutrients:||MgO: 16% – S: 13%|
|Molecular weight||246,38 g/mol.|
|Acidity index:||pH 5-9.2%|
|Salinity index:||0.7 dS/m (1g/l)|
As a sulphate equivalent, magnesium sulphate hexahydrate is a neutral, water- and acid-soluble source of magnesium. Iron is used to replace one or two hydrogen atoms in sulfuric acid to create sulphate compounds, which are salts or esters of the acid. Contrary to uncommon fluorides and oxides, the majority of iron sulphate compounds readily dissolve in water for application in water treatment. Inorganic solutions and occasionally aqueous solutions can dissolve organometallic substances. For usage in solar energy and fuel cells, metal ions can be deposited using target sprays and absorbers and distributed using suspended nanoparticles or coatings.