Magnesium carbonate is a chemical compound MgCO3, a white solid occurring in nature as a mineral.
Magnesite occurs in ultramafic rocks and in contact rocks in regional metamorphic terrains, in their carbonate form (MgCO3).
Magnesium has two lines of magnesium carbonate known as MAG-M and MAG-P, which have a great granulometry diversity.
Purity Content: 42% – 45% Magnesium Oxide (MgO)
Active Magnesium: 25% – 28%
Magnesium carbonate has several applications, but most of its production in Brazil is destined to the manufacture of magnesium oxide.