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Mechanical Properties of Magnesium

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List of different mechanical properties of Magnesium metal. These properties test the mechanical strength of this metal. Mechanical Properties of Magnesium </>
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The density of Magnesium metal is a relationship between the mass of the Magnesium atom and how much space it takes up (volume). Density of Magnesium
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Magnesium density at room temperature. Density At Room Temperature
1.74 g/cm3
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79
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Magnesium density When at liquid state (at m.p.). Density When Liquid (at m.p.)
1.58 g/cm3
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55
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Tensile strength is a measurement of the force required to pull something such as rope, wire, or a structural beam to the point where it breaks. Tensile Strength
Not Available
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The viscosity of a fluid is a measure of its resistance to gradual deformation by shear stress or tensile stress. Viscosity
Not Available
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Vapor pressure or equilibrium vapor pressure is defined as the pressure exerted by a vapor in thermodynamic equilibrium with its condensed phases (solid or liquid) at a given temperature in a closed system. Vapor Pressure of Magnesium
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How much it will compress under a given amount of external pressure, that can be found with the help of its elasticity modulus. Elasticity properties
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Shear Modulus of Magnesium is a measure of its elastic properties. Shear Modulus
17.00 GPa
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37
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Bulk Modulus of Magnesium is a measure of its elastic properties. Bulk Modulus
45.00 GPa
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25
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Young’s Modulus of Magnesium is a measure of its elastic properties. Young’s Modulus
45.00 GPa
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39
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Poisson’s ratio, named after Siméon Poisson, is the negative ratio of transverse to axial strain. Poisson Ratio
0.29
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15
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Whether Magnesium exhibits properties like ductility , malleability, weldability, sectility, etc. Other Mechanical Properties
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Magnesium Mechanical Properties

Magnesium mechanical properties are one of the important properties of this metal. Physical Properties of Magnesium are very closely related to its mechanical properties. Mechanical properties of Magnesium comprise of its density, tensile strength, viscosity, vapor pressure and much more! The mechanical properties determine the strength of the metal and its ability to withstand the extended stress. There are few other mechanical properties of Magnesium like malleability, ductility, viscosity, etc. which are its important characteristics while comparing it with other metals.

Density of Magnesium

Density of Magnesium is an important parameter among its mechanical properties. Magnesium density is nothis but exact value of its mass(weight) per unit volume. Depending on the density, metals are classified as Heavy Metals. Its density at room temperature (near room temperature) is 1.74 g/cm3. And if you talk about its density at liquid state, it is 1.58 g/cm3. Viscosity of Magnesium cannot be determined, as the concept of viscosity is only applicable to fluid (liquid state) substances.

Tensile Strength of Magnesium

Tensile strength of Magnesium is Not Available. Its tensile strength reflects the effect of applied force to wrench the metal while it reaches the point where it breaks down into pieces. Its tensile strength is a deciding factor while comparing mechanical properties of Magnesium with other metals. The extent of application of any metal is determined by its tensile strength.

Other Mechanical Properties of Magnesium (Mg)

Other mechanical properties of Magnesium (Mg) like elasticity modulus, shear modulus, bulk modulus, young's modulus and Poisson ratio are explained in this section. The elasticity modulus of Magnesium with respect to Shear modulus, Bulk modulus and Young's modulus is 17.00 GPa, 45.00 GPa and 45.00 GPa. The value for Poisson ratio of Magnesium Element is 0.29. All these values indicate the effect of the various stresses on the deformation amount of metal. The properties such as ductility and malleability are directly dependent on the value of young's modulus and shear modulus. This metal is NA in nature.