The council of scientific and industrial research has developed a process for Production of high purity heavy basic magnesium carbonate from bittern
Rise in spending on lifestyle attributed to the rise in disposable income is boosting the demand for cosmetics, personal care products further propelling the magnesium carbonate market. The adoption of magnesium carbonate in various end-use industries like plastic, rubber, automotive, aerospace, and pharmaceuticals is expected to drive the market potentially.
Heavy basic magnesium carbonates are used in pharmaceuticals as an inert vehicle and an adsorbent. Due to its fine texture and high absorbency, it is used in cosmetic manufacturing as a carrier and retainer of perfumes. It is also used in the rubber industry as a reinforcing agent and as an extender for titanium dioxide in paint, lithographing inks and as a precursor for other magnesium-based chemicals.
Moderate reaction conditions are involved to produce desired density product using sea bittern. Product meets benchmark internationally available product specification. It is used as antacid and filler in other tablets. Also, it is used as a primary raw material for production of magnesium oxide and other derivatives. This chemical is extensively demanded as smoke suppressant, drying agent and as filler material.
Central salt and marine chemicals research institute
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