What Is the State of Magnesium at Room Temperature?

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Magnesium is a solid at room temperature. Magnesium is a metal, which is the seventh most abundant element in the earth's crust. It is obtained largely from seawater, as there are about 1.3 billion kilograms of magnesium in every cubic kilometre of seawater.
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magnesium is a solid at room temperature and can be melted eventually.
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The most average, or comfortable, room temperature is about seventy degrees Fahrenheit, which is equal to about twenty-one degrees Celsius.
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Lithium is a solid at STP. There is a site that really has good facts. Chemicool.com.
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