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Magnesium trisilicate

Magnesium trisilicate

2MgO-3SiO2-nH2O;a compound of magnesium oxide and silicon dioxide with varying proportions of water; occurs in nature as meerschaum, pararepiolite, and repiolite; a gastric antacid.


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