Magnesium refers to a light, silvery, moderately hard metallic element used in processing metals and chemicals, and in alloying aluminum to give it desired metallurgical properties.

See also:
"Magnesium" is in the HS Code "2519"
Natural Magnesium Carbonate (Magnesite); Fused Magnesia, Dead-Burned (Sintered)Magnesia, Whether Or

"Magnesium" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101707"
Magnesium

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