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Talking about the structure of lightly burned magnesium balls
Mar 23, 2018

There is still a force existing between the crystal molecules and molecules of light-burned magnesium powder. This force is called intermolecular force. Intermolecular force is related to the polarity of the molecule, and the molecule is electrically neutral overall. Because the charge of a positive charge in a molecule is equal to the charge of a negative charge. However, in terms of the distribution of the two charges inside the molecule, the molecules can be divided into polar molecules and non-polar molecules.

Each kind of charge has a "charge center". If the relative positions of positive and negative charge centers are expressed by "+" and "one", then the molecules whose centers of positive and negative charges overlap are called non-polar molecules. Non-coincident molecules Called polar molecules. The charge of a positive and negative charge center in the molecule is q, and the distance is l. The product of the two is called the dipole pitch p--P.

The formation of light-burned magnesium spheres The strength of light-fired magnesium spheres depends primarily on the strength of their internal structure. From the theoretical analysis, the formation process of light-burned magnesium balls is mainly physical and chemical processes. The physical process of light-burned magnesium balls is made by mixing light-burned magnesium powder with water. The light burned magnesium powder has a diameter of approximately 0.074 mm and is physically or molecularly crystalline.

According to a large number of experimental and theoretical studies, it is shown that there is an interaction between the charge and the charge, the same charge is mutually exclusive, and the different charges are attracted to each other. It shows that there is an interaction between the two point charges, which is proportional to the product of the charge of the two charges and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the two charges. The unit crystals of light burned magnesium powder also have the same amount of positive and negative charges.

There will always be a dipole at a certain moment. This dipole is called an instantaneous dipole. Intermolecular force is related to the polarity of the molecule, and the molecule is electrically neutral overall. Because the charge of a positive charge in a molecule is equal to the charge of a negative charge.