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An aluminum engine block, magnesium oil pan, and hollow crankshaft all conspire to save 57lbs (26kg).
Designers, more recently, have decided to use a mix of materials including magnesium and carbon fiber to achieve weight savings, and steelmakers have rolled out stronger but thinner, lighter steels.
Take magnesium, for example: Too much can bring on icky symptoms, like diarrhea, nausea, and abdominal cramping.
On the flip side, the abundances of magnesium, tin, bromine, boron, cadmium, and beryllium within the Earth appear to be significantly lower than previous estimates.
Anyone diagnosed with high blood pressure is probably familiar with the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, which reduces your intake of sodium and increases that of calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Epsom salt, or magnesium sulfate, provides the body with magnesium that can reduce muscle and joint issues after intense workouts.
In one instance, a search for magnesium ribbon — a product that can be used to make a crude fuse — yielded a suggestion for two powders that explode when mixed together in the right proportions and then ignited.
First up is a magnesium mid-frame, which should make the phone extra stiff.
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