Is there any way that i can extract magnessium from magnessium sulfate and sodium metal from salt Inside the house.
Actually magnesium sulfate decomposes at 1124C into sulfur trioxide and magnesium oxide. So you'll be working with the oxide which has a much higher melting point of 2800C.Magnesium Sulfate melts at an even higher temperature than NaCl (1124 degree C).
The melting point of NaCl can be reduced significantly by forming a eutectic with CaCl2.
The more things you can make on your own, the more rewarding the whole process seems when you finally reach your goal .mrjeffy321 said:Not that I can blame you, I have been known to do this too all to often