The Magnesium Case

The Magnesium Case
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  • The Magnesium Case
  • Designed and Written by Jamie Marshaleck
  • Period 4
  • Miss Collins, please tell us what you are accusing Mr. Branwell of.
  • Mr. Branwell has stolen my precious magnesium.
  • She believes that my liquid magnesium was once her solid magnesium.
  • Mr. Branwell, you plead that you have not stolen her magnesium.
  • He doesn't understand that magnesium can experience phase changes.
  • When magnesium is mined, it is as it is. Magnesium is magnesium is magnesium.
  • When magnesium gets hot enough, 1,202 degrees Fahrenheit, it melts and changes from a liquid to a solid. Liquids take on the shape of the container they are in, which is why 'your' magnesium is technically the shape of that bowl it's in.
  • When magnesium gets even hotter than that, 1,994 degrees Fahrenheit, it boils, then evaporates into a gas. Gas is easy to compress, and expands to fill the container it is in.
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