The chemical formula for magnesium hydrogen sulfate is H2MgO8S2. This substance is also known as magnesium bisulfate and acid magnesium sulfate. It is also commonly seen as sulfuric acid, magnesium salt (2:1) (9CI).
The molecular weight of magnesium hydrogen sulfate is 218.45 grams per mole, and it has an exact mass of 217.9 grams per mole. Magnesium hydrogen sulfate is able to donate two hydrogen bonds, and it can accept eight when combining with other chemicals. Compounds that are related to magnesium hydrogen sulfate include magnesium and sulfuric acid. It is synthetically made in a lab and available from chemical supply companies.