The formula for magnesium bromide is MgBr2. Magnesium bromide is a chemical compound that has the molecular weight of 184.11.
The compounds come in pure and nanopowder forms. In most forms, it is soluble in water. It has a melting point of 1312 degrees Fahrenheit and no boiling point. In its natural form, it is a light brown color. The magnesium found in the compound is found in minerals such as brucite and talc. The compound can be obtained in most volumes. It was discovered in 1775 by Joseph Black and first isolated in 1808. It is one of the most abundant elements that can be found in the Earth's crust.