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Magnesium citrate (3:2), also called trimagnesium bicitrate, trimagnesium dicitrate, trimagnesium citrate, or the ambiguous name magnesium citrate. The substance magnesium citrate usually has water molecules attached to it. It is a (hydrated) salt of magnesium and citric acid. It is not very soluble in water and has a bitter taste. It contains 16.2% magnesium by weight. However, it can naturally only be available as nonahydrate. This hydrated form only contains 12% magnesium metal by weight.   Wikipedia

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