| 451.11 g/mol|
Magnesium citrate (3:2) Wikipedia
Magnesium citrate (3:2) (3 magnesium atoms per 2 citrate molecules), also called trimagnesium dicitrate, trimagnesium citrate, or the ambiguous name magnesium citrate (which can also mean magnesium citrate (1:1)), is a 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. Compared to magnesium citrate (1:1), it is much less water-soluble, more alkaline, and contains 42.6% more magnesium by weight.