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mercuric

of or containing mercury in the divalent state; denoting a mercury(II) compound

mercuric

[mər′kyu̇r·ik]
(inorganic chemistry)
The mercury ion with a 2+ oxidation state, for example Hg(NO3)2.
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Group 1: Aqueous solution of mercuric chloride was injected intraperitoneally (ip) at a dose of 1 mg /kg body weight/ day for five days.
1 % (w/v) solution of mercuric acid (HgCl2) for 10 min and washed subsequently three times with sterile distilled water, followed by one min soaking in 90% ethanol.
Results: The lowest used concentration of mercuric chloride depleted T and B-cells GSH level 2.
Mirkin, Colorimetric detection of mercuric ion (Hg2+) in aqueous media using DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles, Angew Chem Int Edit, 46 (2007) 4093-4096.
A: The primers developed by Frankford Arsenal in 1898 were successful in replacing mercuric primers in US military ammunition and were used through WWI (commercial manufacturers quickly adopted similar mixtures around the beginning of the 20th century).
The chemical species that matter are various complexes of the mercuric ion with different organic and inorganic legends, methyl mercury, dimethyl mercury and elemental mercury.
Mercuric phosphate and mercuric sulfide are insoluble salts of [Hg.
Haad advises the public to read posters or information on any whitening, or anti-aging product packaging thoroughly and to stop the use of any product that may contain the word 'mercurouschloride', calomel, mercuric, mercurio or mercury.
Alterations in ACP activity in the kidney and ovary of teleost fish, Channa punctatus, after mercuric chloride intoxication was reported by Shastry and Aggarwal (1979).
Mercury and mercuric chloride are environmental toxicants used in labs and industrial processes.
The substance, slimy and mercuric in its weight and its inertness, pushes them back to the surface.