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Related to mercuric: Mercuric oxide, mercuric sulfide, Mercuric acetate, Mercuric nitrate, mercuric thiocyanate

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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Mercuric chloride induces autoantibodies against U3 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein in susceptible mice.
Mercuric primers caused extreme alarm among ammunition makers and the reloading public upon the adoption of smokeless powder when reloaded cases ruptured upon firing, and sometimes split during reloading.
Mercuric sulfide, HgS, is a substance with very limited water solubility, although the solubility can be affected by pH and by the presence of dissolved organic matter (Ravichandran et al.
Without doubt, mercuric chloride had an immediate effect.
Every year someone catches a 200-plus-pounder in the pass," says Professional Tarpon Tournament Series founder, Joe Mercuric "This year Artie Price caught a 217-pound fish in one of our tournaments.
Phytovolatization has been used primarily for the removal of mercury wherein mercuric ion is transformed into the less toxic gaseous elemental mercury (Ghosh & Singh, 2005).
Inorganic mercury compounds take the form of mercury salts and are generally white powder or crystals, with the exception of mercuric sulfide (cinnabar), which is red.
Contributors to the final focus area, Chris Davison, Lia Tedesco, and Antonio Mercuric, provided insights into future possibilities and directions for languages education.
There are various theories as to the origin of this mythical and magical substance, including that it might be cinnabar, a mercuric sulphide that produced the red pigment vermillion, or that it's simply any mercury made in Russia during the Cold War era when "red" was used as a euphemism for communism.
2] or phenyl mercuric acetate induce abortion, growth retardation, and generate subcutaneous edema, excencephaly and anophthalmia (Chan 1998; Urbach et al.
2+] pathway blockers differentially protect against methylmercury and mercuric chloride neurotoxicity, J Neurosci Res 2001; 66 : 135-45.