mercury nitrate

mercury nitrate

[′mər·kyə·rē ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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For this test, synthetic mercury solutions containing 30, 110, and 200 ppm were prepared by dissolving mercury nitrate in deionized water.
Workers there were exposed to mercury nitrate as they separated fur from the pelt in a process called "carroting" because of the orange color of the solution.
1988), the mercury nitrate in hatters (O'Carroll et al.
After treatment with mercuric chloride or phenyl mercury nitrate, the bacteria appear dead but are easily revived by active thiol-containing agents (Albert, 1973).