methylmercuric chloride, dimethyl mercury, and phenylmercuric
acetate, respectively) (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry [ATSDR], 1999; Clarkson, 2002).
The Merck Index (Budovari, 1996) lists at least one mercury based herbicide, phenylmercuric
acetate, which once was legal.
A number of other potential additives were investigated including benzyl alcohol, phenylmercuric
nitrate, chlorobutanol, chlorocresol, phenol and phenylmercuric
acetate, although these were rejected due to potential toxicity issues.
4 [micro]mol/L), and phenylmercuric
acetate (5 mmol/L) as previously described (19,20).
3 g/L phenylmercuric
chloride in methylene chloride.
During the development of a spectrophotometric determination of urea with diacetyl monoxime, Douglas and Bremner (1970a) showed that addition of 5 [micro]g/g of silver sulfate, mercuric chloride, or phenylmercuric
Ingredients like shellac and quaternium-22 can induce contact allergies; others, such as phenylmercuric
acetate, may cause blisters.
Cytological conditions in root tip meristem after gross antagonism of phenylmercuric
Metasol 57, a specially prepared form of phenylmercuric
propionate, catalyzes urethane elastomers and foams.
Investigators discovered the boy had inhaled mercury vapor from interior walls covered with water-based (latex) paint containing phenylmercuric
acetate, a mercury-laden preservative.
On each occasion, 10 g of moist soil from the different depths was taken and placed in a 50-mL wide-mouth plastic bottle, and 20 mL of 2 M KC1 containing 5 mg/L phenylmercuric
acetate solution was added.
5% (w/v) phenylmercuric
acetate (PMA) was present in the KCl extract solution to inhibit urease activity for the purpose of urea analysis.