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Results 1 - 5 of 5 for Mercuric sulphide
  • Article - 24 Jul 2003
    Mercury is generally considered to be a harmful substance. Presented herein is a unbiased account of mercury, its compounds, and its uses.
  • Article - 23 Jul 2001
    Ancient Chinese and Hindus were familiar with mercury (Hg). The metal was also found in Egyptian tombs of 1500 BC. Mercury rarely occurs as such in nature.
  • Article - 27 Mar 2002
    A comprehensive guide to titanium corrosion in a range of environments such as non-oxidising, acidic and chlorinated environments. A range of corrosion mechanisms for titanium are also covered such...
  • Article - 17 Apr 2018
    The authentication and preservation of art pieces are primarily achieved by the chemical identity of materials used in them.
  • Article - 9 Apr 2013
    Mercury (II) iodide is a chemical compound that exists in red-orange crystals. It is highly reactive to lead salts, iodoform, chlorides, light, heat, hydrogen peroxides and copper salts. Unlike...