elemental mercury

Hg. Mercury in its elemental (pure) form, that is, as a metal; hence the synonym metallic mercury. A shiny, silver-gray metal that is a liquid at room temperature.
Elemental mercury has many uses and is for instance found in thermometers, barometers, dental amalgams, batteries, fluorescent lights and some electrical switches. It is rarely found in nature.



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Link database: OSHA Method ID-140: Mercury Vapor In Workplace Atmospheres
Mercury is converted to oxidized species in the upper atmosphere facilitating its entrance into the food chain | EVISA's News
Bacterial methylation of mercury not only starting from oxidized mercury | EVISA's News
Instrument database: Tekran Instruments Corporation - Model 1130 Mercury Speciation Unit
Instrument database: Tekran Instruments Corporation - Model 2500 CVAFS Mercury Detector
Huge Amounts of Toxic Mercury Found Hidden in the Arctic Permafrost | EVISA's News
High levels of mercury found in mountain lions linked to coastal fog | EVISA's News
Microbeam analysis of dental amalgam reveals high mobility of mercury | EVISA's News
Link database: Illinois Teratogen Information Service: Methylmercury and Pregnancy
Instrument database: Mercury Instruments GmbH - Mercury Stack Monitor SM-3
Mercury contaminated freshwater fish from the NE United States: Where comes the mercury from ? | EVISA's News
Link database: Toxicity of Mercury
Mercury in food EFSA updates advice on risks for public health | EVISA's News
Dissension on the best way to fight mercury pollution | EVISA's News
Instrument database: Tekran Instruments Corporation - Series 3300 Speciating Mercury CEM - Overview
Link database: Princeton University: Mercury Cycling and Methylation
Seabass populations can be differentiated by their Mercury Isotope Distribution | EVISA's News
Mercury 'speciation analysis' by using thermal desorption analysis | EVISA's News
Mercury "speciation analysis" by using thermal desorption analysis | EVISA's News
Dietary mercury exposure: Mercury isotopes can tell the source | EVISA's News