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MERCURIC CHLORIDE (7487-94-7)  
Mercury(II) chloride or mercuric chloride (archaically, corrosive sublimate) is the chemical compound of mercury and chlorine with the formula HgCl2. This white crystalline solid is a laboratory reagent and a molecular compound. Once used as a treatment for syphilis, it is no longer used for medicinal purposes because of mercury toxicity and the availability of superior treatments.
Dichloromercury (7487-94-7)  
Sublimate  ·  Mercuric Chloride  ·  Corrosive Sublimate
Methylmercuric chloride (115-09-3)  
methylmercury chloride  ·  methyl mercury chloride  ·  methylmercuric chloride, 203Hg-labeled
MERCURIC CYANIDE (592-04-1)  
Hg(CN)2  ·  Meditonsin
Mercury(II) cyanide, also known as mercuric cyanide, is a coordination compound of nitrogen, carbon and mercury. It is a colorless, odorless, toxic white powder with a bitter metallic taste. It has a melting point of 320 °C (608 °F), at which it decomposes and releases toxic mercury fumes.
MERCURIC OXIDE (21908-53-2)  
mercuric oxide, (197)mercury-labeled  ·  mercuric oxide, (203)mercury-labeled
Mercury(II) oxide, also called mercuric oxide or simply mercury oxide, has a formula of HgO. It has a red or orange color. Mercury(II) oxide is a solid at room temperature and pressure.
Mercury(II) acetate (1600-27-7, 592-63-2)  
mercuric acetate  ·  mercuric acetate, (197)mercury-labeled  ·  mercuric acetate, (203)mercury-labeled
Mercury(II) acetate is the chemical compound with the formula Hg(O2CCH3)2. Commonly abbreviated Hg(OAc)2, this compound is employed as a reagent to generate organomercury compounds from unsaturated organic precursors.
Agrosol (502-39-6)  
panogen 15  ·  (3-cyanoguanidino)methylmercury  ·  methylmercurydicyandiamide
METHYLMERCURIC DICYANAMIDE (502-39-6)  
panogen 15  ·  (3-cyanoguanidino)methylmercury  ·  methylmercurydicyandiamide
Mercury diiodide (7774-29-0)  
mercuric iodide  ·  HgI2  ·  mercuric iodide, red
Mercury(II) iodide is a chemical compound with the molecular formula HgI2. It is typically produced synthetically but can also be found in nature as the extremely rare mineral coccinite. Unlike the related mercury(II) chloride it is hardly soluble in water (<100 ppm).
Nessler reagent (7783-33-7)  
potassium tetraiodomercurate
Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II) is an inorganic compound consisting of potassium cations and the tetraiodomercurate(II) anion. It is mainly used as Nessler's reagent, a 0.09 mol/L solution of potassium tetraiodomercurate(II) (K2[HgI4]) in 2.5 mol/L potassium hydroxide, used to detect ammonia.
Dimethylmercury (593-74-8)  
dimethyl mercury
Dimethylmercury ((CH3)2Hg) is an organomercury compound. This colorless liquid is one of the strongest known neurotoxins. It is described as having a slightly sweet smell, although inhaling enough vapor to detect its odor would be hazardous.
Mercury selenide (20601-83-6)  
mercuric selenide  ·  mercury-selenium complex  ·  mercuric selenide colloid
Mercury selenide (HgSe) is a chemical compound of mercury and selenium. It is a grey-black crystalline solid semi-metal with a sphalerite structure. The lattice constant is 0.608 nm.