By: Payton and Anna
- poor conductor of heat
- has a freezing point of -38.83⁰c
- boiling point of 356.73⁰c
- flourescent lights
- felt production
compounds with mercury
- mercuric chloride
- Mercurous Chloride
- Mercuric sulfide
- form colored compounds
- good conductors of heat and electricity
- can be bent easily
- less reactive than alkali metals
- high melting points but mercury (it is a liquid at room temperature)
mercury (2) chloride / mercuric chloride
- 25.8 % chlorine; 74.2% mercury
Beautiful poetry about a beautiful element
R-reacts with nonmetals
C-could cause cause brain damage
U-usually a liquid at room temperature
Y-you shouldn't eat it
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