Information (History, Properties, uses, and compounds)
Density= 13.6 g/cm^3 (at 20*C)
Melting point= - 38.9 *C
Boiling point= 356.6*C
Uses: Mercury has many uses such as sieve gold (because gold has a higher density than mercury but most things located with gold float because they are less dense), calculate heat, Calculate blood Pressure (and other pressures), Florescent lights, and mercury dry cell batteries.
Compounds= HgCl Mercury salts, Hg(ONC)2 Mercury fulminate, HgS mercury sulfide, HgO Mercury oxide, Hg(SO4)Mercury sulfate.
Periodic table information
atomic mass - 201
Protons - 80
Neutrons - 121
Electrons - 80
Nuclide notation - 20/180 Hg (could not stack numbers)
Hyphen notation - 201-Hg
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Group 121. Low melting & boiling points
2. commonly have 1+ or 2+ ions
3. almost always found with surfer
4. partly filled (n - 1) d sub-shell
5. About as abundant as group 11
6. Although they are in block d (of the high block periodic section table) they are no transition metals.
D) HgF2 → Hg+F2
SR) HgO + Cl → HgCl+O
DD) HgS + ClO3 = HgO + S2Cl2
mercury is giving chlorine 2 electrons
Hg=85% Cl= 15%
Liner vesper shape
Balanced chemical equation HgO + Cl → HgCl+O
0.4985 mol per 100 g
Acrostic poem And second creative idea
Ultra long life (For the isotope that passes 50 days... 444 years)
Rule defining friction
Youthful (only one isotope can exist past 50 days)
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visual model/ Bohr model
Lewis dot structure