Other Known Names
- +2 mercuric
- +1 mercurous
- l murcurious oxide
- ll mercuric oxide
- float valves
- mercury switches
- mercury relays
- florescent lamps
- also found in fish
- the only metal that is liquid at room temperature.
- atomic number: 80
- atomic mass: 200.59 AMU
- boiling point: 356.73 degrees C
- state of matter: liquid
- melting point: -38.83 degrees C
- 80 protons and electrons
- 121 neutrons
- high density
- Can be bright red
this is the bohr digagram, it shows the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Mercury is used in thermometers to help see what temperature it is. its also used in barometers and things that measure in degrees.
If you see this ''liquid" its not gold even though it looks gold and shiny. mercury is formally know as red, but because of pigment/coloring it can be found in different shades and colors.
First arresting officer and first arrest report.
Mercury is period 6, group 12
If mercury is exposed to enzymes in the body, it will result in the enzymes changing chemicly and unable to do what their main purpose is to do.
When mercury is combined with ONC (Hg(ONC)2) it creates an explosive for blasting caps.
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