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MERCURY Basic information
Product Name: MERCURY
Synonyms: Blue mass;Blue pill;Colloidal mercury;colloidalmercury;elementalmercury;Hg;Hydrargyrum;Kwik
CAS: 7439-97-6
MF: Hg
MW: 200.59
EINECS: 231-106-7
Product Categories: Metals;Inorganics;MercuryMetal and Ceramic Science;ACS GradeChemical Synthesis;Essential Chemicals;Routine Reagents;Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry;Chemical Synthesis;Mercury;Metal and Ceramic Science;G - M;Salt Solutions;Volumetric Solutions;MercuryAnalytical Reagents;PolarographyAnalytical/Chromatography;Analytical Reagents;Analytical Reagents for General Use;Electrochemistry;I-N, Puriss p.a.Metal and Ceramic Science;Puriss p.a.;Trace Analysis Reagents;metal or element
Mol File: 7439-97-6.mol
MERCURY Chemical Properties
mp  -38.9 °C
bp  356.6 °C(lit.)
density  13.54
vapor density  7 (vs air)
vapor pressure  <0&period;01 mm Hg &lpar; 20 °C&rpar;
storage temp&period;  Poison room
solubility  H2O&colon; soluble
Merck  13&comma;5925
Stability&colon; Stable&period; Incompatible with strong acids&comma; sodium thiosulfate&comma; ammonium hydroxide&period;
CAS DataBase Reference 7439-97-6&lpar;CAS DataBase Reference&rpar;
Safety Information
Hazard Codes  T&comma;N&comma;Xn&comma;C&comma;T&plus;
Risk Statements  25-48&sol;21&sol;22-51&sol;53-50&sol;53-33-23-20&sol;21&sol;22-34-36&sol;37&sol;38-23&sol;24&sol;25-48&sol;23-26-61-52&sol;53-36&sol;38
Safety Statements  7-45-60-61-36-36&sol;37&sol;39-26-36&sol;37-53
RIDADR  UN 3289 6&period;1&sol;PG 2
WGK Germany  3
RTECS  OV4550000
HazardClass  8
PackingGroup  III
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MERCURY Usage And Synthesis
Chemical Properties silvery liquid metal
General Description An odorless&comma; silvery metallic liquid&period; Insoluble in water&period; Toxic by ingestion&comma; absorption and inhalation of the fumes&period; Corrosive to aluminum&period; Used as a catalyst in instruments&comma; boilers&comma; mirror coatings&period;
Air & Water Reactions Insoluble in water&period;
Reactivity Profile MERCURY forms an explosive acelylide when mixed with acetylene&period; Can form explosive compounds with ammonia &lpar;a residue resulting from such a reaction exploded when an attempt was made to clean MERCURY off a steel rod &lsqb;Chem&period; Eng&period; News 25&colon;2138&period; 1947&rbrack;&period; Chlorine dioxide &lpar;also other oxidants&comma; such as&colon; chlorine&comma; bromine&comma; nitric acid&comma; performic acid&rpar;&comma; and MERCURY explode when mixed &lsqb;Mellor 2&comma; Supp&period; 1&colon;381&period; 1956&rbrack;&period; Methyl azide in the presence of MERCURY is potentially explosive &lsqb;Can&period; J&period; Chem&period; 41&colon;1048&period; 1963&rbrack;&period; Ground mixtures of sodium carbide and MERCURY can react vigorously &lsqb;Mellor 5&colon;848&period; 1946-47&rbrack;&period; Ammonia forms explosive compounds with gold&comma; MERCURY&comma; or silver&period; &lpar;Eggeman&comma; Tim&period; mmonia Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology&period; John Wiley & Sons&comma; Inc&period; 2001&period;&rpar;&period;
Health Hazard No immediate symptoms&period; As poisoning becomes established&comma; slight muscular tremor&comma; loss of appetite&comma; nausea&comma; and diarrhea are observed&period; Psychic&comma; kidney&comma; and cardiovascular disturbances may occur&period;
Fire Hazard Behavior in Fire&colon; Not flammable