Mercury I Chloride

Dense white or yellowish-white odorless solid. It was used in medicine as a diuretic and laxative although this is now discontinued.


Also known as
Calomel, Mercurous chloride, Dimercury dichloride

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Atomic / Molecular Weight 472.09 gmol-1Clip
Density 7150 kgm-3Clip
Melting Point 656 (sublimes) KClip
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See also: Chlorine, Mercury Hg.

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Subjects: Chemistry