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Business: Environment: Waste Management: Recycling: Metal: Mercury
Health: Alternative: Non-Toxic Living: Mercury and Amalgams
Health: Occupational Health and Safety: Hazardous Substances: Mercury
Science: Chemistry: Elements: Transition Metals
Science: Environment: Environmental Health: Toxic Substances: Mercury
- Basic information, atomic structure, and isotopes.
EnvironmentalChemistry.com: Mercury : Nuclides
- Extensive information on the nuclides of mercury, including potential parent nuclides.
It's Elemental: Mercury
- Basic physical and historical information.
- Physical data, chemical properties, health and environmental effects.
Mercury and Methylmercury by IC-ICPMS
- Analysis of biological, pharmaceutical, and environmental samples for methylmercury and mercury.
Mercury in Space
- Answers the question of what happens to Mercury in space.
Mercury in the Laboratory
- Practical considerations when working with mercury in the laboratory.
- Mercury-specific analytical company that specializes in the separation and direct measurement of methylmercury and inorganic mercury in any clinical or environmental sample.
USGS Minerals Information: Mercury
- Statistics and information on the worldwide supply, demand, and flow of the element (PDF format).
Vermont Legislative Research Shop - Mercury Information
- Features basic information about Mercury, as well as its harmful effects and legislation concerning Mercury in some American States.
- Contains extensive information about Mercury, as well as pictures and videos that show its physical appearance and how it reacts with certain chemicals.
Why is Mercury liquid at room temperature?
- Explores the question of why Mercury is liquid at room temperature. It also provides some links to other sites regarding this chemistry quandary.
- Properties of the element, including its history, applications, and characteristics.
Radiochemistry of Mercury
- Full text of the monograph by Josef Roesmer (Westinghouse Astronuclear Laboratory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). [PDF] (September 01, 1970)
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