phenylmercuric

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phenylmercuric

 [fen″il-mer-ku´rik]
denoting a compound containing the radical C6H5Hg—, forming various antiseptic, antibacterial, and fungicidal salts; compounds of the acetate and nitrate salts are used as bacteriostatics, and the former is also used as an herbicide.

phenylmercuric

/phen·yl·mer·cu·ric/ (-mer-ku´rik) denoting a compound containing the radical C6H5Hg—, forming various antiseptic, antibacterial, and fungicidal salts; compounds of the acetate and nitrate salts are used as bacteriostatic pharmaceutical preservatives, and the former is used as a herbicide.

phenylmercuric

denoting a compound containing the radical C6H5Hg−, forming various antiseptic, antibacterial and fungicidal salts; compounds of the acetate and nitrate salts are used as bacteriostatics, and the former is also used as a herbicide.

phenylmercuric acetate
used as a bacteriostatic preservative in pharmaceutical preparations, as a topical fungistatic agent, and as a herbicide.
phenylmercuric chloride
used as a bacteriostat in pharmaceuticals.
phenylmercuric nitrate
used as a bacterial preservative in pharmaceutical preparations, and as a topical antiseptic.