mercuric chloride


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mer·cu·ric chlor·ide

(mer-kyū'rik klōr'īd),
A topical antiseptic and disinfectant for inanimate objects.
Synonym(s): corrosive sublimate, mercury bichloride, mercury perchloride, corrosive mercury chloride

mercuric chloride

HgCl2, a highly toxic inorganic salt of mercury.
CAS # 7487-94-7
Synonym: mercury bichloride; mercury (II) chloridemercuric chloride poisoning;
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Group 3: Aqueous solution of PM was injected ip at a dose of 5 mg/kg body weight/day for 5 days followed by mercuric chloride treatment at 1 mg/kg/day for next five days.
Mercuric chloride, cythion and ammonium sulfate induced changes in the brain, liver and ovarian alkaline phosphatase content in the fish Channa punctatus.
Particularly when the highly toxic mercuric chloride was used.
Mahboob et al (136) showed that when CD-1 mice were exposed to mercuric chloride, there were alterations in the lipid peroxidation (LPO), glutathione reductase (GR), glutathione peroxidase (GPx), superoxide dismutase (SOD) and GSH levels in different organs apart from kidneys.
Exposure of Notopterus notopterus (Pallus) to cadmium chloride and mercuric chloride, individually and in combination for 2 months results in a gradual decrease in the lipid content both in the liver and ovary (Sindhe et al.
25% (w/v) mercuric chloride solution for 10 min followed by three rinses in autoclaved distilled-water.
SOD, GSH Px, and lipid peroxidation were significantly increased in the livers, kidneys, and brains of Atlantic salmon fed fish-meal-based diets supplemented with mercuric chloride or methylmercury chloride for 4 months (5).
Mercuric chloride, which a state crime lab report concluded was among the chemicals found in the raid on the house on 54th Street, is especially hazardous.
They then evaluated the effectiveness at removing elemental mercury and mercuric chloride from several simulated combustion gas streams.
Mercuric chloride, applied in droplets on the primary roots of Zea mays, reduced their elongation and inhibited their graviresponse (Pilet & Versel, 1981).