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.
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Gold (III) chloride trihydrate (Hau[Cl.sub.4]*3[H.sub.2]O), PEI, methylmercuric chloride, and phenylmercuric chloride were sourced from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
3, we observed a 17% difference between the LC/MS/MS method and the phenylmercuric chloride HPLC-UV method (R = 0.98; slope = 1.17; intercept = 3.7 pmol/8 X [10.sup.8] erythrocytes).
Samples can be stored over long periods under suitable conditions; extracts obtained with the previously described solution of potassium chloride and phenylmercuric acetate can be stored for at least 3 weeks (Douglas and Bremner 1970a).
Cytological conditions in root tip meristem after gross antagonism of phenylmercuric poisoning.
Metasol 57, a specially prepared form of phenylmercuric propionate, catalyzes urethane elastomers and foams.
Effect of soil moisture and phenylmercuric acetate upon stomatal aperture, transpiration and photosynthesis.
Investigators discovered the boy had inhaled mercury vapor from interior walls covered with water-based (latex) paint containing phenylmercuric acetate, a mercury-laden preservative.
The Michigan Department of Public Health (MDPH) identified inhalation of mercury-containing vapors from phenylmercuric acetate contained in latex paint as the probable route of mercury exposure for the family; 17 gallons of paint had been applied to the inside of the family's home during the first week of July.
Soberman contends that the form of mercury used in Ultra Latex, phenylmercuric acetate, is not toxic and does not evaporate, so it cannot get into people's lungs.
Resistogram typing was performed by disk diffusion against a panel of 6 chemicals and dyes: cadmium acetate (10 mmol/L), sodium arsenate (0.2 [micro]mol/L), ethidium bromide (15 mmol/L), propamidine isethionate (2% [wt/vol]), mercuric chloride (0.4 [micro]mol/L), and phenylmercuric acetate (5 mmol/L) as previously described (19,20).
For samplings between Day 0 and Day 9, 0.5% (w/v) phenylmercuric acetate (PMA) was present in the KCl extract solution to inhibit urease activity for the purpose of urea analysis.
Inorganic N was extracted from a 10-g subsample with 50 mL of 2 mol/L KCl (with phenylmercuric acetate added to prevent microbial growth) for 30 min on an orbital shaker to measure initial inorganic N.