Comparison of measurements of critical potentials of mercury vapor Ionizing potentials of methane, ethane, ethylene and acetylene. by Joseph Chandler Morris

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  • Electric discharges through gases.,
  • Ionization of gases.

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StatementBy Joseph C. Morris, jr.
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LC ClassificationsQC711 .M86 1928
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Pagination1 p. l., p. 447-458.
Number of Pages458
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Open LibraryOL6726055M
LC Control Number29006559
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Thus, the path. Acute Toxicity. Rabbits exposed for 4 h to saturated vapors of mercury (27 mg/m 3) suffered severe poisoning of brain, colon, heart, liver, lungs, and kidneys (Ashe et al. The rat oral LD 50 of HgCl 2 is mg/kg. Subacute Toxicity. Guinea pigs exposed 10 h/d for 4 d to mercury vapor at 6 mg/m 3 developed neurotic effects and hemorrhagic colitis.

Mercury was stored in the kidneys. Mercury vapor inhalation and poisoning of a family. Oz SG(1), Tozlu M, Yalcin SS, Sozen T, Guven GS. Author information: (1)Internal medicine, Hacettepe University Medical School, Sihhiye, AnkaraTurkey.

[email protected] Acute mercury vapor poisoning is a rare but fatal toxicological by: NEW MEASUREMENTS OF THE VAPOR PRESSURE OF MERCURY BY ALAN W. MENZIES DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Communicated by W. Noyes, Octo Writing inLabyl remarked "The vapor pressure of Comparison of measurements of critical potentials of mercury vapor book is intrinsically important; it has been determined for a wider range of temperatures than that of any other substance.

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