bichloride of mercury

  1. a white poisonous soluble crystalline sublimate of mercury; used as a pesticide or antiseptic or wood preservative
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  • Indeed, for a long period mercurial compounds, such as bichloride of mercury, headed the list of chemical which were thought to be effective in the killing of microorganisms," it said. FDA Knew Dangers Of Thimerosal-Vaccines For 60 Years
  • A month later, after trying to kill herself by ingesting bichloride of mercury tablets, Oberholtzer died of blood poisoning related to infected bite wounds Stephenson had inflicted on her breasts. Getting Open
  • Bichloride of mercury (corrosive sublimate) is the material employed in the kyanization of timber, the probable mode of action being its combination with the albumen of the wood, to form an insoluble compound not susceptible of spontaneous decomposition, and therefore incapable of exciting fermentation. Forty Centuries of Ink
  • When Roger's first wife found out, he decided to go back to her, causing Ida to despair, poison her two children and attempt suicide with bichloride of mercury. History in a Starbucks: 38 Park Row
  • To prevent these injuries so hurtful to commerce the employment of different substances should be tried such as pyroligneous acid, the chloride of lime, the bichloride of mercury. Movement of the International Literary Exchanges, between France and North America from January 1845 to May, 1846 With Instructions for Collecting, Preparing, and Forwarding Objects of Natural History Written by The Professors Administrators of The Museum
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