Mercury and divalent inorganic mercury compounds including mercuric oxide and mercuric chloride (measured as mercury) 
an import ban of metallic mercury, mercury compounds and products containing mercury
Mercury in reference electrodes: low chloride mercury chloride, mercury sulphate and mercury oxide.
Mercury and its compounds, expressed as mercury (Hg
The system also includes a mercury conditioner (4) to purify and charge the mercury for use in the amalgamating mercury body, and includes a mercury amalgam recovery separator (5).
The mercurid is one of those: mercuric sulfide, mercuric bromide, mercuric oxide, mercuric sulfate, mercuric chloride etc.
Not less than 65 and not more than 80
lamp mercury content means the mercury contained in the lamp
Lamp mercury content, which means the amount of mercury contained in the lamp.
Mercury in High Pressure Mercury (vapour) lamps (HPMV
According to said method, mercury is eliminated from solutions contaminated by the same by distillation.
Process for removing mercury from an organic medium which at least contains mercury and arsenic, wherein the organic medium is contacted with a solid polymeric substrate containing thiol groups bound to the polymeric substrate through aliphatic groups.
The invention relates to a method for removing mercury from a mercury-containing hydrocarbon stream, the hydrocarbon stream being contacted with an absorbent containing copper on a carrier substance.
An approach is provided for generating mercury (II) sulfide from elemental mercury.
The mercury vapor is condensed in a cooler to recover the mercury.
A mercury emitter realizing an enhancement of mercury emission efficiency.
As a result, the elemental mercury is oxidized to create oxidized mercury in an oxidized flue gas.