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E-mail address Annonymous - 10/22/2007 10:17:43 PM

  annonymous - 10/22/2007 4:51:30 AM
  what family does mercury belong to? i really need help

Transition Elements

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E-mail address Hannah - 10/22/2007 10:17:03 PM

Whats a good slogan for mercury

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annonymous - 10/22/2007 4:51:30 AM

what family does mercury belong to? i really need help

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gina - 10/20/2007 7:57:09 PM

i neeed a good slogan a different one for mercury

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patrick - 10/18/2007 12:58:49 AM

  E-mail address monique - 10/14/2007 7:26:22 PM
  i need a slogan for mercury and the cost for one gram of it

the substance that tells temperature is Mercury but also kills you in a hurry.

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patrick - 10/18/2007 12:52:46 AM

  layla - 10/10/2007 5:29:30 PM
  what is a good slogan for mercury?

the substance that tells temperature is Mercury but also kills you in a hurry.

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anonymous - 10/18/2007 12:50:10 AM

  E-mail address brylee - 9/27/2007 9:23:15 PM
  Does anyone have a good slogan for mercury

the substance that tells temperature is Mercury but also kills you in a hurry.

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E-mail address monique - 10/14/2007 7:26:22 PM

i need a slogan for mercury and the cost for one gram of it

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E-mail address bob - 10/13/2007 8:40:04 PM

How much does the element Mercury cost?

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layla - 10/10/2007 5:29:30 PM

what is a good slogan for mercury?

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E-mail address dreama - 10/8/2007 3:20:20 PM

  anonymous - 5/30/2007 9:50:04 PM
  Quote [I need help!!! how much would it cost to buy 1 gram of mercury (Hg), i can't seem to find ANYTHING because it's a banned product because it's toxic. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!]

I think mercury is banned but i'm not sure all i can find is mercury products. HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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E-mail address dreama - 10/8/2007 3:19:00 PM

  E-mail address Ariadna V. - 9/27/2007 9:56:17 PM
  Origin of name - Latin. Mercury's scientific name is "Hydrargyrum", which is where "Hg" comes from. :)
I also think it was discovered by a Greek...

& on a side note, lots of teachers like this project. Heh.

thanks it works i got an a=A on my project

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E-mail address Ariadna V. - 9/27/2007 10:03:56 PM

Triple post. Haha.

I forgot to mention that the year of discovery is 1500 BC...

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E-mail address Ariadna V. - 9/27/2007 10:02:17 PM

Oh yes, Hydrargyrum also means "Liquid Silver" in Latin. See the connection? :]

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E-mail address Ariadna V. - 9/27/2007 9:56:17 PM

  E-mail address Skye Orecchio - 9/23/2007 9:07:24 PM
  ANSWER KEY

Symbol: Hg
Atomic #: 80
Atomic Mass: 200.59 amu
Protons: 80
Neutrons: 121
Electrons: 80
Melting Point: -39 C
Boiling Point: 357 C
Nortmal Phase: Liquid
Cost: $37.87 for 113 g
Classification: Metal
My element belongs to the Transition Metal family
Origin of name: After the planet Mercury
Discovered by: Unknown in N/A
Interesting Info:
1. Was used in old-style thermometers.
2. Is dangerous and can poison if touched or ingested.
3. It takews years for spilled mercury to filter out of the environment.
4. Was used in old-style barometers.
5. In the 18th-19th century, Mercury Nitrate was used to make felt hats.
6. Ethyl Mercury, a Vaccine, was found to cause autism in children.

There you go, have fun lol, i'm not a nerd i just figured id help yall out

Origin of name - Latin. Mercury's scientific name is "Hydrargyrum", which is where "Hg" comes from. :)
I also think it was discovered by a Greek...

& on a side note, lots of teachers like this project. Heh.

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E-mail address brylee - 9/27/2007 9:23:15 PM

Does anyone have a good slogan for mercury

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E-mail address Skye Orecchio - 9/23/2007 9:07:24 PM

ANSWER KEY

Symbol: Hg
Atomic #: 80
Atomic Mass: 200.59 amu
Protons: 80
Neutrons: 121
Electrons: 80
Melting Point: -39 C
Boiling Point: 357 C
Nortmal Phase: Liquid
Cost: $37.87 for 113 g
Classification: Metal
My element belongs to the Transition Metal family
Origin of name: After the planet Mercury
Discovered by: Unknown in N/A
Interesting Info:
1. Was used in old-style thermometers.
2. Is dangerous and can poison if touched or ingested.
3. It takews years for spilled mercury to filter out of the environment.
4. Was used in old-style barometers.
5. In the 18th-19th century, Mercury Nitrate was used to make felt hats.
6. Ethyl Mercury, a Vaccine, was found to cause autism in children.

There you go, have fun lol, i'm not a nerd i just figured id help yall out

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E-mail address Moonlight - 9/21/2007 2:16:12 AM

  ally - 9/4/2007 3:12:55 AM
  try sciencespot.net or mostly used... www.chmicalelements.com and click on the yellow Hg button and there you go. And NO im not a science freak. I actually have a C-. Have fun! See ya!!

i tried using those..but i had trouble finding information on anything =|

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E-mail address Moonlight - 9/21/2007 2:06:02 AM

i used this site to help me out..it might help some of you guys out ..

http://paulkiim.tripod.com/id9.html

but i dont know.. would u consider it accurate?

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E-mail address Moonlight - 9/21/2007 1:59:18 AM

ahaha interesting..im doing a project on mercury but i need like 20 points on it.. but it doesnt matter wat it is on..

anyone know anything like interesting? by any chance are there any similarities between mercury the element n mercury the planet?

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