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1.0000 Mercury (UK PID)
    10-09-18, http://www.inchem.org/documents/ukpids/ukpids/ukpid27.htm
    Summary: Synonyms of some inorganic mercuric compounds are: Mercuric chloride (HgCl2): corrosive sublimate, mercury bichloride, quecksilber chlorid (German), Sublimat (Czech), mercuric bichloride, mercuric dichloride, mercury bichloride, mercury dichloride, mercury (II) chloride, bichlorure de mercure (French), bichloride of mercury, chloride rtutnaty (Czech), chlorure di mercurique (French), cloruro di mercurio (Italian), cloruro mercurio (Spanish), dichloromercury, mercury perchloride.

1.0000 249. Mercury (WHO Food Additives Series 4)
    10-09-18, http://www.inchem.org/documents/jecfa/jecmono/v004je02.htm
    Summary: The principal forms of mercury commercially discharged into the environment are metallic mercury, inorganic mercury, aryl-mercury, alkyl-mercury and alkoxyalkyl-mercury compounds. Mercurials can be divided into the following groups: (a) elemental mercury, (b) inorganic mercury compounds, (c) aryl and alkoxyalkyl mercury compounds, (d) alkyl mercury compounds. (d) Alkyl mercury compounds The distribution of alkyl mercury in the body tissues is very different from aryl and inorganic mercury.

1.0000 464. Mercury (WHO Food Additives Series 13)
    10-09-18, http://www.inchem.org/documents/jecfa/jecmono/v13je14.htm
    Summary: Five germ-free ICR-JCL female mice and four conventional ICR-JCL female mice (controls), matched for age and body weight, received 1.0 ml drinking-water, containing methyl mercury chloride (MeHgCl) (20 µg total Hg) for one day. Acute studies Rat Groups of four male and four female weanling SPF-Wistar rats (body weight 40-60 g) were given diets containing 0 (controls), 0.1, 0.5, 2.5, 12.5 and 250 ppm MeHgCl for two weeks. Short-term studies Rat Groups of 15 male and 10 female weanling ...

1.0000 JECFA Evaluations-MERCURY-
    10-09-18, http://www.inchem.org/documents/jecfa/jeceval/jec_1373.htm
    Summary: MERCURY See: METHYLMERCURY Functional class: CONTAMINANT Latest evaluation: 1978 Tolerable Intake: PTWI 0.005 mg/kg bw Report: TRS 631-JECFA 22/26 Tox monograph: FAS 13-JECFA 22/43 Previous status: 1972, NMRS 51/TRS 505-JECFA 16/11, FAS 4-JECFA 16/11. PTWI 0.005; ADI: NONE 1970, NMRS 48/TRS 462-JECFA 14/18. NO ADI 1966, NMRS 43/TRS 373-JECFA 10/16 12 Nov 01

1.0000 ICSC 0056 - MERCURY
    10-09-18, http://www.inchem.org/documents/icsc/icsc/eics0056.htm
    Summary: Transportation UN Classification UN Hazard Class: 8; UN Pack Group: III STORAGE Provision to contain effluent from fire extinguishing. Routes of exposure The substance can be absorbed into the body by inhalation of its vapour and through the skin also as a vapour. Effects of long-term or repeated exposure The substance may have effects on the central nervous system and kidneys.

1.0000 Mercury (EHC 1, 1976)
    10-09-18, http://www.inchem.org/documents/ehc/ehc/ehc001.htm
    Summary: 1.2.5 Metabolism of mercury Approximately 80% of inhaled mercury vapour is retained. In addition to its elemental state, mercury exists in the + 1 (mercury(I)) and +2 (mercury(II)) states in which the mercury atom has lost one and two electrons, respectively. Inorganic mercury compounds included the metallic form, the salts of mercury(I) and mercury(II) ions, and those complexes in which mercury(II) was reversibly bound to such tissue ligands as thiol groups and protein.