Mercuric Chloride 0.2N, 500mL *

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Mercuric Chloride is also known as Mercury(II) chloride, Dichloromercury, Sublimate, and Mercury bichloride. Its 0.2N solution appears as colorless liquid and is soluble in water and highly toxic that is able to volatize slightly at ambient conditions and appreciably at 100 o C. Lab Alley’s Mercuric Chloride 0.2N solution is composed of 2.72 wt.% of pure Mercuric Chloride with 97.28% of purified water. Chemically pure or Laboratory reagents are the two terms often used to describe Lab Grade chemicals. Lab Grade chemicals do not meet any accepted quality or purity requirements such as the ACS Grade, the USP Grade, and the FCC Grade, despite their acceptable purity. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Mercuric Chloride, 0.2N solution having lab grade characteristics online at Due to its high purity, this Lab Alley product is highly recommended for labs and commercial applications.

Common Uses
  • Reagent
  • Disinfectant
  • Fungicide
  • Perfume and toiletry industry
Safety and Handling

Mercuric Chloride 0.2N Solution Shipping Information:
DOT: mercuric chloride, 6.1, UN1624, PG II, marine pollutant

Please contact us to request a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Mercuric Chloride 0.2N Solution.

Important: This product will only be shipped to Schools, Universities, Laboratories, or Companies. If you are an individual ordering this product, it will not be shipped to you. It will be deleted from your order and the rest of the order will be shipped without your confirmation.

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