Mercurous-chloride



noun, Pharmacology.
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noun
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a white tasteless insoluble powder used as a fungicide and formerly as a medical antiseptic, cathartic, and diuretic. Formula: Hg2Cl2 Systematic name mercury(I) chloride Also called calomel

mercurous chloride n.
See calomel.

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