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[meth-uh l-mur-kyuh-ree] /ˌmɛθ əlˈmɜr kyə ri/

noun, Chemistry.
any of several extremely toxic organometallic compounds, Hg(CH 3) 2 , formed from metallic by the action of microorganisms and capable of entering the food chain: used as seed disinfectants.


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