mercuric chloride and potassic ferrocyanide failed to produce this effect.
Dissolve the mercuric chloride in 60 of water, and the potassium iodide in the remainder, and mix the two solutions.
The negative is developed in the ordinary manner, intensified by mercuric chloride, and varnished.
In order to study the effect of poison, another set was placed in water containing a small quantity of mercuric chloride.
Picric acid, mercuric chloride, and alkaloidal “group reagents” give no precipitate.
Small specimens of Carinella cingulata Cole were fixed in mercuric chloride and cut in series.
On addition of a solution of mercuric chloride to the red filtrate, a brown flocculent precipitate was formed.
It gives no precipitate with mercuric chloride in aqueous solution; it forms a platinochloride containing 31·8 per cent.
Here, again, the mercuric chloride is sometimes equally valuable.
It gives white precipitates with mercuric chloride, neutral and basic lead acetates.
mercuric chloride n.
A poisonous white crystalline compound used as an antiseptic and a disinfectant.