- mercurous chloride,
- mercury barometer,
- mercury chloride,
- mercury fulminate,
- mercury mass,
- mercury poisoning
Origin of mercury arc
Examples from the Web for mercury arc
Another lamp differing widely in appearance from the preceding arcs may be described here because it is known as the mercury-arc.
The mercury-arc rectifier proper consists of a glass bulb containing vacuum and a small amount of mercury.
The circuit of a mercury-arc rectifier charging outfit is shown in Fig. 415.
It is a device broadly similar to the mercury-arc lamp produced by Peter Cooper Hewitt.
For example, assume that phosphorescent zinc sulphide is excited by the light from a mercury-arc.
- an electric discharge through ionized mercury vapour, producing a brilliant bluish-green light containing ultraviolet radiation
- (as modifier)a mercury-arc rectifier See also ignitron