Calomel

Definition of Calomel

Cal´o`mel   Pronunciation: kăl´ô`mĕl
n.1.(Chem.) Mild chloride of mercury, Hg2Cl2, a heavy, white or yellowish white substance, insoluble and tasteless, much used in medicine as a mercurial and purgative; mercurous chloride. It occurs native as the mineral horn quicksilver.

Related Words

atomic number 80, black lotion, blackwash, chloride, Hg, hydrargyrum, mercurous chloride, mercury, quicksilver
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