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Lead arsenites - ID: 1618

Lead cyanide - ID: 1620

London purple - ID: 1621

Magnesium arsenate - ID: 1622

Mercuric arsenate - ID: 1623

Mercuric chloride - ID: 1624

Mercuric nitrate - ID: 1625

Mercuric potassium cyanide - ID: 1626

Mercurous nitrate - ID: 1627

Mercury acetate - ID: 1629

Mercury ammonium chloride - ID: 1630

Mercury benzoate - ID: 1631

Mercuric bromide - ID: 1634

Mercurous bromide - ID: 1634

Mercury bromides - ID: 1634

Mercuric cyanide - ID: 1636

Mercury cyanide - ID: 1636

Mercury gluconate - ID: 1637

Mercury iodide - ID: 1638

Mercury nucleate - ID: 1639

Mercury oleate - ID: 1640

Mercury oxide - ID: 1641

Mercuric oxycyanide - ID: 1642

Mercury oxycyanide, desensitized - ID: 1642

Mercury potassium iodide - ID: 1643

Mercury salicylate - ID: 1644

Mercuric sulfate - ID: 1645

Mercuric sulphate - ID: 1645

Mercury sulfate - ID: 1645

Mercury sulphate - ID: 1645




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