592-85-8 Basic informationMore
- Product Name:MERCURIC THIOCYANATE
- Synonyms: Quecksilber(II)-thiocyanat Thiocyanic acid, mercury salt Mercuric thiocyanate: (Mercuric sulfocyanate) MERCURY THIOCYNATE pure Bisthiocyanatomercury(II) Bisthiocyanic acid mercury(II) salt Mercury(II)bisthiocyanate Mercury(II) thiocyan
- Mol File:592-85-8.mol
Mercuric thiocyanate is an inorganic chemical substance. It is a stable solid at room temperature, and depending upon the purity, it appears as odourless white crystalline powder or grey. It is insoluble in water and denser than water and sinks in water. On decomposition, mercuric thiocyanate releases hazardous substances such as cyanide vapours, vapours of mercury, oxides of nitrogen (NO, NO2), and oxides of sulphur (SO2, SO3). Mercury thiocyanate has limited uses in chemical synthesis.