Traducción de Mercury en español:

Mercury

Mercurio, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈməːkjʊri//ˈmərkjəri/

nombre

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    Mercurio masculino
    • At the end of the reactivity series are metals such as mercury, silver, and platinum.
    • Kyrgyzstan has deposits of gold, coal, bismuth, mercury, antimony, tungsten, and copper.
    • I have seen the treatment in various stages, and I think that it works to rid the body of mercury and other heavy metals.
    • Selenium may have a protective effect against mercury and other heavy metal toxicities.
    • The wetlands dense foliage has the ability to handle heavy metals, like mercury, zinc, nickel and copper.
    • Every year crematoria in Scotland belch out about 130 kg of mercury, a liquid heavy metal that attacks the nervous system and can cause brain damage.
    • Combined with silver, mercury, copper and antimony, however, gold is to be found finely distributed.
    • Only a heavy metal like mercury would cause something like that.
    • After treatment, tap water " definitely had no E.Coli at all ", he said, while heavy metals such as mercury were all within safety standards.
    • Alarm bells have started ringing, as water samples from the marsh show the presence of the heavy metal, mercury in it.
    • Certain wild fish are contaminated with mercury, a heavy metal that damages your nervous system and may increase your heart attack risk.
    • Inorganic mercury, a heavy metal, is highly toxic to both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.
    • Also, tuna is one of the species of fish that tends to be most contaminated with the heavy metal mercury.
    • MT proteins regulate blood levels of metals such as copper and zinc and serve to detoxify the body of mercury and other heavy metals.
    • Dental alloys for making amalgams contain silver, tin, mercury, and some copper and zinc.
    • For example, tobacco plants can absorb heavy metals, mercury, copper, and lead.
    • Finally, vitamin C can help rid the body of heavy metal toxins, including mercury, lead, cadmium and nickel.
    • Generally, the water permeability mediated by these aquaporin-subtypes was sensitive to heavy metals such as mercury.
    • An avid environmentalist, she was shocked to hear that her favorite food was contaminated with the toxic heavy metal mercury, and she expressed her anger in a song.
    • However, fish such as swordfish and shark are also a source of exposure to the heavy metal toxin, mercury.

Traducción de mercury en español:

mercury

mercurio, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈməːkjəri//ˈmərkjəri/

nombre

  • 1

    mercurio masculino