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meth•yl•mer•cu•ry



Pronunciation: (meth"ul-mûr'kyu-rē), [key]
n. Chem.
any of several extremely toxic organometallic compounds, Hg(CH3)2, formed from metallic mercury by the action of microorganisms and capable of entering the food chain: used as seed disinfectants.

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