Experiments with Mercury



A bottle of mercury. Demonstrations of the properties of mercury. How to make lead float. Sorry about the example of bad safety precautions.

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30 responses to “Experiments with Mercury”

  1. Beast Avatar

    No gloves?¿★If this accidentally get in your tissue,you will have a bad day★

  2. Centigor Avatar

    drinK your bottle of Mercury out !!!! AND THAN I  give you like !

  3. Adam Moore Avatar

    Liquid metallic mercury is poorly absorbed by ingestion and skin contact. It is only hazardous due to its potential to release mercury vapor.

  4. Viertelnote313 Avatar

    please wear gloves!

  5. TheMrblingblingz Avatar

    wtf, you think it's safe to touch led, but not mercury x face palm x but hey good videos!

  6. TheMrblingblingz Avatar

    brace yourselves….mercury and no gloves.

  7. Roger Avatar

    Dear lord man, use protective clothing!

    Jeez, you got a brain for a reason. The human race would appreciate if you use it.

  8. A.J. Miller Avatar

    Murcury is seriously toxic why dont u wear gloves

  9. TheJasekiwi Avatar

    you should lay some plastic cover under it, just in case it spills, cause it would be night ware to clean up mercury beads from the carpet

  10. Carto Jary Avatar

    where can you get it?

  11. Gajendra Purbia Avatar

    can we convert hg to au use radio active reaction . h2so4 ect ….

  12. IsraeliXdude Avatar

    How come lead is floating? lead is 82 while mercury is 80, was this heavy isotope of mercury or lite isotope of lead? or is it because of surface tension?

  13. MegaSaS123 Avatar

    What is the safest way to dispose of mercury?

  14. blueduderanch Avatar

    @mkgecko the compounds are much more toxic than elemental mercury but that doesnt mean elemental mercury isnt very toxic. Im a chemist and we have done numerous LD 50 tests and mercury is lethally toxic to a part per billion level.

  15. 김동준 Avatar

    He is really good teacher~

  16. patrickstarers Avatar

    My face when this is my physics teacher.

  17. 김동준 Avatar

    Mr.HarOOO: What?! Did I touch that?! LOL

  18. rhinogek Avatar

    @sgteltorcho Of course it is, but our country is like this, it is very common here.

  19. sgteltorcho Avatar

    @rhinogek I know this is an old comment, but that's not true. :/ I hate it when people like you stereotype the US. I'm not American or anything, but what you're saying is a dead opinion. Not a fact…

  20. bmarte19 Avatar

    how did you come to obtain the mercury? Are you a professor?

  21. Vrej Egon Spengler Avatar

    Mercury is problematic. Even when you poor it, you get tiny drops all over the beaker and outside. It took me a long time to collect all the tiny drops. I did it outside just for the reason you get droplets.

  22. Bill McGecko Avatar

    @RSClassicAngel No one is forcing you to watch this. I made it for educational purposes. You could also learn some manners (and maybe humour).

  23. noilex Avatar

    Surely, elemental Hg should always be handled wearing gloves. Anything else is complete and utter stupidity. I you have a sratch on your finger whilst handling it, it might get into the bloodstream.
    Don't be a fool and run a risk that high, when the precations needed are so minute and easy to overcome:)

    regards

  24. Blutquell Avatar

    Lol so much hype about handling elemental mercury, its the salts that are really dangerous.

  25. rhinogek Avatar

    @mkgecko Yep, the average north american is pretty dumb. I'm up here researching and learning while others downstairs are watching garbage TV

  26. GMAN1151001 Avatar

    Alright… Time for the taste test…

  27. gromby Avatar

    @DaveArgon
    Man, I could not agree with you more. Reading youtube comments actually scares me. Do they actually reflect the intelligence of the average native english speaker? Or, is it that only the stupid people dare comment while the more intelligent refrain? If I had kids I would be scared. I can imagine that soon most people will be, if not already so, incapable of reading classic literature.

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