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Species with data from:

Fehlner, T.P.; Ulman, J.; Nugent, W.A.; Kochi, J.K., Effect of alkyl substituents on the first ionization potential and on 5d10 ionization in dialkylmercury compounds, Inorg. Chem., 1976, 15, 2544.

16 matching species were found.

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  1. Mercury, diethyl- (C4H10Hg)
    C4H10Hg
  2. Mercury, dimethyl- (C2H6Hg)
    C2H6Hg
  3. Di-n-propyl mercury (C6H14Hg)
  4. Diisopropyl mercury (C6H14Hg)
  5. Mercury di-n-butyl (C8H18Hg)
    C8H18Hg
  6. Bis(isobutyl)mercury (C8H18Hg)
  7. Mercury, bis(2,2-dimethylpropyl)- (C10H22Hg)
  8. Mercury, (1,1-dimethylethyl)methyl- (C5H12Hg)
    C5H12Hg
  9. Mercury, methyl(2-methylpropyl)- (C5H12Hg)
  10. Mercury, isopropylmethyl- (C4H10Hg)
  11. Mercury, ethyl-methyl- (C3H8Hg)
  12. Mercury, (2,2-dimethylpropyl)(2-methylpropyl)- (C9H20Hg)
  13. Mercury, (1,1-dimethylethyl)(1-methylethyl)- (C7H16Hg)
  14. Mercury, (1,1-dimethylethyl)ethyl- (C6H14Hg)
  15. Mercury, bis(1,1-dimethylethyl)- (C8H18Hg)
  16. Mercury, ethyl(1-methylethyl)- (C5H12Hg)