Ore solution chemistry; [Part] 2, Solubility of HgS in sulfide solutions

@article{Barnes1967OreSC,
  title={Ore solution chemistry; [Part] 2, Solubility of HgS in sulfide solutions},
  author={H. L. Barnes and S. B. Romberger and M. {\vS}temprok},
  journal={Economic Geology},
  year={1967},
  volume={62},
  pages={957-982}
}
The solubility of cinnabar (red HgS) has been measured in aqueous sulfide solutions under varying conditions: up to 2.5 molal HS (super -) , pH 3.5 to 7.8; 25 to 200 degrees C; and 4 to 140 atm. total pressure. Concentrations were determined by using neutron activation analysis. From these measurements plus those of Schwarzenbach and Widmer for metacinnabar (black HgS), the following constants were derived for ionic strengths (mu ) and temperature as indicated:HgS + 2H 2 S(aq) --> HgS(H 2 S) 2… Expand
Evidence for dissolved polymeric mercury(II)-sulfur complexes?
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