Can Mercury Be Absorbed with a Sponge?

Posted in   22 Oct 2013   / 3539 views  

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MadHatter 5 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
There is a silver (ag) coated sponge that actually does absorb mercury, I guess that is what I was expecting this to be. Mercury adheres to anything made of silver, but you wouldn't be able to get it back off again.
       
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gigantes 5 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
i reckon that guy could use such a silver sponge, because he's playing a little fast and loose with that stuff.

anyway, i suppose that polymer sponge is no match for the autophilic nature of mercury. he could also have tried a real sponge (made from the sea animal) or something with larger pores. possibly some different types of toothbrushes...
       
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