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Why is mercury liquid? Or, why do relativistic effects not get into chemistry te

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Title:
Why is mercury liquid? Or, why do relativistic effects not get into chemistry textbooks? Authors:
Norrby, Lars J. Publication:
Journal of Chemical Education, vol. 68, issue 2, p. 110 Publication Date:
02/1991 Origin:
CROSSREF DOI:
10.1021/ed068p110 Bibliographic Code:
1991JChEd..68..110N

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