An investigation showed that the air in the house contained elevated levels of mercury vapor
, and the father and the 9-year-old son, who spent more time in the basement area than the mother, had blood and urine mercury levels above recommended background limits.
Five of the more common light sources are incandescent, fluorescent, mercury vapor
, sodium vapor (high pressure and low pressure), and metal halide.
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The situation with mercury vapor
and methyl mercury is similar.
Exposure to mercury vapor
occurs when these sealed products are broken and the mercury contained inside is accidentally released.
Data from these analyses suggest that 1) blood samples are more sufficiently acquired and can be used to evaluate recent acute exposure and 2) use of a real-time mercury vapor
analyzer can help public health officials determine the magnitude of exposures and help prevent reexposures.
Investigators discovered the boy had inhaled mercury vapor
from interior walls covered with water-based (latex) paint containing phenylmercuric acetate, a mercury-laden preservative.
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for environmental and residential spill and clean-up levels assessment.
In January 1995, pools of elemental mercury were found in a five-story factory building that had been converted to residential use in Hoboken, New Jersey; the building previously had been used to manufacture mercury vapor