Where Does Mercury Come from?

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Mercury comes from volcanoes, weathering of rocks and coal burning power plants. Mercury is also mined in cinnabar ores in Spain, China, Kyrgyzstan and Algeria. Mercury although important, can cause harm to the nervous system and even death when exposed to it for long periods.
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Mercury is found in different elements found in nature, mercury is a metal and minded like iron from cinnabar, coal, a mercuric sulfide ore. It is easly separated by roasting ore in air.
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