For the theatre in Petaluma, California, see Cinnabar Theater. .... "The new low
value for the second dissociation constant of H2S. Its history, its best value, and ...
Indian Journal of History of Sciences, 22(1) : 63—70 (1987). HISTORY OF
CINNABAR AS DRUG, THE NATURAL SUBSTANCE. AND THE SYNTHETIC ...
FACTS & HISTORY: The word 'cinnabar' comes from the Persian for 'dragon's
blood'. Cinnabar was mined by the Roman Empire for its mercury content and it ...
Nov 1, 2012 ... The largest natural source of mercury is cinnabar, its only known ore, and the ...
Cinnabar dating from 500 BC has been identified at a Mayan site in Peru, ....
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By N.S. Gill , About.com GuideNovember 16, 2006
sounds like a cinnamon-flavored treat, but it's not. European researchers combating discolouration of Pompeii says that cinnabar
was thought to have turned black as a result of sun exposure. What researchers fou... More »
Cinnabar is a toxic, nonmetallic mineral composed of mercury and sulfur. ... Gold
Prospecting in the US: The history, geography and geology of gold prospecting ...
Cinnabar is a type of red mercury ore that was mixed with an equal amount of
burning sulphur to create an expensive red paint ... Short History of Red
The early date for the use of the lacquer version was mentioned above and the
date and history for the use of massive cinnabar must be mostly ...
Throughout history, cinnabar has been used as a pigment or colouring because
of its attractive red colour, and in the 19th century some American Indians in ...
Cinnabar, the brilliant red ore of mercury, was discovered and first worked in ...
reached 78,000 flasks in 1963, the highest in history, and the following year, ...