Mersalyl acid, salyrganic acid
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Mersalyl (Mersal) is an organomercury compound (mercurial diuretic). It is only rarely used as a drug, having been superseded by diuretic medications that do not contain mercury and are therefore less toxic. It features a Hg(II) centre. Mersalyl was originally adapted from calomel (HgCl), a diuretic discovered by Paracelsus.
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