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Mercury originally came from a dying low mass star and a merging neutron star. On the periodic table it is number 80.
The humans started to use mercury in 1500 BE when archaeologist found in an Egyptian tomb. It was used to form amalgams of other metals around 500 BC.
The greeks used mercury in ointments, cosmetics, and medical purposes.
The mercury thermometer was invented in 1714 to tell how hot or cold it is.
Today mercury is used in batteries in phones and regular batteries.
Mercury is used in many things in the world and is used in our everyday lives.
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