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"Mercuric fulminate, HgC2N2O2 ... (is) almost insoluble in cold water and requiring 130 times it weight of boiling water for solution. It may be heated to 180° C. before exploding, and the explosion so brought about is much milder than that produced by percussion."

NOTE: Water boils at 100° C.

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