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Is it possible for a jostled blob of mercury on cinnabar to "invade" a different type of rock if they are touching?

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asked Sep 5, 2016 by Sherene Crager (120 points)

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Most Mercury blobs on cinnabar are naturally nestled and don't generally move around, through I suppose if there is movement it is possible to move to a different rock if disturbed.
answered Sep 16, 2016 by hershel (51,840 points)