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Graphite intercalation compounds (GICs) of mercuric chloride have been synthesized by four different methods: via the vapour phase, from melts of pure HgCl2, from melts of HgCl2, and alkali metal chlorides, and from solutions in concentrated aqueous HCl. Compounds of stages 4, 3 and 2 were obtained, respectively. GICs prepared from solution always show staging disorder. Pure stage compounds of stage three and four exhibit the following repeat distances along the c⃗ axis: c(3) = 1632 pm; c(4) =doi:10.1515/znb-1989-0702 fatcat:klj2doehjvatxf4i5jghoy2qfu