Hg or HG may refer to:

In science, medicine, and technology:

  • Haplogroup, a group of similar haplotypes
  • Hectogram, hg, a unit of mass equal one hundred grams
  • Hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness
  • Mercury (element)'s chemical symbol
  • hg, the driver program of Mercurial, a version control system

In other uses:

  • Masaki Sumitani or HG, Japanese professional wrestler
  • Hengwrt Chaucer or Hg, a manuscript of the Canterbury Tales
  • His/Her Grace, a style used for various high ranking personages
  • Hlinka Guard, a militia movement of the Slovak People's Party from 1938 to 1945
  • House & Garden (magazine) or HG, a former American shelter magazine
  • Niki (airline)'s IATA code
  • High Grade, a line of Gundam models

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Other articles related to "hg":

Siebs' Law
... Compare PIE *bʰṛHg- > Latin fragor, but *s-bʰṛHg- > PIE *spʰṛHg- > Sanskrit sphūrjati ...
Mercury Polycations
... The existence of the metal-metal bond in Hg(I) compounds was established using X-ray studies in 1927 and Raman spectroscopy in 1934 making it one of the ...
Amalgam (chemistry) - Known Amalgams and Their Uses - Potassium Amalgam
... For the alkali metals, amalgamation is exothermic, and distinct chemical forms can be identified, such as KHg and KHg2 ... KHg is a gold-coloured compound with a melting point of 178 °C, and KHg2 a silver-coloured compound with a melting point of 278 °C ...
Mercury(II) Reductase
... EC is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction Hg + NADP+ + H+ Hg2+ + NADPH The 3 substrates of this enzyme are Hg, NADP+, and H+, whereas ...