Can mercury ever be a gas?

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    Mercury does not occur in a gas form. Mercury is a heavy, silvery white metal with a low melting point, so it is often seen in liquid form. While there is not a gaseous form of mercury, once boiling, the fumes from mercury are extremely poisonous. This is simply considered a form of steam, not a gas in the traditional sense.  

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