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The fO2 data reported for some samples in Table 2 are incorrect. The new Table 2 below gives corrected values for these fO2. In all models presented in the manuscript, we used correct fO2 values. Our results on the thermodynamic model and bulk Mercury composition are therefore still correct. The colored curves in Figure 7b underestimate Fe/Si for models with a FeS layer. These curves are corrected in the updated figure below. (Complete Table 2 is available as a supplemental file1.)

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