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World Health Organization & International Programme on Chemical Safety. (1998). Copper. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/42123
Environmental health criteria ; 200
DescriptionFirst draft prepared by C. Dameron ... [et al.], and P. D. Howe
Summary and conclusions in French (p. 335-347) and Spanish (p. 348-360)
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Matloob, M.H. (2003)Trace element concentrations in khat were investigated as they can disturb trace element levels in the body. Cadmium [Cd], lead [Pb], copper [Cu] and zinc [Zn] levels in khat and 6 leafy vegetables commonly consumed in the Republic of Yemen were determined by differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetry after wet digestion of the organic matter. Khat had significantly higher concentrations of Cu and Zn than did the leafy vegetables, but similar amounts of Cd and Pb. The average daily intake of khat consumers of Cd, Pb, Cu and Zn from khat only ...