A History Of Industrial Chemistry by F. Sherwood Taylor

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N/a As a trace element, copper is essential Widely distributed within the environment, for health. , and by natural (hepatic cirrhosis, brain damage, decay of vegetation and forest fires. Most renal disease and copper deposition copper compounds will bind to water in the cornea). Soluble copper sediment or soil particles. Water-soluble compounds pose the greatest risk to copper compounds are generally released human health. into the environment as a result of agricultural uses. Cadmium can be found in the environment from the weathering of rocks, volcanoes and forest fires, though much is of anthropomorphic origin.

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5 for damage to the brain and nervous bivalve system. There is no evidence for a molluscs. threshold of critical lead-induced effects. n/a Manganese poisoning affects mainly the respiratory tract and the brain, leading to hallucinations, memory loss and nerve damage. Being an essential element, deficiency can also cause problems. Toxicity Manganese is widely distributed in the environment and is one out of the three toxic essential elements. Main sources include grains, soya beans, eggs, nuts, olive oil, green beans and oysters, with spinach, tea and herbs being particularly important.

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