Lead: Its Effects on Environment and Health - Metal Ions in Life Sciences 17
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Lead: Its Effects on Environment and Health - Metal Ions in Life Sciences 17

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This book from the outstanding series Metal Ions in Life Sciences covers everything from biogeochemistry of lead, its release into the environment due to the wide variety of products produced that contain lead, and its uptake in biological systems. A thorough description about the latest knowledge on lead bioinorganic chemistry, its speciation and its determination is given by an international team of authors.

Publisher: De Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110434347
Number of pages: 556
Dimensions: 240 x 170 mm

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