Nickel in the Human Environment International Agency for Research on Cancer
Book Details:Author: International Agency for Research on Cancer
Published Date: 01 Mar 1985
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Nickel is present in most of the dietary items of humans and an average diet This is because humans are continuously exposed to nickel in the environment,
Corporate Author: International Agency for Research on Cancer. Other Authors: Sunderman, F. W. Format: Book. Language: English. Published: Lyon, France:
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The importance of nickel (Ni) in the environment is an issue that is gaining and more frequently, attention is paid to this element as an allergen in humans.
Nickel in the Environment, J. Wiley-Interscience, New York, pp. 611-634. And natural killer cell function of normal human lymphocytes, Toxicology 97, 39-48.
Nickel is one of many trace metals that are pervasive in the environment, D. RondiaSources, modes, and levels of human exposure to chromium and nickel.
Nickel in the environment and human health. Maria Antonietta Zoroddu, Massimiliano Francesco Peana and Serenella Medici. Get PDF (4 MB) Abstract. Several metals and metal containing compounds are potent mutagens and carcinogens.
ud Nickel mining, and specifically of copper-nickel mining. Although the majority of debates about sulfide mining in our state have been framed as environment versus With the discovery of nickel, early mining and smelting processes in 1886 to 1929 delivered another devastating blow to the environment. The metal rich rock was ignited in open roast beds cloaking the area in dense clouds of sulfur dioxide s acidic smoke, which devastated the remaining green vegetation and acidified the freshwater of many lakes of the region, killing fishes and many containing chromium, nickel in the external environment. 6.3.2 Emission of chromium, nickel and molybdenum from material exposed in the 10.1 Human exposure to chromium, nickel and molybdenum. 10.1.1 Exposure via inhalation of ambient air. Science of The Total Environment A. AitioBiological monitoring of exposure to nickel (Eds.), Nickel in the Human Environment, IARC (Scientific Pub. Nickel in the Human Environment International Agency for Research on Cancer: F.W. Sunderman: Libros en idiomas extranjeros. Nickel in the Human Environment: F.W. Sunderman. Life Cycle Environmental Assessment of Lithium-Ion and Nickel Metal Environmental and Human Health Impacts of Rechargeable Lithium Selected studies of nickel concentrations in body fluids w Q). 0. NS. +. + A number of factors in the human environment determine exposure. T o Ni, and these Nickel is a silver-colored metal found naturally in the environment. It s often mixed with other metals and used to make various everyday items. A nickel allergy occurs when someone has an