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Experimental studies on the heavy metal content of beer



Experimental studies on the heavy metal content of beer



Aktuelle Ernahrungsmedizin 9(5): 192-194



Metals were estimated by atomic absorption spectrophotometry in 27 double samples of canned or bottled beer of different types, nearly all German. Mean values per litre were for copper 0.19 mg and for chromium, mercury, cadmium and lead 39.0, less than 1, 1.1 and 13.7 mu g, based on, respectively, 52, 47, 10, 54 and 54 samples.

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