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Determination of cadmium, chromium, lead and vanadium in six fish species from the Adriatic Sea


Determination of cadmium, chromium, lead and vanadium in six fish species from the Adriatic Sea



Food Additives and Contaminants 20(6): 543-552



ISSN/ISBN: 0265-203X

PMID: 12881127

DOI: 10.1080/0265203031000069797

Concentrations of cadmium, chromium, lead and vanadium were determined in samples of six fish species collected along the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The concentrations of the elements studied were generally low, often below the detection limits of the analytical methods.

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