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Dietary intake of arsenic, mercury and selenium by children from a German North Sea island using duplicate portion sampling


Dietary intake of arsenic, mercury and selenium by children from a German North Sea island using duplicate portion sampling



Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology: Organ of the Society for Minerals and Trace Elements 17(2): 123-132



ISSN/ISBN: 0946-672X

PMID: 14531641

DOI: 10.1016/s0946-672x(03)80008-1

The dietary intake of arsenic, selenium and mercury was studied for children living on the North Sea island Amrum, Germany. Altogether, 98 duplicate portions were collected from 14 children (age 1.5-5.5 years) in April and May 1995 over a sampling period of 7 days, respectively. The element concentrations in duplicate samples were measured by atomic absorption spectrometry.

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