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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of nickel speciation:
- nickel species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different nickel species
- distribution and fate of nickel species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of nickel species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of Ni
- Standards, rules and legislation related to nickel
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NIPERA: Non-Occupational exposure to Nickel
Nickel is ubiquitous and can be found in ambient air, water, food, and soil. Some of this nickel is naturally occurring; however, some is introduced into the environment as a result of human activit...

NIPERA: Non-Occupational exposure to Nickel
Nickel is ubiquitous and can be found in ambient air, water, food, and soil. Some of this nickel is naturally occurring; however, some is introduced into the environment as a result of human activit...

NIPERA: Occupational exposure to Nickel
Although exposure to specific forms of nickel differs among using and producing industries, the main exposure routes of toxicological relevance – inhalation and, to a lesser extent, skin conta...

NIPERA: Pharmacokinetics of Nickel Compounds
Factors of biological importance to nickel, its compounds, and alloys include solubility, chemical form (species), physical form (e.g., massive versus dispersible), particle size, surface area, conc...

NIPERA: Toxicity of Nickel: Metallic Nickel
Occupational exposure to metallic nickel can occur through a variety of sources. Most notable of these sources are metallurgical operations, including stainless steel manufacturing, nickel alloy pro...

NIPERA: Toxicity of Nickel: Nickel Alloys
Often there is a misconception that exposure to nickel-containing alloys is synonymous with exposure to metallic nickel. This is not true. Each type of nickel-containing alloy is a unique substance ...

NIPERA: Toxicity of Nickel: Nickel Carbonyl
Unlike other nickel species, nickel tetracarbonyl (commonly referred to as nickel carbonyl) can be found as a gas or as a volatile liquid. It is mainly found as an intermediate in the carbonyl proce...

NIPERA: Toxicity of Nickel: Soluble Nickel
Exposure to readily water soluble nickel salts occurs mainly during the electrolytic refining of nickel (producing industries) and in electroplating (using industries). Depending upon the processes ...

NIPERA: Toxicity of Nickel: Soluble Nickel: Oral Exposure
Unlike other species of nickel, oral exposure to soluble nickel occurs from drinking water and food. Data from both human and animal studies show that absorption of nickel from food and water is gen...

OEHHA: Chronic Toxicity Summary: Nickel
Office of the Environmental Health Hazards Assessment: Toxicity of Nickel and Nickel Compounds...

OSHA Method 1006: Arsenic, Cadmium, Cobalt, Copper, Lead, and Nickel
This method describes the collection and subsequent analysis of airborne metal and metalloid particulates by ICP-MS. It provides rapid preparation of samples collected on MCE filters, and simulta...

OSHA Method ID-121: Metal & Metalloid Particulates In Workplace Atmospheres (Atomic Absorption)
1. Introduction This method can determine the amount of specific metal and metalloid particulates in the workplace atmosphere. The airborne particulates are collected on filters using calibrated s...

OSHA: Hazard Recognition -Toxic Metals
U.S. Department of Labor - Occupational Safety & Health Administration Toxic metals, including "heavy metals," are individual metals and metal compounds that negatively affect people's ...

RAIS: Toxicity Summary for NICKEL AND NICKEL COMPOUNDS
JULY 1995 Prepared by: Robert A. Young, Ph.D., D.A.B.T., Chemical Hazard Evaluation Group, Biomedical and Environmental Information Analysis Section, Health Sciences Research Division, Oak Ridge...

Safe Use of Nickel in the Workplace: Pharmacokinetics of Nickel Compounds
4. PHARMACOKINETICS OF NICKEL COMPOUNDS 4.1 INTAKE4.2 ABSORPTION4.2.1 RESPIRATORY TRACT DEPOSITION, ABSORPTION AND RETENTION4.2.2 DERMAL ABSORPTION4.2.3 GASTROINTESTINAL ABSORPTION4.3 DISTRIBUT...



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