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Influence of culinary treatments of fish on its mercury content and speciation
  (Last Mod.:2018-07-07 / Rating: 5.066 )

Regulating Mercury Emissions from Power Plants: Will It Protect Our Health?
  (Last Mod.:2020-06-20 / Rating: 5.004 )

Is methyl mercury limiting the delight of seafood ? - To answer this question is a challenge for elemental speciation analysis
  (Last Mod.:2020-06-20 / Rating: 4.917 )

A short report from the speciation workshop TraceSpec 2009
  (Last Mod.:2020-06-29 / Rating: 4.754 )

Natural wetlands contribute significantly to elemental cycling by volatilization
  (Last Mod.:2018-07-07 / Rating: 4.747 )

Methylmercury in European rice varies by more than a factor of 50
  (Last Mod.:2016-08-03 / Rating: 4.724 )

New study investigates the interaction of thimerosal with proteins
  (Last Mod.:2020-06-27 / Rating: 4.717 )

Arsenic-Containing Phosphatidylcholines Discovered in Herring Caviar
  (Last Mod.:2018-07-07 / Rating: 4.716 )

Arsenic Speciation in Rice Cereals for Infants
  (Last Mod.:2019-08-15 / Rating: 4.712 )

New arsenic compounds found in herring
  (Last Mod.:2020-07-22 / Rating: 4.709 )

Arsenic species in rice: Origin, uptake and geographical variation
  (Last Mod.:2020-07-22 / Rating: 4.439 )













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