publication . Other literature type . Report . 2011

Risk Assessment Of Human Intake Nickel From Food, Feed And Water In Slovak Republic

Bobcek, Rastislav;
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  • Published: 08 Nov 2011
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
Nickel is a metal which is found in nature in the form of compounds with sulfur, arsenic and oxygen. Located in water and many foods (eg offal, soya, various fruits and vegetables, chocolate, cocoa, various kinds of nuts in foods in nickel cans ...). People receive food small amount of nickel, which is necessary for his health. It occurs in soil, air gets influence of volcanic activity. It is used in many alloys and chemical compounds. The main source of human exposure is contaminated food and drinking water. Direct contact with skin and breathe in when using products containing nickel could also impact of human exposure. The most common symptom of the negative ...
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: food and beveragesinorganic chemicalsdigestive, oral, and skin physiology
free text keywords: Slovakia, Opinion, nickel, trace elements, metal, http://id.agrisemantics.org/gacs/C4343, http://id.agrisemantics.org/gacs/C1697, http://id.agrisemantics.org/gacs/C5274
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