A market basket survey of inorganic arsenic in food.
The inhibition of marine nitrification by ocean disposal of carbon dioxide.
Determination of mercury in seawater at sub-nanogram per liter levels
Elevated arsenic concentrations in bivalves from the southeast coasts of the USA
Combustion-derived substances in deep basins of Puget Sound: historical inputs from fossil fuel and biomass combustion.
Changes in the chemical speciation of arsenic following ingestion by man.
- E. Crecelius
- Chemistry, Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Health Perspectives
- 1 August 1977
The concentrations of four chemical species of arsenic in urine were observed with time, after ingestion of three different chemicalspecies of arsenic, including arsenite-rich wine, arsenate-rich drinking water, and crab meat which contained organo-arsenic compounds.
Relationship between acid volatile sulfide and the toxicity of zinc, lead and copper in marine sediments
It has been proposed that acid volatile sulfide (AVS) is an important sediment phase for determining the toxicity of certain trace metals. By evaluating the ratio of the molar quantities of…
Airborne arsenic exposure and excretion of methylated arsenic compounds.
First void urine samples were collected from copper smelter workers exposed to inorganic arsenic and from unexposed controls and it was found that all of the subjects, including the controls excreted arsenic primarily as methylated species.
Tissue distribution and urinary excretion of inorganic arsenic and its methylated metabolites in C57BL6 mice following subchronic exposure to arsenate in drinking water.
Dietary Arsenic Intake in Taiwanese Districts with Elevated Arsenic in Drinking Water
Inorganic arsenic in dietary staples (i.e., yams and rice) may have substantially contributed to exposure and adverse health effects observed in an endemic Taiwanese population historically exposed…