Evaluation of nickel levels in wastewater , soil and vegetable samples grown along Kubanni stream channels in Zaria , Kaduna State , Nigeria

@inproceedings{Oladeji2017EvaluationON,
  title={Evaluation of nickel levels in wastewater , soil and vegetable samples grown along Kubanni stream channels in Zaria , Kaduna State , Nigeria},
  author={Solomon Oluwole Oladeji},
  year={2017}
}
Nickel occurs as a mixture of five natural stable isotopes with relative atomic masses of 58, 60, 61, 62 and 64. It is a constituent of most meteorites and its presence is one of the criteria used for identifying them (Wong, 1996). Nickel is used in a large number of alloys including stainless steel, other corrosion-resistant alloys, coins, nickel steel for armor plates, burglarproof vaults, vegetables-oils, ceramic and greenish glass, Al-Ni-Co magnets and Ni-Cd batteries and in the… CONTINUE READING

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