Human exposure to aluminum.


Aluminum is the third most abundant element in nature, accounting for nearly 8% of the Earth's crust. Because of its chemical activity, aluminum is not found naturally in its "free", or metallic, state. However, in its ionic or combined forms, aluminum is a truly ubiquitous element.Because of the widespread use of metallic aluminum in cooking and packaging… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01734050


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@article{Epstein1990HumanET, title={Human exposure to aluminum.}, author={Samuel Epstein}, journal={Environmental geochemistry and health}, year={1990}, volume={12 1-2}, pages={65-70} }