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Title: EVALUATION OF SOME HEAVY METAL RESIDUES IN WHOLE MILK POWDER USED AT CONFECTIONERY PLANTS REGARDING THEIR PUBLIC HEALTH SIGNIFICANCE
Authors: Medhat Ibrahim Mohamed Ibrahim Abdallah, Dr.
Keywords: EVALUATION OF SOME HEAVY METAL RESIDUES IN WHOLE MILK POWDER USED AT CONFECTIONERY PLANTS REGARDING THEIR PUBLIC HEALTH SIGNIFICANCE
Issue Date: May-2005
Abstract: The preliminary study was conducted to evaluate some heavy metal residues in whole milk powder which used at confectionery plants. Twenty random samples were collected from different plants at Damietta City. The collected samples were analyzed for determination of lead; cadmium; mercury; tin; copper and zinc by Perkin Elmer Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. Results obtained revealed that mean values of lead; cadmium and mercury were exceeded the permissible limits. While tin; copper and zinc were below the permissible limits. The public health significance of the obtained results was declared.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/17
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