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of or being a nonmetallic element that has some of the properties of metal

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Total elemental concentrations of [PM.sub.2.5] metals and metalloids, including titanium (Ti), manganese (Mn), iron (Fe), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn), aluminum (Al), lead (Pb), silicon (Si), calcium (Ca), sodium (Na), and potassium (K), were analyzed from the daily [PM.sub.2.5] filters using X-ray fluorescence.
Bortey-Sam and coauthors (2015) assessed the health risk associated with HMs and metalloids in borehole drinking water in Tarkwa, Ghana.
Kocar, "Biogeochemical processes controlling the cycling of arsenic in soils and sediments," in Biophysico-Chemical Processes of Heavy Metals and Metalloids in Soil Environments, pp.
Since herbal teas are often produced in countries where both soil and air are increasingly contaminated, these products may be tainted with metallic and metalloid elements.
Phytoremediation of Soils Contaminated with Metals and Metalloids at Mining Areas: Potential of Native Flora, Environmental Risk Assessment of Soil Contamination, Dr.
Heavy metals (elements with a specific density >5 g [mL.sup.-1]; (Morris 1992)) and metalloids that occur in the input material for pyrolysis become concentrated during carbonization, because of volatilization of gaseous carbon products (syngases), and a corresponding mass loss of the residual solid material (Brown et al.
Uncommon heavy metals, metalloids and their plant toxicity: A review.
In the class of combustibles which I call metalloids, I use only the initial
Kizek, "Uncommon heavy metals, metalloids and their plant toxicity: A review," Environmental Chemistry Letters, vol.
Therefore, the fate of heavy metals, metalloids and pesticides in the soils of Bangladesh is not known.
They highlight the material's adsorption, transformation into low toxic forms, or degradation phenomena, and the adsorption and separation of hazardous dyes, organic pollutants, heavy metals, and metalloids from aqueous solutions.
The mean concentration of studied heavy metals and metalloids in drinking water also lies within the safe limit.
Mobility and bioavailability of heavy metals and metalloids in soil environments.
Alkaline-earth metal carbonates, alkaline-earth metal sulfates, metallic oxides, oxides of metalloids, and/or siloxanes particles of 10- to 70-nm size can be added without aggregation by extrusion at up to 15 wt% loading.
The forensic toxicologist told the court the metals or metalloids may have been ingested on one or more occasions.