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production from thermaly disintegrated excess sewage sludge and municipal solid waste , 2017, Wydawnictwo Instytutu Inżynierii Środowiska Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, ISBN: 9788393761999. 21. Niu Q., Qiao W., Qiang H., Li Y.Y.: Microbial community shifts and biogas conversion computation during steady, inhibited and recovered stages of thermophilic methane fermentation on chicken manure with a wide variation of ammonia. Bioresource Technolology, 146 (2013) 223-233. 22. Pobeheim H., Bernhard M., Johansson J., Guebitz G.: Influence of trace elements on methane formation

American Mineralogist, Volume 96, pages 274–282, 2011 0003-004X/11/0203–274$05.00/DOI: 10.2138/am.2011.3631 274 Improved electron probe microanalysis of trace elements in quartz John J. Donovan,1,* heather a. Lowers,2 anD Brian G. rusk3 1CAMCOR, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403, U.S.A. 2U.S. Geological Survey, MS 973, Denver, Colorado 80225, U.S.A. 3School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville QLD 4811, Australia aBstract Quartz occurs in a wide range of geologic environments throughout the Earth’s crust. The

Introduction The importance of trace elements to human health is well known. Whereas some of the discovered trace elements (e.g., copper, iodine, zinc, selenium, fluoride, manganese) have protective effects, others are toxic (e.g., cadmium, cobalt). A deficit of protective elements (most commonly due to insufficient intake or certain pathologies), as well as high exposure to toxic elements can lead to serious diseases, including osteoporosis. With regard to bone health, major attention was focused on the role of calcium and vitamin D intake. Although some trace


The trace elements balance is performed whenever the refinery processes a new type of oil. The goal of the balance is to find the distribution of the trace elements in the products and residues for the market. Also, the balance can warn about the accumulation of metals in the catalysts, this affecting their activity in time. This work presents the case study of a refinery processing a light and sulphurous oil with a medium concentration of trace elements. The study highlighted the following: the highest levels of concentration in feed and products are for Na and Si; in general, trace elements concentrate in heavier factions and residues and especially in the coke as a product or as deposited on calaysts; following the balance, heavy metals concentrate in the coke deposit on FCC catalyst in range of 53% for V to 83% for As; heavy metals concentrate in the gasoline hydrotreating catalyst in range of 7% for Ni to 87% for V.


Cod: 1564 MODERATE AND STRENUOUS EXERCISE TRAINING EFFECTS FOR CHROMIUM DISTRIBUTION IN THE BRAIN, LIVER AND SPLEEN TISSUE OF RATS M.B. Cekmen3, D. Ozsoy3, U.N. Gundogmus2, A. Inal1, C. Eraldemir3, H.M. Kir3, S. Kuskay3 1Baskent University, Istanbul Hospital, Tissue Typing Laboratories, Altunizade Istanbul, Turkey 2Forensic Medicine Institutions, Istanbul, Turkey 3Kocaeli University, Medical Faculty, Department of Biochemistry, Umuttepe Izmit, Kocaeli, Turkey BACKGROUND: Trace elements present at very low concentrations in body fluids and in tissue. Chromium

Trace Elements . Cornell University Library, arXiv:1703.04532 2017. 9. LINDON, J., TRANTER, G., KOPPENAAL, D. (eds.) 2010. Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry. 2nd edition. Oxford: Elsevier; Vol 3., pp. 2247–2252. ISBN 9780123744173.

. Schizophrenia: An update of the selenium deficiency hypothesis. J Orthomol Med. 1996; 11 (4): 211-222. 42. Tada K, Nogami Y, Nagashima M, Nagase T, Ishiwata H, Motegi Y, Ikeda M. Trace elements in the hair of schizophrenics. Biol Psychiatry. 1986; 21: 325-328. 43. Alertsen AR, Aukrust A, Skaug OE. Selenium concentrations in blood and serum from patients with mental diseases. Acta Psychiatr Scan. 1986; 74(2): 217-9. 44. Andrews RC. Unification of the findings in schizophrenia by reference to the effects of gestational zinc deficiency. Med Hypotheses. 1990; 31: 141-153. 45

fatty acid and mineral composition of selected cereal cultivars from Turkey. Rec. Nat. Prod. J., 9 (1), 124-134. Kashian, S., Fathivand, A. A. (2015). Estimated daily intake of Fe, Cu, Ca and Zn through common cereals in Tehran, Iran. Food Chem., 176, 193-196. Klavins, M., Vircavs, M. (2001). Metals in sediments of inland waters of Latvia. Boreal Environ. Res., 6 (4), 297-306. Lombardi-Boccia, G., Aguzzi, A., Cappelloni, M., Di Lullo, G., Lucarini, M. (2003). Total-diet study: Dietary intakes of macro elements and trace elements in Italy. Brit. J. Nutr., 90, 1117

65 Pure Appl. Chem., Vol. 78, No. 1, pp. 65–68, 2006. doi:10.1351/pac200678010065 © 2006 IUPAC 2nd IUPAC Symposium on Trace Elements in Food: An introduction* Torsten Berg‡ Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Mørkhøj Bygade 19, DK-2860 Søborg, Denmark Abstract: The 2nd IUPAC Symposium Trace Elements in Food (TEF-2) presented contribu- tions within a wide range of issues, from trace element bioavailability, toxicological and nu- tritional aspects of trace elements, to trace elements in fortified foods and in food supple- ments, discussed from both a

Bestimmung von Spurenelementen in menschlicher Haut Determination of Trace Elements in Human Skin H. Feuerstein und J. Oschinski Gesellschaft für Kernforschung mbH, Karlsruhe (Z. Naturforsch. 29 c, 414 — 416 [1974] ; eingegangen am 25. April 1974) Neutron Activation Analysis, Trace Elements, Human Skin, Gold Distribution The elements Cu, Ag, Au, Cr, Fe, Zn, As, Mo and W have been determined in human skin using the neutron activation technique. The values are compared to values published in the litera­ ture. The values are scattering over a wide range, leading