Hair mercury levels of residents in China, Indonesia, and Japan

Feng, Qiuyang; Suzuki, Yasuo; Hisashige, Akinori
January 1998
Archives of Environmental Health;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
Provides information on a study which analyses the total mercury and methylmercury levels in hair samples obtained from a number of residents in Harbin, China, Medan, Indonesia and Tokushima in Japan. Discussion on the whether mercury levels in hair differed among different study areas; Total mercury level for each area; Which country had the highest mercury level; Methods and materials used in the study; Results from the study.


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