FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF X-RAY FLUORESCENCE AS A METHOD FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF PLATINUM AND OTHER HEAVY METALS.

J. Dutton, C. J. Evans, Supian Samat, W. D. Morgan, A. Sivyer

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Abstract

There has recently been growing interest in various atomic and nuclear techniques for the measurement of elements in the body. This has arisen through the realisation that (a) clinically-important amounts of toxic elements can be absorbed as a result of low-level environmental exposure, and (b) important information about the nutritional status of a patient can be obtained from measurements of major body elements. In this paper the use of x-ray fluorescence for the in vivo detection of heavy metals - especially platinum, lead, and cadmium - is described.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in X-Ray Analysis
Place of PublicationNew York, NY, USA
PublisherPlenum Press
Pages145-154
Number of pages10
Volume28
ISBN (Print)0306419394
Publication statusPublished - 1985
Externally publishedYes

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Heavy metals
Platinum
Fluorescence
X rays
Cadmium
Lead

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Dutton, J., Evans, C. J., Samat, S., Morgan, W. D., & Sivyer, A. (1985). FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF X-RAY FLUORESCENCE AS A METHOD FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF PLATINUM AND OTHER HEAVY METALS. In Advances in X-Ray Analysis (Vol. 28, pp. 145-154). New York, NY, USA: Plenum Press.

FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF X-RAY FLUORESCENCE AS A METHOD FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF PLATINUM AND OTHER HEAVY METALS. / Dutton, J.; Evans, C. J.; Samat, Supian; Morgan, W. D.; Sivyer, A.

Advances in X-Ray Analysis. Vol. 28 New York, NY, USA : Plenum Press, 1985. p. 145-154.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Dutton, J, Evans, CJ, Samat, S, Morgan, WD & Sivyer, A 1985, FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF X-RAY FLUORESCENCE AS A METHOD FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF PLATINUM AND OTHER HEAVY METALS. in Advances in X-Ray Analysis. vol. 28, Plenum Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 145-154.
Dutton J, Evans CJ, Samat S, Morgan WD, Sivyer A. FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF X-RAY FLUORESCENCE AS A METHOD FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF PLATINUM AND OTHER HEAVY METALS. In Advances in X-Ray Analysis. Vol. 28. New York, NY, USA: Plenum Press. 1985. p. 145-154
Dutton, J. ; Evans, C. J. ; Samat, Supian ; Morgan, W. D. ; Sivyer, A. / FEASIBILITY STUDIES OF X-RAY FLUORESCENCE AS A METHOD FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF PLATINUM AND OTHER HEAVY METALS. Advances in X-Ray Analysis. Vol. 28 New York, NY, USA : Plenum Press, 1985. pp. 145-154
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