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    Robert R. Brooks
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    0849361648
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (April 6, 1992)
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    416 pages
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The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 is concerned with the analytical chemistry of noble metals and includes a description of the latest methods of analysis. Part 2 describes such topics as ecology and environmental scie Noble Metals and Biological Systems examines the relationship between noble metals (gold, silver, and platinum group metals) and biological systems. The book is divided into three parts.

To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. or. Download to your computer. The Analytical Chemistry of the Noble Metals (. Ecology and Environmental Science of Noble Metals. Part 2 describes such topics as ecology and environmental science of noble metals as they pertain to biogeochemical exploration, noble metals in hair, the environmental geochemistry of palladium, microorganisms and noble metals, animals and noble metals, and a general survey of noble metals in the environment. Biogeochemical Exploration for Deposits of the Noble Metals (.

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Part 2 describes such topics as ecology and environmental science of noble metals as they pertain to biogeochemical exploration, noble metals in hair, the environmental geochemistry of palladium, microorganisms and noble metals, animals and noble metals, and a general survey of noble metals in the environment.

Noble Metals and Biological Systems: Their Role in Medicine, Mineral Exploration, and the Environment. London: Prion Books Limited 1999 159 pages. p. 181. ISBN 9780849361647. Craddock, Paul T. Early Metal Mining and Production. Smithsonian Institution Press 1995.

Noble Metals and Biological Systems examines the relationship between noble metals (gold, silver, and platinum group metals) and biological systems.

their role in medicine, mineral exploration, and the environment. Published 1992 by CRC Press in Boca Raton. There's no description for this book yet. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Noble metals are valued for use in jewelry, coinage, electronics, medicine, and chemistry as catalysts. Brooks, Robert . ed. (1992). Noble Metals and Biological Systems: Their Role in Medicine, Mineral Exploration, and the Environment. Boca Raton, F. CRC Press. What Are the Noble Metals? The noble metals are a group of metals that resist oxidation and corrosion in moist air. The noble metals are not easily attacked by acids. They are the opposite of the base metals, which more readily oxidize and corrode. Which Metals Are Noble Metals? There is more than one list of noble metals Brooks, Robert .

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Metal nanoparticles have many potential technological applications. Brooks RR (1992) Noble metals and biological systems; their role in medicine, mineral exploration, and the environment. CRC, Boca RatonGoogle Scholar. Biological routes to the synthesis of these particles have been proposed including production by vascular plants, known as phytoextraction. While many studies have looked at metal uptake by plants, particularly with regard to phytoremediation and hyperaccumulation, few have distinguished between metal deposition and metal salt accumulation. Brooks RR, Chambers MF, Nicks LJ, Robinson BH (1998) Phytomining.

Noble Metals and Biological Systems examines the relationship between noble metals (gold, silver, and platinum group metals) and biological systems. The book is divided into three parts.Part 1 is concerned with the analytical chemistry of noble metals and includes a description of the latest methods of analysis. Part 2 describes such topics as ecology and environmental science of noble metals as they pertain to biogeochemical exploration, noble metals in hair, the environmental geochemistry of palladium, microorganisms and noble metals, animals and noble metals, and a general survey of noble metals in the environment. Coverage is comprehensive and includes information regarding the use of dogs and termites as field assistants in mineral prospecting, as well as the fascinating story of the "gold bug", a microorganism that plates itself with gold. Part 3 is devoted entirely to noble metals in the treatment of disease and includes chapters describing the use of osmium and gold for arthritis treatment, silver as a bactericide, and platinum and ruthenium as anticancer agents. Noble Metals and Biological Systems will provide fascinating reading for applied geochemists, environmentalists, public health specialists, ecologists, microbiologists, clinical biochemists, oncologists, and specialists in rheumatic diseases.