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6Feb 1709

Environmental concerns related to high thallium levels in ...

2004-1-5 · Thallium shows the highest concentration in green cabbage, ranging from 120 to 495 mg/kg with an average of 338 mg/kg, whereas only 0.4 mg/kg has been detected in cabbage from the background area. However, Tl shows lower concentrations (15–32 mg/kg) in the early growing stage of the green cabbage.

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9Feb 738

Detection of Dimethyl Thallium in Water Samples

2017-10-2 · Detection of dimethyl thallium in water samples at low concentration levels To date, the occurrence of dimethyl thallium cation Me 2 Tl – an organic species of thallium – in marine ecosystems ...

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24Feb 1346

Environmental concerns related to high thallium levels in ...

Thallium (Tl) contamination in soils poses a significant threat to human health due to the high toxicity of Tl and its ready assimilation by crops. This study is focused on high concentrations of Tl in soils in the Lanmuchang area of southwest Guizhou, China, which is related to natural processes of …

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7Feb 808

Direct Determination of Thallium in Water by Pre ...

2021-5-12 · Compared with direct analysis and pre-concentration by co-precipitation analysis with GFAAS, the developed method has lower detection limits, which is nearly the same level as that of ICP-MS. The detection limits obtained show the capability of the PinAAcle 900H AA spectrometer to measure ultra-trace levels of thallium in water samples.

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19Feb 1039

Presence of thallium in the environment: sources of ...

Increased levels of thallium are found in vegetables, fruit and farm animals. Thallium is toxic even at very low concentrations and tends to accumulate in the environment once it enters the food chain. Thallium and thallium-based compounds exhibit higher water solubility compared to …

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7Feb 722

Arsenic, Antimony, Chromium, and Thallium Speciation in ...

2014-12-13 · Thallium is very common in the environment even though it usually occurs at very low concentration levels. The mean thallium concentration in the Earth crust is 0.3–0.5 mg/kg. Its content in soils is 0.02–2.8 mg/kg and depends on the …

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7Feb 928

(PDF) Thallium Toxicity in Humans

2010-3-1 · Thallium (Tl) is released into the environment, where is present at very low levels, from both natural and anthropogenic sources. Tl is considered as one of the most toxic heavy metals; it is a ...

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15Feb 1747

Thallium :: Washington State Department of Health

Thallium concentration in urine gives information about a person''s recent exposure to thallium. Higher urine concentrations generally indicate more exposure. The percentiles (50, 75, 90 and 95) refer to the proportion of the sample that had a urine concentration below a certain level. For example, a 75 th percentile of 3.14 µg/L means that ...

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14Feb 1905

Thallium: Systemic Agent | NIOSH | CDC

Thallium blood concentration levels are normal below 2 µg/L, and toxic at concentrations greater than 200 µg/L. DELAYED EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE: Long-term effects of thallium exposure can include difficulty walking, various involuntary movement disorders, and impairment of thought and mood. Neurological damage resolves slowly and may be permanent.

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22Feb 1397

Presence of thallium in the environment: sources of ...

2016-10-26 · The concentration of thallium in lower clay levels ranged from 0.14 to 35.1 mg kg −1. Samples collected from quaternary loess rocks contained 0.20–1.03 mg kg −1 of thallium. Notably high concentrations of thallium with a median value of 22.9 mg kg −1 were determined in samples of topsoil from waste heaps.

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27Feb 1108

UPTAKE OF THALLIUM BY VEGETABLES: ITS …

2019-9-14 · thallium levels (watercress, radish, turnip and green cabbage) were all Brassicaceous plants, followed by the Chenopods beet and spinach. At a thallium concentration of 0.7mg/kg in the soil only green bean, tomato, onion, pea and lettuce would be safe for human consumption. At 3.7mg/kg thallium, only green bean

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6Feb 939

Thallium concentrations in seawater

Measurements of the concentration of thallium in seawater collected from numerous ocean locations ranged from 12 to 16 ng kg −1.Variations between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, between the northern and southern hemispheres of the Pacific Ocean, and between surface and deep waters of both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans were comparable with the precision of the …

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13Feb 930

Presence of thallium in the environment: sources of ...

2016-10-26 · Thallium is released into the biosphere from both natural and anthropogenic sources. It is generally present in the environment at low levels; however, human activity has greatly increased its content. Atmospheric emission and deposition from industrial sources have resulted in increased concentrations of thallium in the vicinity of mineral smelters and coal …

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17Feb 888

A.mblent Water Quality Criteria for Thallium

2021-6-25 · occurs at concentrations as low as 20 ug/l after 2,600 hours of exposure. The available data for thallium indicate that acute toxicity to salt­ water aauatic 1ife occurs at concentrations as low as 2,130 ugH and woul d occur at lower concentrations among species that are more sensitive than those tested.

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17Feb 1511

Thallium levels and bioaccumulation in environmental ...

Thallium contents, expressed as dry weight (d.w.), varied from < 0.001 to 6.8 μgg-1 in crop plants, from 0.295 to 8.3 μgg-1 in algae, and between 0.010 and 0.501 μgg -1 in plant samples (2-10 times the level normally found in plants, 0.05 μgg-1 dry wt). Dissolved Tl concentrations in rivers were found to be 6 to 120 ngL-1. In the current ...

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2Feb 1010

Northwest China Reports Thallium Pollution in Yangtze ...

2021-1-27 · Environmental authorities in Lüeyang County, Shaanxi province, discovered excessive levels of thallium in two of the Jialing River''s upstream tributaries on Jan. 20, according to a statement Monday. The concentration of thallium that day was 170% higher than the standard for Qingni River, one of the upstream tributaries bordering Gansu province.

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7Feb 741

Clinical characteristics and treatment of thallium ...

2021-6-30 · The median blood thallium concentration of all patients treated with blood purification treatment was 696 (IQR, 293.5–1098.3) ng/ml. Among the early admission patients, seven were given a blood purification treatment based on PB and symptomatic supportive therapy, and the blood thallium concentration of these patients at admission was 1009 ...

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13Feb 1821

Thallium | Tl

Thallium is a naturally occurring trace metalloid element with atomic symbol Tl, atomic number 81, and atomic weight 204.383. Thallium is used in manufacturing, as well as in some chemical reactions and medical procedures. Use as a pesticide has been banned in the United States due to toxicity from accidental exposure. It is characterized as an odorless, bluish-white, metallic …

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29Feb 1761

Thallium triacetate | C2H4O2Tl

The testes lost thallium more rapidly than the kidney and heart. Brain contained significantly lower levels of thallium than all other organs examined. No significant differences were noted in thallium concentration between the various brain regions. Peak concentration of thallium in the cortex was attained at 1 to 2 days after injection. All ...

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26Feb 1586

Method for the removal of thallium

1994-4-22 · These concentration levels are significantly lowered by the manganese dioxide sludge addition, and the lower pH values favour the thallium removal. Further, ferric ion concentration has no effect on the thallium removal. Though the thallium removal is almost completed 20 minutes after the addition of the manganese dioxide sludge, it is further ...

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20Feb 962

Thallium in the Environment and Health Effects | …

Thallium is present in the natural environment in low concentration, being found most frequently in the sulphide ores of a number of heavy metals. Atmospheric emission and deposition from industrial sources has resulted in raised levels in the vicinity of mineral smelters, coal burning power plants, brick works and cement plants. In contaminated areas, raised levels are found in …

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3Feb 820

thallium concentration levels

Thallium PIM 525 ipcs inchem. Thallium is a chemical element with symbol Tl and atomic number 81 This soft gray power plants and metal sewers The main source of elevated thallium concentrations in water is the leaching of thallium from ore processing operationsThallium interacts with cells at different levels with prominent ultrastructural injuries in the mitochondria …

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26Feb 1484

Comparison of urinary thallium levels in non ...

2017-8-26 · factors affecting urinary thallium concentration and the efficacy of creatinine correction for the determination of urinary thallium. Results The reference background urinary thallium level is 0.27 lmol/mol creatinine (creatinine-corrected) or 0.40 lg/l (uncorrected). Median values were 0.11 lmol/mol creatinine or 0.17 lg/l for non ...

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10Feb 790

Analytica | Free Full-Text | Thallium: A Polluting Metal ...

Accuracy of the analytical procedure for the determination of Tl(I). The determined values are the mean of five independent determinations. Confidence level: 95%. Concentrations in µg kg −1. Spiked sample concentration for all the elements: 49.6 µg kg −1. The ratio of Tl to other analytes was the same as in Figure 2.

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14Feb 1218

Determination of thallium at trace levels by electrolyte ...

The detection limit of thallium for coal fly ash has been found to be 134 ng g −1. Determinations of spiked thallium at trace levels in ground water samples are carried out by ELCAD-AES and HR-CS-AAS and the results are in agreement …

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10Feb 510

Thallium concentrations in seawater

1985-3-1 · Thallium concentrations in seawater, Mar. Chem., 15: 327--331. Measurements of the concentration of thallium in seawater collected from numerous ocean locations ranged from 12 to 16 ng kg-1. Variations between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, between the northern and southern hemispheres of the Pacific Ocean, and between surface and deep waters ...

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30Feb 1805

Variability and exposure classification of urinary levels ...

2017-12-21 · Arsenic, cadmium and lead are well-known toxic metals, and there are substantial studies on variability of these metals in urine to optimize design of exposure assessment. For urinary levels of ...

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8Feb 1248

Thallium poisoning | DermNet NZ

Follow-up – measure thallium concentrations in the blood and urine 3 times per week to confirm a decreasing trend. Prussian blue treatment should be continued until the 24-hour urine thallium concentration returns to the reference range (0-5 mcg/d). Early diagnosis and treatment of thallium poisoning is the key to a favourable recovery.

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