15 kinds of toxic elements measured from a female child’s nail in Saitama

Following up this article ..8400 Bq/Kg of lead-210 was measured from sample of Yokohama

Toxic metal elements were measured from nails of a female child living in Saitama.

 


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Her mother took the sample of her daughter’s nail to a lab and this result was turned out on 1/14/2012.

 

15 kinds of toxic elements measured from a female child's nail in Saitama

 

15 kinds of toxic elements measured from a female child's nail in Saitama 2

 

Cobalt : 1.15 mg/kg

Lithium : 0.03 mg/kg

Strontium : 1.57 mg/kg

Aluminum  : 17.07 mg/kg

Antimony : 0.02 mg/kg

Arsenic-total : 0.12 mg/kg

Barium : 0.46 mg/kg

Bismuth : 0.07 mg/kg

Cadmium : 0.02 mg/kg

Lead : 0.55 mg/kg

Mercury : 0.84 mg/kg

Nickel : 1.62 mg/kg

Tin : 0.24 mg/kg

Titanium : 0.44 mg/kg

Zirconium : 0.02 mg/kg

 

In Chernobyl, the main problem might have been cesium, but in Fukushima, if you only focus on cesium, you’ll be misled. The main matter would be these metals and uranium.

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