Arsenic and cadmium contents in Brazilian rice from different origins can vary more than two orders of magnitude
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Kato , L S , de Nadai Fernandes , E A , Raab , A , Bacchi , M A & Feldmann , J 2019 , ' Arsenic and cadmium contents in Brazilian rice from different origins can vary more than two orders of magnitude ' , Food Chemistry , vol. 286 , pp. 644-650 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2019.02.043
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