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Arsenic in detergents: Possible danger and pollution hazard

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Abstract

Arsenic at a concentration of 10 to 70 parts per million has been detected in several common presoaks and household detergents. Arsenic values of 2 to 8 parts per billion have been measured in the Kansas River. These concentrations are close to the amount (10 parts per billion) recommended by the United States Public Health Service as a drinking-water standard.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Arsenic in detergents: Possible danger and pollution hazard
Series title Science
Volume 168
Issue 3929
Year Published 1970
Language English
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First page 389
Last page 390
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