Arsenic and cadmium contents in Brazilian rice from different origins can vary more than two orders of magnitude

Lilian Seiko Kato (Corresponding Author), Elisabete A. de Nadai Fernandes, Andrea Raab, Márcio Arruda Bacchi, Joerg Feldmann (Corresponding Author)

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