Fluorine : chemistry, analysis, function and effects by Victor R Preedy (ed.)

By Victor R Preedy (ed.)

Fluorine is better recognized for its function within the prevention of cavities and in enhancing oral and bone well-being even though both there are literally thousands of humans all over the world struggling with dental fluorosis because of power publicity to excessive degrees of fluoride in consuming water. This quantity, written via top researchers during this zone, examines the positives and negatives of fluorine and its results on people for instance fluoride-induced oxidative rigidity within the liver, results of fluoride on insulin and combating fluoride toxicity. tremendous valuable for underpinning cross-disciplinary fluorine learn, this ebook presents a desirable perception for people with an curiosity within the healthiness and dietary sciences

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