Detection of some metallic elements In aluminum utensils used in cooking food
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In this research, commonly used aluminum utensils were selected from the local markets
In which distilled water was boiled and ions removed from it, and other utensils where distilled water was boiled
From which ions are removed, citric acid is added to it at a rate of 1 g / 2500 ml for several times.
ranged from 15 to 90 minutes; Then the percentage and quantity of some mineral elements were measured.
The obtained results showed the presence of a number of metallic elements in the boiled liquid
In the aluminum utensils under study, to which citric acid was added, while the liquid that was left was cleared
It was boiled with pyrex pots of metal elements; It also showed an increase in proportions
The presence of metallic elements that were detected by increasing the heating period with the presence of acid
They are iron, copper, cadmium and aluminum, but all samples were devoid of any element
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