alexa A Feasibility Study of NIR Spectra in Identifying Heavy Metal Contamination in Rice Around Abandoned Tailing Ponds: A Case Study in Guiyang County in South China

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A Feasibility Study of NIR Spectra in Identifying Heavy Metal Contamination in Rice Around Abandoned Tailing Ponds: A Case Study in Guiyang County in South China

Food contamination caused by environmental pollution is more and more serious in China, which resulted in the concerning on public health and transferring food security from food quantity to food quality. In China, farmland about 10 per cent of the total cultivated land was polluted due to environmental pollution, which caused more than 12 million tons of grain contaminated by heavy metal.

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https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/a-feasibility-study-of-nir-spectra-in-identifying-heavy-metal-contamination-in-rice-around-abandoned-tailing-ponds-a-case-study-in-guiyang-county-in-south-china-2169-0049.1000112.php?aid=19005
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