Metal cyanogenicity or metal poisoning is the toxic impact of sure metals in sure forms and doses on life. Some metals are cyanogenic. Toxic metals interfere the metabolic process which leads to illness. Metals in oxidised form are harmful and toxic. The toxicity of heavy metals depends on a number of factors. Specific symptomatology varies according to the metal in question, the total dose absorbed, and whether the exposure was acute or chronic. The age of the person can also influence toxicity
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