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Urban Airborne Lead: X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Establishes Soil as Dominant Source

By Nicholas E. Pingitore, Juan W. Clague, Maria A. Amaya, Beata Maciejewska and Jesús J. Reynoso
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