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MineralsSlides1 - Minerals 3.5 1 2 ELEMENTS SALTS(IONS ~ 32...

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1 1 Minerals 2 3.5% 3 ~ 32% 4 MgSO 4 epson salts ++ ++ + ELEMENTS SALTS (IONS)
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2 5 Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 CaCO 3 + CO 2 + H 2 O ++ ++ + limestone 6 NaCl table salt ++ ++ + 7 dolomite HgS 8 Vermillion = HgS
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3 9 10 11 ELEMENTS 12 Dimitri Mendeleev
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4 13 SALTS-(IONS) charged species 14 nucleus PROTON PROTON- # determines element 15 Na + 2 H 2 O Æ NaOH + H 2 16
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5 17 Br 2( l ) + 2K (s) Æ BANG Æ 2KBr Ionic Bonding 18 sodium/hydrocarbon 19 Br 2 K 20 K + Br - Crystalline solid
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6 21 22 e 7 e 23 stable octets Na + Cl - ions 8 e 24 stable octets Na + Cl - ions such ions conduct electricity 8 e
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7 25 26 Uyuni salt flats 27 28 150/100 = high normal HYPERTENSION
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8 29 30 potatoes have more potassium K + Cl - 31 Na + K + 32 Grams Protein 100 Fat 150 Carbohydrate 200 Remember – micro nutrients are about 1- 2 g/day
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9 33 macro - micronutrients 34 MOLYBDENUM Mo +6 ~ 2 mg/d ~ 2000 µ g/d nuts, canned vegetables, bread, cereals 35 MOLYBDENUM Mo +6 Essential component of enzymes xanthine enzymes remove uric acid 36 IRON Fe 2+ 2 - 4 grams in the body 10 - 20 mg/day
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10 37 Iron problems * iron deficiency anemia * Hemochromatosis (genetic) body absorbs abnormal amounts of iron google.com - CDC Centre for Disease Control 38 Iron problems * iron deficiency anemia * Hemochromatosis (genetic) body absorbs abnormal amounts of iron – stored in the heart, liver, pancreas and joints Heart and liver disease, diabetes and arthritis 39 hemoglobin O 2 40 iron is best absorbed with vitamin C Vitamin C assists in the absorption from the gastrointestinal tract
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