"Comparative Study of Lead Removal by Extracts of Spinach, Coffee, and Tea"
written by Nichole Lathan, Shelby Edwards, Charne Thomas, Lovell Agwaramgbo,
published by Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.4 No.3, 2013
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