PMID: 7712341Feb 1, 1995Paper

Aluminium leaching from utensils--a kinetic study

International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition
K S Rao, G V Rao

Abstract

Aluminium leaching from low quality (Al-Pb alloy) and high quality (Al-Mn alloy) utensils by water has been studied under different conditions of pH, boiling time and NaF concentrations. High fluoride concentration and low pH were found to enhance the leaching of Al more from low quality utensils than from high quality utensils.

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