PMID: 7993564Jun 1, 1994Paper

Determination of fluorine in biological materials: a review

Advances in Dental Research
P Venkateswarlu


This review on determination of fluorine in biological materials briefly covers (a) a discussion of various forms of fluorine in body fluids and tissues [and also in foods]; (b) methods of their determination, including pretreatment of samples, separation and concentration of F and its final measurement; (c) an evaluation of the analytical methods used and interpretation of results; and (d) some recommendations for future research in fluorine analytical methods applicable to biological materials.


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