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Element

Element Abundances in Human Kidney

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Carbon

670×103 ppm

Oxygen

160×103 ppm

Hydrogen

93×103 ppm

Nitrogen

72×103 ppm

Chlorine

12×103 ppm

Sodium

10×103 ppm

Sulfur

9×103 ppm

Potassium

8×103 ppm

Phosphorus

7×103 ppm

Magnesium

630 ppm     

Calcium

  360 ppm to 820 ppm  

Iron

  170 ppm to 710 ppm  

Zinc

200 ppm     

Cadmium

   18 ppm to 310 ppm  

Silicon

   14 ppm to 200 ppm  

Germanium

 40 ppm     

Rubidium

   17 ppm to 52 ppm   

Bromine

   16 ppm to 30 ppm   

Copper

 16 ppm     

Aluminum

  1.5 ppm to 27 ppm   

Mercury

  0.3 ppm to 12 ppm   

Fluorine

 0.04 ppm to 10 ppm   

Lead

  1.2 ppm to 6.8 ppm  

Manganese

  3.3 ppm   

Tin

 0.68 ppm to 4.4 ppm  

Chromium

 0.05 ppm to 4.7 ppm  

Molybdenum

  0.9 ppm to 3.1 ppm  

Selenium

  0.4 ppm to 3.5 ppm  

Boron

  0.9 ppm to 2.6 ppm  

Nickel

  0.6 ppm to 1.8 ppm  

Titanium

  1 ppm     

Strontium

 0.15 ppm to 1.5 ppm  

Arsenic

0.007 ppm to 1.5 ppm  

Barium

 0.04 ppm to 1 ppm    

Cobalt

0.035 ppm to 0.31 ppm 

Iodine

  0.15 ppm  

Silver

0.005 ppm to 0.26 ppm 

Antimony

0.026 ppm to 0.22 ppm 

Zirconium

0.066 ppm to 0.09 ppm 

Tellurium

  0.07 ppm  

Niobium

 0.04 ppm to 0.07 ppm 

Cesium

0.028 ppm to 0.049 ppm

Lithium

0.016 ppm to 0.044 ppm

Vanadium

  0.03 ppm  

Uranium

0.009 ppm to 0.024 ppm

Gold

  0.014 ppm 

Lanthanum

  0.013 ppm 

Cerium

  0.013 ppm 

Thallium

  0.013 ppm 

Gallium

  0.004 ppm 

Yttrium

 <0.0007 ppm

Beryllium

  0.0002 ppm

Radium

6×10-9 ppm

Element

Abundances by Element Name in Human Kidney

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Aluminum

  1.5 ppm to 27 ppm   

Antimony

0.026 ppm to 0.22 ppm 

Arsenic

0.007 ppm to 1.5 ppm  

Barium

 0.04 ppm to 1 ppm    

Beryllium

  0.0002 ppm

Boron

  0.9 ppm to 2.6 ppm  

Bromine

   16 ppm to 30 ppm   

Cadmium

   18 ppm to 310 ppm  

Calcium

  360 ppm to 820 ppm  

Carbon

670×103 ppm

Cerium

  0.013 ppm 

Cesium

0.028 ppm to 0.049 ppm

Chlorine

12×103 ppm

Chromium

 0.05 ppm to 4.7 ppm  

Cobalt

0.035 ppm to 0.31 ppm 

Copper

 16 ppm     

Fluorine

 0.04 ppm to 10 ppm   

Gallium

  0.004 ppm 

Germanium

 40 ppm     

Gold

  0.014 ppm 

Hydrogen

93×103 ppm

Iodine

  0.15 ppm  

Iron

  170 ppm to 710 ppm  

Lanthanum

  0.013 ppm 

Lead

  1.2 ppm to 6.8 ppm  

Lithium

0.016 ppm to 0.044 ppm

Magnesium

630 ppm     

Manganese

  3.3 ppm   

Mercury

  0.3 ppm to 12 ppm   

Molybdenum

  0.9 ppm to 3.1 ppm  

Nickel

  0.6 ppm to 1.8 ppm  

Niobium

 0.04 ppm to 0.07 ppm 

Nitrogen

72×103 ppm

Oxygen

160×103 ppm

Phosphorus

7×103 ppm

Potassium

8×103 ppm

Radium

6×10-9 ppm

Rubidium

   17 ppm to 52 ppm   

Selenium

  0.4 ppm to 3.5 ppm  

Silicon

   14 ppm to 200 ppm  

Silver

0.005 ppm to 0.26 ppm 

Sodium

10×103 ppm

Strontium

 0.15 ppm to 1.5 ppm  

Sulfur

9×103 ppm

Tellurium

  0.07 ppm  

Thallium

  0.013 ppm 

Tin

 0.68 ppm to 4.4 ppm  

Titanium

  1 ppm     

Uranium

0.009 ppm to 0.024 ppm

Vanadium

  0.03 ppm  

Yttrium

 <0.0007 ppm

Zinc

200 ppm     

Zirconium

0.066 ppm to 0.09 ppm 

Reference    (Click the button next to a value above to see complete citation information for that entry)

Bowen, H. J. M. Environmental Chemistry of the Elements. London: Academic Press, Inc., 1979.