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G. Ungureanu, S. Santos, R. Boaventura, C. Botelho, Arsenic and antimony in water and wastewater: Overview of removal techniques with special reference to latest advances in adsorption. J. Environ. Manage. 2015, 151, 326.

doi: 10.1016/J.JENVMAN.2014.12.051

Main topics:

- Sources and distribution in natural waters
- Chemistry, speciation and toxicity
- Arsenic and antimony removal from water/wastewater (XXX, XXXX, XXXX)

Number or pages: 17

Number of references: 210

References’ year of publication: 1972-2015 (median: 2010)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 05 January 2018): 84

A. Pierart, M. Shahid, N. Sejalon-Delmas, C. Dumat, Antimony bioavailability: Knowledge and research perspectives for sustainable agricultures. J. Hazard. Mater. 2015, 289, 219.

doi: 10.1016/J.JHAZMAT.2015.02.011

Main topics:

- Factors affecting Sb bioavailability
- Antimony bioaccumulation in edible plants
- Bioaccumulation in microorganisms and soil fauna
- Human health risks assessment

Number or pages: 16

Number of references: 162

References’ year of publication: 1983-2014 (median: 2010)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 05 January 2018): 28

H. Mubarak, L.-Y. Chai, N. Mirza, Z.-H. Yang, A. Pervez, M. Tariq, S. Shaheen, Q. Mahmood, Antimony (Sb) – pollution and removal techniques – critical assessment of technologies. Toxicol. Environ. Chem. 2015, 97, 1296.

doi: 10.1080/02772248.2015.1095549

Main topics:

- Oxidation and fixation
- Biological oxidation
- Phytoremediation
- Bioremediation
- Co precipitation, coagulation/flocculation_sedimentation_filtration
- Chemical oxidation
- Adsorption/sorption
- Electrolysis
- Soil flushing
- Entire soil washing

Number or pages: 23

Number of references: 154

References’ year of publication: 1980-2015 (median: 2008)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 05 January 2018): 6

U. Schwarz-Schampera, Antimony, in Critical Metals Handbook (Ed. G. Gunn) 2014, pp. 70–98 (British Geological Survey, Wiley).

Main topics:

- Abundance in the Earth
- Mineralogy
- Major deposit classes
- Extraction methods and processing
- Specifications
- Uses
- Recycling
- Substitution
- Resources and reserves
- Production
- Projects under development
- World trade
- Prices
- Environmental aspects

Number or pages: 19

Number of references: XX

References’ year of publication: XX-XX(median: XX)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 05 January 2018): --

Y. M. Nakamaru, J. Altansuvd, Speciation and bioavailability of selenium and antimony in non-flooded and wetland soils: A review. Chemosphere 2014, 111, 366.

doi: 10.1016/J.CHEMOSPHERE.2014.04.024

Main topics:

- Sb speciation and Eh-pH status
- Sb speciation and bioavailability in non-flooded and wetland soils
- Extraction of Sb in soil

Number or pages: 6

Number of references: 84

References’ year of publication: 1969-2013 (median: 1998.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 05 January 2018): 27

S. L. C. Ferreira, W. N. L. dos Santos, I. F. dos Santos, et al., Strategies of sample preparation for speciation analysis of inorganic antimony using hydride generation atomic spectrometry. Microchem. J. 2014, 114, 22.

doi: 10.1016/J.MICROC.2013.11.019

Main topics:

- Occurrence and use
- Antimony toxicity
- Antimony species
- Extraction procedures for speciation analysis of inorganic antimony
- Analytical techniques for speciation analysis of antimony
- Problems encountered in speciation analysis of inorganic antimony
- Strategies of sample preparation for antimony speciation: solid phase extraction, liquid–liquid extraction, cloud point , slurry sampling

Number or pages: 10

Number of references: 97

References’ year of publication: 1989-2014 (median: 2011)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 05 January 2018): 26

M. Filella, N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, Human exposure to antimony. IV. Contents in blood. Crit. Rev. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2013, 43, 2071.

doi: 10.1080/10643389.2013.790741

Main topics:

- Data compilation
- Methodological considerations
- Statistical aspects
- How much antimony in blood of unexposed humans?

Number or pages: 35

Number of references: 104

References’ year of publication: 1947-2013 (median: 1996)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 04 January 2018): 6

M. Filella, N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, Human exposure to antimony. III. Contents in some human excreted biofluids (urine, milk, saliva). Crit. Rev. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2013, 43, 204.

doi: 10.1080/10643389.2011.604257

Main topics:

- Human urine
- Human milk
- Othetr bofluids

Number or pages: 53

Number of references: 148

References’ year of publication: 1916-2013 (median: 1997)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 18 March 2017): 5

R. Feng, C. Wei, S. Tu, Y. Ding, R. Wang, J. Guo, The uptake and detoxification of antimony by plants: A review. Environ. Exp. Bot. 2013, 96, 28.

doi: 10.1016/J.ENVEXPBOT.2013.08.006

Main topics:

- Uptake of Sb by plants
- Antimony toxicity and detoxification in plants
- Speciation transformation of antimony in plants
- Rhizosphere effects that reduce Sb uptake by plants
- Reducing the toxicity of Sb in plants using additives

Number or pages: 7

Number of references: 60

References’ year of publication: 1979-2013 (median: 2009)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 18 March 2017): 25

M. C. He, X. Q. Wang, F. C. Wu, Z. Y. Fu, Antimony pollution in China. Sci. Total Environ. 2012, 421–422, 41.

doi: 10.1016/J.SCITOTENV.2011.06.009

Main topics:

- Potential sources of Sb pollution in China
- Abundance and distribution of Sb in Chinese soils
- Distribution of Sb in sediments from different areas in China
- The abundance and distribution of Sb in natural Chinese waters
- Antimony levels in plants
- Antimony levels in the atmosphere

Number or pages: 10

Number of references: 107

References’ year of publication: 1977-2011 (median: 2005)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 18 March 2017): 87

M. Filella, P. A. Williams, Antimony interactions with heterogeneous complexants in waters, sediments and soils: a review of binding data for homologous compounds. Chem. Erde 2012, 72, 49.

doi: 10.1016/J.CHEMER.2012.01.006

Main topics:

- Antimony—NOM binding
- Antimony—mineral particle interactions: sorption studies
- Antimony—mineral particle interactions:XAS

Number or pages: 17

Number of references: 97

References’ year of publication: 1974-2011 (median: 2004)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 18 March 2017): 14

M. Filella, N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, Human exposure to antimony. II. Contents in some human tissues often used in biomonitoring (hair, nails, teeth). Crit. Rev. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012, 42, 1058.

doi: 10.1080/10643389.2011.556540

Main topics:

- Hair
- Nails
- Teeth

Number or pages: 58

Number of references: 112

References’ year of publication: 1929-2011 (median: 1994.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 7

M. Filella, Antimony interactions with heterogeneous complexants in waters, sediments and soils: a review of data obtained in bulk samples. Earth Sci. Rev. 2011, 107, 325.

doi: 10.1016/J.EARSCIREV.2011.04.002

Main topics:

- Water, soil and sediment partition
- Size-based fractionation
- Bulk and fraction content correlations
- Single and sequential extractions in soils and sediments
- XAS

Number or pages: 17

Number of references: 118

References’ year of publication: 1961-2011 (median: 2003)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 16

N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, M. Filella, Human exposure to antimony I. Sources and intake. Crit. Rev. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2011, 41, 1309.

doi: 10.1080/10643381003608227

Main topics:

- xx

Number or pages: 66

Number of references: 299

References’ year of publication: 1928-2009 (median: 1996)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 19

S. C. Wilson, P. V. Lockwood, P. M. Ashley, M. Tighe, The chemistry and behaviour of antimony in the soil environment with comparisons to arsenic: a critical review. Environ. Pollut. 2010, 158, 1169.

doi: 10.1016/J.ENVPOL.2009.10.045

Main topics:

- Speciation in natural systems
- Concentrations in soil
- Soil retention mechanisms
- Phase associations

Number or pages: 13

Number of references: 156

References’ year of publication: 1933-2009 (median: 2001)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 194

C. Reimann, J. Matschullat, M. Birke, R. Salminen, Antimony in the environment: Lessons from geochemical mapping. Appl. Geochem. 2010, 25, 175.

doi: 10.1016/J.APGEOCHEM.2009.11.011

Main topics:

- General properties, production and use of antimony
- Regional bedrock geochemistry
- Mineral exploration and contamination – variability of Sb in soils at the local
- Impact of metal mining and smelting on a variety of sample materials at the regional scale – the Kola
- Ecogeochemistry Project
- Continental-scale geochemical mapping (the Barents project, the Baltic Soil Survey, the FOREGS (EuroGeoSurveys) geochemical atlas of Europe)

Number or pages: 24

Number of references: 172

References’ year of publication: 1903-2009 (median: 1998)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 47

M. Filella, Alkylantimony derivatives in the environment. Met. Ions Life Sci. 2010, 7, 267.

doi: 10.1039/9781849730822-00267

Main topics:

- Physical and chemical characteristics of methylantimony compounds
- Occurrence in the environment
- Microbial transformations of antimony compounds
- Ecotoxicity

Number or pages: 36

Number of references: 110

References’ year of publication: 1851-2009 (median: 1998)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017):

M. Tschan, B. H. Robinson, R. Schulin, Antimony in the soil–plant system– a review. Environ.Chem. 2009, 6, 106.

doi: 10.1071/EN08111

Main topics:

- xx

Number or pages: 10

Number of references: 74

References’ year of publication: 1956-2008 (median: 2001.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 55

J. Klein, S. Dorge, G. Trouvé, D. Venditti, S. Durécu, Behaviour of antimony during thermal treatment of Sb-rich halogenated waste. J. Hazard. Mater. 2009, 166, 585.

doi: 10.1016/J.JHAZMAT.2008.12.006

Main topics:

- Samples
- Experimental devices for thermal treatment and exhaust-gas scrubbing
- Antimony analysis
- Thermal treatment of single mineral species
- Thermal treatment of a Sb-rich halogenated industrial waste

Number or pages: 9

Number of references: 29

References’ year of publication: 1989-2007 (median: 2001)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 11 March 2017): 6

Thermal treatment of a Sb-rich halogenated industrial waste

H. R. Hansen, S. A. Pergantis, Analytical techniques and methods used for antimony speciation analysis in biological matrices. J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 2008, 23, 1328.

doi: 10.1039/b807599a

Main topics:

- Sb-species stability and extraction from solid biological matrices
- Selective hydride generation (sel-HG) for Sb speciation in extracts from biological matrices
- Sb speciation in biological matrices based on HG-GC separation
- Sb speciation in biological matrices based on HPLC separation
- The potential use of ES-MS in future Sb speciation

Number or pages: 13

Number of references: 72

References’ year of publication: 1981-2008 (median: 2001)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 20

P. Smichowski, Antimony in the environment as a global pollutant: a review on analytical methodologies for its determination in atmospheric aerosols. Talanta 2008, 75, 2.

doi: 10.1016/j.talanta.2007.11.005

Main topics:

- Antimony in environmental matrices: general considerations
- Analytical methods for antimony determination
- Determination of antimony in airborne atmospheric aerosols

Number or pages: 13

Number of references: 92

References’ year of publication: 1968-2008 (median: 2000)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 80

M. Filella, N. Belzile, M.-C. Lett, Antimony in the environment: a review focused on natural waters. III. Microbiota relevant interactions. Earth Sci. Rev. 2007, 80, 195.

doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2006.09.003

Main topics:

- Occurrence in microbiota
- Uptake transport mechanisms
- Pathways of Sb(III) removal from cells = involved in antimony tolerance
- Reactivity

Number or pages: 23

Number of references: 184

References’ year of publication: 1935-2006 (median: 1997)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 92

W. Shotyk, M. Krachler, B. Chen, Anthropogenic impacts on the biogeochemistry and cycling of antimony, in Metal Ions in Biological Systems: 44 (Biogeochemistry, Availability and Transport of Metals in the Environment) 2005, Ch. 7, pp

Main topics:

- Chemistry and behavior in the environment
- Abundance and occurrence in the environment
- Biological chemistry and toxicity
- Total antimony determination
- Ancient and modern uses of antimony
- Atmospheric emissions to the environment
- Archives of atmospheric deposition
- Antimony and human health

Number or pages: 33

Number of references: 156

References’ year of publication: 1935-2004 (median: 1999)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 18

E. Dopp, L. M. Hartmann, A.-M. Florea, A. W. Rettenmeier, A. V. Hirner, Environmental distribution, analysis, and toxicity of organometal(loid) compounds. Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2004, 34, 301.

doi: 10.1080/10408440490270160

Main topics:

- Environmental chemistry of alkylated metal(oids)
- Occurrence: environmental distribution
- Occurrence: biological samples
- Toxicity of metalloids and alkylated species

Number or pages: 33

Number of references: 275

References’ year of publication: 1918-2003 (median: 1997)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 74

M. A. Rish, Antimony, in Elements and their Compounds in the Environment. 2nd edn (Eds E. Merian, M. Anke, M. Ihnat, M. Stoeppler) 2004, pp. 659 (Wiley: Weinheim).

Main topics:

- Physical and chemical properties, and analytical methods
- Sources, production, important compounds, uses, waste products, recycling
- Distribution in the environment, in foods and in living organisms
- Uptake, absorption, transport and distribution, metabolism and elimination in plants, animals and humans
- Effects on animals and humans
- Hazard evaluation and limiting concentrations

Number or pages: 12

Number of references: 75

References’ year of publication: 1945-2002 (median: 1994)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): --

P. Andrewes, W. R. Cullen, Organoantimony compounds in the environment, in Organometallic Compounds in the Environment, 2nd edn (Ed. P. Craig) 2003, pp. 277 (Wiley: Chichester).

Main topics:

- Chemistry
- Uses and environmental distribution
- Toxicology
- Analytical methods
- Inorganic antimony compounds
- Organoantimony compounds
- Biological production in the laboratory
- Antimony and algae
- Antimony metabolism in mammals

Number or pages: 27

Number of references: 100

References’ year of publication: 1850-2002 (median: 1997)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): --

M. Filella, N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, Antimony in the environment: a review focused on natural waters. I. Occurrence. Earth Sci. Rev. 2002, 57, 1i.

doi: 10.1016/S0012-8252(01)00070-8

Main topics:

- Uses
- Toxicity
- Occurrence in natural waters
- Occurrence in sediments and soils
- Reference materials
- Occurrence in biota
- Speciation in natural waters
- Importance of atmospheric input

Number or pages: 52

Number of references: 250

References’ year of publication: 1940-2001 (median: 1987)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 456

M. Filella, N. Belzile, Y.-W. Chen, Antimony in the environment: a review focused on natural waters. II. Relevant solution chemistry. Earth Sci. Rev. 2002, 59, 265.

doi: 10.1016/S0012-8252(02)00089-2

Main topics:

- Interactions with low molecular weight (l.m.w.) ligands
- Interactions with natural organic matter
- Interactions with solid phases
- Solution chemistry of methylated species
- Eh-pH diagrams
- Kinetic aspects

Number or pages: 21

Number of references: 199

References’ year of publication: 1883-2002 (median: 1981)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 267

R. Bentley, T. G. Chasteen, Microbial methylation of metalloids: Arsenic, antimony, and bismuth. Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 2002, 66, 250.

doi: 10.1128/MMBR.66.2.250-271.2002

Main topics:

- Antimony and SIDS*
- Microbial methylation of Sb

Number or pages: 2*

Number of references: 39*

References’ year of publication: 1935-2001* (median: 1997*)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 243

(*) Antimony only

J. S. Thayer, Biological methylation of less-studied elements. Appl. Organomet. Chem. 2002, 16, 677.

doi: 10.1002/aoc.375

Main topics:

Number or pages: <1*

Number of references: 21*

References’ year of publication: 1953-2001* (median: 1998*)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 30 November 2016): 63

(*) Antimony only

 

M. Krachler, H. Emons, J. Zheng, Speciation of antimony for the 21st century: promises and pitfalls.Trends Anal. Chem. 2001, 20, 79.

doi: 10.1016/S0165-9936(00)00065-0

Main topics:

- Biological relevance of Sb species
- Occupational and environmental exposure to Sb
- Analytical problems encountered with Sb speciation
- Simultaneous speciation of Sb compounds with hyphenated techniques

Number or pages: 12

Number of references: 48

References’ year of publication: 1989-2001 (median: 1998)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017): 150

M. J. Nash, J. E. Maskall, S. J. Hill, Methodologies for determination of antimony in terrestrial environmental samples.J. Environ. Monit. 2000, 2, 97.

doi: 10.1039/a907875d

Main topics:

- The determination of antimony in aqueous samples
- Determination of antimony in soils, sediments and biological materials

Number or pages: 13

Number of references: 117

References’ year of publication: 1974-1999 (median: 1993)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017): 77

J. Reglinski, Environmental and medicinal chemistry of arsenic, antimony, and bismuth, inChemistry of Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth (Ed. N. C. Norman) 1998, pp. 403 (Blackie Academic & Professional: London).

doi:

Main topics:

- Group 15 in the environment
- Toxicology
- The medicinal chemistry of group 15
- Group 15 in the human circulatory system
- Stress and inducible proteins
- Immunochemistry and radiochemistry

Number or pages: 38

Number of references: 216*

References’ year of publication: 1945-1997 (median: 1992)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

* References on arsenic, antimony and bismuth

P. Smichowski, Y. Madrid, C. Cámara, Analytical methods for antimony speciation in waters at the ultratrace levels. A review.Fresenius J. Anal. Chem. 1998, 360, 623.

doi: 10.1007/s002160050770

Main topics:

- Chemical methods
- Methods based on chromatographic techniques
- Methods based on electrochemical techniques
- Kinetic methods

Number or pages: 7

Number of references: 88

References’ year of publication: 1947-1996 (median: 1986.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017): 96

D. van Velzen, H. Langenkamp, G. Herb, Antimony, its sources, applications and flow paths into urban and industrial waste: a review.Waste Manag. Res. 1998, 16, 32.

doi: 10.1177/0734242X9801600105

Main topics:

- Occurrence and production
- Applications
- Flame retardants
- Antimony in waste and waste incineration
- The Bamberg study
- Antimony balances

Number or pages: 9

Number of references: 26

References’ year of publication: 1974-1996 (median: 1991)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017): 8

P. J. Craig, S. N. Foster, R. O. Jenkins, D. P. Miller, N. Ostah, L. M. Smith, T.-A. Morris, Occurrence, formation and fate of organoantimony compounds in marine and terrestrial environments, in Chem. Proc. Mar. Environ., [Int. Sch. Mar. Chem.]

doi:

Main topics:

- Occurrence of organoantimony compounds in marine and terrestrial environments
- Analysis of organoantimony compounds
- Microbial biotransformation of antimony compounds

Number or pages: 16

Number of references: 52

References’ year of publication: 1926-1999 (median: 1994)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

T. Gebel, Arsenic and antimony: comparative approach on mechanistic toxicology.Chem. Biol. Interact. 1997, 107, 131.

doi: 10.1016/S0009-2797(97)00087-2

Main topics:

- Toxicokinetics with special regard to the influence of DNA reactivity
- Ion charge, cellular intake and biological effect
- Organ distribution
- Metabolism
- Excretion
- Cellular excretion

Number or pages: 14

Number of references: 110* (37**)

References’ year of publication: 1943-1997 (median: 1989.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017): 212

*   References on arsenic and antimony.
**  Antimony references only.

M. B. de la Calle-Guntiñas, Y. Madrid, C. Cámara, Antimony speciation in water, in Quality Assurance for Environmental Analysis (Eds Ph. Quevauviller, E. A. Maier, B. Griepink) 1995, pp. 263 (Elsevier: Amsterdam).

doi:

Main topics:

- Stability of antimony species
- Analytical methods for the determination of inorganic Sb

Number or pages: 21

Number of references: 58

References’ year of publication: 1960-1992 (median: 1985)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

K. Bencze, Antimony, in Handbook on Metals in Clinical and Analytical Chemistry (Eds H. G. Seiler, A. Sigel, H. Sigel) 1994, pp. 227 (Marcel Dekker: New York).

doi:

Main topics:

- Chemistry
- Distribution and technical uses
- Physiology
- Analytical determination

Number or pages: 10

Number of references: 65

References’ year of publication: 1980-1991 (median: 1978)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

K. Dill, E. L. McGown, The biochemistry of arsenic, bismuth and antimony, in The Chemistry of Organic Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth Compounds (Ed. S. Patai) 1994, pp. 695 (Wiley: New York).

doi:

Main topics:

- Chemistry*
- Biological aspects

Number or pages: 2*

Number of references: 11*

References’ year of publication: 1922-1990* (median: 1987*)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

*  Antimony only.

N. Gurnani, A. Sharma, G. Talukder, Effects of antimony on cellular systems in animals - A review.Nucleus (Calcutta) 1994, 37, 71.

doi:

Main topics:

- Physical and chemical properties
- Sources of exposure and distribution
- Exposure of the human system
- Biological indicators of Sb pollution
- Levels in tissues and biological fluids
- Toxic effects of antimony
- Toxic effects on human systems
- Factors affecting Sb toxicity
- Anticarcinogenic and carcinogenic effects
- Effects on reproduction
- Effect on cells and cellular components

Number or pages: 26

Number of references: 213

References’ year of publication: 1926-1994 (median: 1980)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

S. Maeda, Safety and environmental effects, in The Chemistry of Organic Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth Compounds (Ed. S. Patai) 1994, pp. 725 (Wiley: New York).

doi:

Main topics:

- Production and use
- Concentration and speciation in the natural environment
- Antimony pollution
- Toxicity
- Biological methylation, transformation, fate
- Health effect assessment and safety

Number or pages: 11*

Number of references: 39*

References’ year of publication: 1956-1992* (median: 1986*)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

 *  Antimony only.

B. A. Fowler, P. L. Goering, Antimony, in Metals and their Compounds in the Environment. Occurrence, Analysis and Biological Relevance (Ed. E. Merian) 1991, pp. 743 (VCH: Weinheim).

doi:

Main topics:

- Physical and chemical properties, and analytical methods
- Sources, production, important compounds, uses, waste products, recycling
- Distribution in the environment, in foods and living organisms
- Uptake, absorption, transport and distribution, metabolism and elimination in plants, animals and humans
- Effects on animals and humans
- Hazard evaluation and limiting concentrations

Number or pages: 8

Number of references: 70

References’ year of publication: 1931-1990 (median: 1984)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

S. C. Apte, A. G. Howard, A. T. Campbell, Arsenic and antimony, in Environmental Analysis using Chromatography Interfaced with Atomic Spectroscopy (Eds R. H. Harrison, S. Rapsomanikis) 1989, pp. 258 (Ellis Horwood: Chichester).

doi:

Main topics:

- Environmental chemistry
- Sample collection, storage and stabilization
- Preparation procedures
- Preconcentration procedures
- Hydride generation
- Detection systems
- Hydride-generation cold-trap systems
- Coupled gas chromatography methods
- HPLC combination methods
- Standardization and accuracy

Number or pages: 41

Number of references: 189*

References’ year of publication: 1926-1987 (median: 1980)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

 *  References on arsenic and antimony

R. M. James, B. D. Dinman, Toxicity considerations: Antimony metal and its oxides.Trans. Am. Foundrymen’s Soc. 1987, 863.

doi:

Main topics:

- Acute effects
- Chronic effects

Number or pages: 3

Number of references: 34

References’ year of publication: 1913-1986 (median: 1961.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

K. A. Winship, Toxicity of antimony and its compounds.Adv. Drug React. Ac. Pois. Rev. 1987, 2, 67.

doi:

Main topics:

- Chemistry
- Current uses of antimony and its compounds
- Pharmacokinetics
- Toxicology
- Epidemiology

Number or pages: 23

Number of references: 133

References’ year of publication: 1787-1986 (median: 1966.5)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017): 46

C.-G. Elinder, L. Friberg, Antimony,, in Handbook on the Toxicology of Metals. 2nd edn (Eds L. Friberg, G. F. Nordberg, V. Vouk) 1986, pp. 26 (Elsevier: Amsterdam).

doi:

Main topics:

- Physical and chemical properties
- Methods and problems of analysis
- Production and uses
- Environmental levels and exposures
- Metabolism
- Levels in tissues and biological fluids
- Effects and dose-response relationships
- Carcinogenic effects

Number or pages: 17

Number of references: 101

References’ year of publication: 1927-1984 (median: 1968)

Number of citations (Web of Science™, 4 March 2017):

N.B.: In the first edition of the book published in 1979, the number of references was 76, the median 1966 and the range 1927-77.

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