Elemental analysis in the white cabbage in Gümüşhane, Turkey

C. Aksoy, E. Tıraşoğlu, H. Aksoy, M. Doğan, E. C. Gürer, A. Apaydın
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Abstract


The multi-elements in cabbages and the cabbage own soils are presented in this study. The cabbages were collected 21 different areas of Gümüşhane which is placed at the north-west of Blacksea region in Turkey. The elemental analyses of cabbages have been carried out using energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometry. Mean concentrations of the elements are presented and the metal contents were found in them which play a vital role in cure of disease. Ca and K contents in soils and in white cabbage were compared. They were found to be compatible with each other.


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Cabbage, Soil, EDXRF

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