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Research ArticleDOI Number : 10.36811/jca.2021.110035Article Views : 0Article Downloads : 0

Estimate Lead and Cadmium contents of some archeological samples collected from ancient cities location (Cyrene and Abolonia) at Al - Gabal Al -Akhder Region, Libya

Hamad. M. Adress. Hasan

Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Omar -ElmoukhtarUniv, El-Beida, Libya

*Corresponding Author: Hamad M Adress Hasan, Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Omar -ElmoukhtarUniv, El-Beida, Libya, Email: [email protected]; [email protected]

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Aritcle Type: Research Article

Citation: Hamad M Adress Hasan. 2021. Estimate Lead and Cadmium contents of some archeological samples collected from ancient cities location (Cyrene and Abolonia) at Al -Gabal Al - Akhder Region, Libya. J Chem Appl. 3: 902-907.

Copyright: This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Copyright © 2021; Hamad M Adress Hasan

Publication history:

Received date: 07 October, 2021
Accepted date: 29 December, 2021
Published date: 06 December, 2021

Abstract

This study was carried out on archeological samples which collected from one of the most important ancient cities which located at eastern north side of Libya, these cities called (Cyrene and Abolonia Cyrene). Different samples were collected from the outside surface of the studied samples. The contents of lead (pb) and cadmium (Cd) were determined b using atomic absorption instrument. The results showed small variations for the studied metals between the studied samples. The concluded that the source of the detected metals are mainly due to the effects of air pollutions by the dust of machines and cars.

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