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Handbook of Stable Strontium

  • Stanley C. Skoryna

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. J. R. Partington
    Pages 1-9
  3. Sadayuki Inoue
    Pages 11-18
  4. Ananda Gunatilaka
    Pages 19-46
  5. Edna S. Kaneshiro, Gregory W. Fisher
    Pages 111-136
  6. Edward W. Troyer, James A. Ferrendelli
    Pages 239-247
  7. David L. Severson, Richard M. Denton
    Pages 249-262
  8. William H. Barry, Donald C. Harrison
    Pages 353-362
  9. J. Weyne, A. De Hemptinne, I. Leusen
    Pages 363-386
  10. J. C. Foreman
    Pages 435-464
  11. Erik H. Mürer
    Pages 465-478
  12. Jo Louise Seltzer, John J. Jeffrey, Arthur Z. Eisen
    Pages 479-487
  13. Harold L. Rosenthal
    Pages 503-514
  14. Frank E. McCaslin, Joseph M. Janes
    Pages 563-579
  15. M. E. J. Curzon, P. C. Spector
    Pages 581-592
  16. Stanley C. Skoryna, Martha Fuskova
    Pages 593-617
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 619-644

About this book

Introduction

Nearly two hundred years ago Crawford and Cruickshank, surgeons and chemists in the Royal Artillery, reported the occurrence of a "new earth" in the mines at the Scottish village of Strontian. Humphrey Davy, following the advice of Berzelius, isolated stable strontium in 1808 along with other alkali earth metals. It was not until 1883 that physiological effects of stable strontium were first recognized by none other than Sidney Ringer in his experiments on frog heart. The medicinal use of strontium salts was first described in Squire's Companion in 1894. Subsequently, strontium was introduced into the Pharma­ copeias of Great Britain, United States, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Mexico and was used in treatment of a variety of disease. s, clearly without detailed knowledge of its actions. It is hoped that this handbook will provide a sound basis for further research on stable strontium and the establishment of the levels of intake, necessary or desirable, in different pathophysiological conditions. The objective of this publication was to assemble a comprehensive collection of essays on stable strontium which review the respective areas of research as well as present original data. I consider myself fortunate to have been able to work with the contributors of these essays. It is obvious that this type of book should be interdisciplinary in nature owing to the necessity of examining each subject from the viewpoint of different disciplines.

Keywords

Calcium Carrier chemistry earth experiment megnesium metals plants transport

Editors and affiliations

  • Stanley C. Skoryna
    • 1
  1. 1.McGill University and St. Mary’s Hospital CenterMontrealCanada

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