refining composition of a human being

Artem Evdokimov AEVDOKIMOZ at cinci.rr.com
Sun Jan 5 14:21:15 EST 2003


It's going to be the larger part of the periodic table if you look hard
enough. Also, your composition would greatly depend on what external
environment has the person been exposed to - even in the most basic
elements, for example dehydration will change all the ratios.

What's the point of this, I am curious ?

A.G.E.
"j" <vdspek at xs4all.nl> wrote in message
news:3e182545$0$49109$e4fe514c at news.xs4all.nl...
> I am interested to find all ingredients for a human body;
> Ive come up with this list from madsci.org, can anyone
> point out any flaws, or refine this list ? I would like to
> have a complete recipe.
>
> Oxygen    65.0%
> Carbon    18.5%
> Hydogen    9.5%
> Nitrogen    3.2%
>
> Calcium    1.5%
> Phosphorus    1.0%
> Potassium    0.4%
> Sulfur     0.3%
> Sodium     0.2%
> Chlorine    0.2%
> Magnesium    0.1%
> Iodine     0.1%
> Iron     0.1%
>
> < 0.5 %
> Chromium
> Cobalt
> Copper
> Fluorine
> Manganese
> Molybdenum
> Selenium
> Tin
> Vanadium
> Zinc
>
> thanks !
>
> Jonathan
>
>
>





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