refining composition of a human being

j vdspek at xs4all.nl
Sun Jan 5 15:29:44 EST 2003


thanks for that, indeed, maybe I should instead ask
for the chemical composition of a 8 month embryo ?
I'll post the point of it when Ive sorted it out, patience, my friend :)
did you see any flaws in the list as it is now ?

thanks,

Jonathan

"Artem Evdokimov" <AEVDOKIMOZ at cinci.rr.com> schreef in bericht
news:LA%R9.60946$%3.16273616 at twister.neo.rr.com...
> 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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