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Volume IV - 6.3 References

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Orientation and Training

Food and Drug Administration

DOCUMENT NO.:

IV-06
VERSION NO.: 1.4

Section 6 - Elemental Analysis

EFFECTIVE DATE: 10-01-03REVISED: 02-14-13
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  5. U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Office of Enforcement. (Rev. 1995, December 12). Compliance policy guides, sec. 545.400 Pottery (Ceramics); Imported and Domestic Cadmium Contamination, pp. 294-296.
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