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In the case of permitted digital reproduction, please credit the National Cancer Institute as the source and link to the original NCI product using the original product's title; e.g., “Crystalline Silica was originally published by the National Cancer Institute.”, Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM), Coping with Your Feelings During Advanced Cancer, Emotional Support for Young People with Cancer, Young People Facing End-of-Life Care Decisions, Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment, Tech Transfer & Small Business Partnerships, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, Milestones in Cancer Research and Discovery, Step 1: Application Development & Submission, Control of Silica Dust in Construction: Handheld Power Saws, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. An abundant natural material, crystalline silica is found in stone, soil, and sand. 0000073401 00000 n Lyon, France: World Health Organization, 2012. 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KeyWords:Cropproduction,fertilizer,monosilicicacid,nutrient,silicon, soil fertility (Soil Sci 2016;181: 00–00) Silica Dust, Crystalline, In the Form of Quartz or Cristobalite, IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Volume 100C. When inhaled, these particles can penetrate deep into the lungs. The silica content of rice has been related to the silicasesquioxide ratio of soils (Ueda et at., 1957), but a better assessment of the available silica in a soil may be obtained from the ratio of easily extractable silica to the "free" or easily extractable sesquioxides. SiO2 (silica) in soil The median SiO2 content in subsoil is 68.0% and in topsoil 67.7%, and he range of values varies from 0.61 to 98.1% in subsoil and 1.47 to 96.7% in topsoil. 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