Minggu, 11 Oktober 2009

Elements in the Human Body

99% of the mass of the human body is made up of only six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus. Every organic molecule contains carbon. Since 65-90% of each body cell consists of water (by weight), it isn't surprising that oxygen and hydrogen are major components of the body.

Here's is a look at the major elements in the body and what these elements do.

1. Oksigen

2. Carbon
3. Hydrogen
4. Nitrogen
5. Calcium

6. phosporus
7. potassium
8. Sodium
9. Chlorine
10. Magnesium

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