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what are some health risks of copper to humans?

what are the environmental riks of copper?

what are the benefits of copper to the industry, economy, and society?

what are all the organisms that are affected by copper?

what is meant by the term Bioaccumulation? Include the names of any organisms that are affected and how they are affected by copper?

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    i have the first 2 but not the rsest please help me

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