The “normal” lead content in human blood is about 0.40 part per million (that is, 0.40 g of lead per million grams of blood). A value of 0.80 part per million (ppm) is considered to be dangerous. How many grams of lead are contained in 6.0 x 103 g of blood (the amount in an average adult) if the lead content is 0.62 ppm?
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