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Dr. Richard D. Foust Jr.

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Professor of Chemistry and Bioche...

Local Address: HARRISONBURG, Virginia, United States
James Madison University
800 S. Main St.
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807
United States

Company Description: James Madison University (JMU), located in Harrisonburg, Virginia, was founded in 1908 as a state school for women. Since its founding in 1908, JMU has grown to...   more
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Newsletter No. 2 - Hydroxyls
www.negative-ion-generators.com, 14 Dec 2003 [cached]
Dr. Richard Foust, Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Science, Northern Arizona University, explains further how hydroxyl molecules are produced.
C&EN: Latest News - Arsenic Link To Ancient Migration
pubs.acs.org, 14 Mar 2005 [cached]
Richard D. Foust Jr., a chemistry professor at Northern Arizona University, thinks that arsenic-laden water in the Montezuma Well, near the valley, could have helped lead to the departure.
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Foust and Senanayake don't think that arsenic poisoning itself caused the Sinagua's departure.
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Arsenic likely leaches from the pre-Cambrian rock as water moves up from a deep aquifer, Foust told C&EN.This unique ecosystem may have parallels at other arsenic-contaminated sites, he added.
TAINTED WATER Montezuma Well is an open-faced pool of water fed from a deep aquifer.TAINTED WATER Montezuma Well is an open-faced pool of water fed from a deep aquifer.
COURTESY OF RICHARD FOUST
Arizona Daily Sun
fluoride.oralhealth.org, 16 Feb 2001 [cached]
Northern Arizona University chemistry professor Richard Foust has said former local opposition to fluoridation appeared to be devoid of peer-reviewed science.He points to a report of the 1995 World Health Organization indicating currently approved recommendations for fluoride don't pose health risks to people.As for cancer, the report says, "Although there was equivocal evidence of carcinogenicity in male rats, extensive epidemiological studies have shown no evidence of carcinogenicity in humans."
However, the report indicates that fluoride intake from other sources should be considered when setting national standards.Some diet components, for example -- such as tea and fish -- are higher in fluoride than others.
"The dose response relationship for fluoride is very narrow," Foust acknowledged, meaning there's a fine line between helpful and hurtful amounts.
Richard Duane Foust ...
www.sigmaxi.org, 16 May 2013 [cached]
Richard Duane Foust
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