In terms, 16E (LH:#), short for “16 elements”, refers the following sixteen elements: Ca, K, Cl, Na, Mg, Fe, F, Zn, Si, Cu, I, Sn, Mn, Se, Cr, and Co, understood to comprise and define a human, in addition to the six so-called CHNOPS “base elements”, common to most things that exist in the animate state. 
- Sterner, Robert and Elser, James. (2002). Ecological Stoichiometry: the Biology of Elements from Molecules to the Biosphere (human molecule, empirical formula pg. 3; discussion, pgs. 47, 135). Princeton University Press.