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A Structural Model of Reconstituted Tobacco Substantiated by Ultrasonic Interrogation

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The Effect of Filter Ventilation on the Yield and Composition of Mainstream and Sidestream Smokes

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The Influence of Tobacco Blend Composition on Carbon Monoxide Formation in Mainstream Cigarette Smoke

quantitative method for carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide in cigarette and cigar smoke. J Chromat Sci 1974;12:70-5. 20. Watanabe M, Kobashi Y. Analytical methods for chemical components in tobacco smoke. I. Determination of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide in cigarette smoke by gas chromatography. Cent Res Inst Japan Monopoly Corp 1965;107:177-80. 21. Williams TB, Belk CW. An infrared method for the determination of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide levels in cigarette smoke. Beitr Tabakforsch 1972;6:210-5. 22. Wang R, Han

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On the Chemistry of Cigar Smoke: Comparisons between Experimental Little and Large Cigars

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A Thirty-Port Smoking Machine for Continuous Smoke Generation

. 5. Hawkins, J. C.: Routine analysis of C02. H, 02, CH4 and CO by gas chromatography; Application Note ANC-1:9-70, Hewlett Palkard Co., Avondale, Pennsylvania, 1:931:1:, USA. 6. Mikami, Y., N. Naito, and Y. Kaburaki: Effects of some factors on carbon monoxide concentration in main stream smoke of a cigarette; Japan Monopoly Corp. Central Res. Sci. Papers 1:1:3 (1971) 49 7. Guerin, M. R.: Tobacco smoke analysis program, Progress report for the period September 1:, 1970, to July 1:, 1971:; ORNL-4735 UC-41:-Health and Safety, Oak Ridge

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Studies on the Natural Smouldering of Cigarettes: III. Determination of the Thermal Properties of Tobacco Shreds Packed in Columns

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Some Studies of the Effects of Additives on Cigarette Mainstream Smoke Properties. II. Casing Materials and Humectants

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The Complexity of Tobacco and Tobacco Smoke

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Some Studies of the Effects of Additives on Cigarette Mainstream Smoke Properties. III. Ingredients Reportedly Used in Various Commercial Cigarette Products in the USA and Elsewhere

28, see www.rjrtdocs.com 500610337 -0357. 46. Demole E. and D. Berthet: A chemical study of burley tobacco flavour (Nicotiana tabacum L. ). I. Volatile to medium-volatile constituents; Helv. Chim. Acta 55 (1972) 1866-1882. 47. Ishiguro, S. and S. Sugawara: The chemistry of tobacco smoke; Sci. Papers, Cent. Res. Inst., Japan Monopoly Corp. 298 (1980) 1-248, see www.rjrtdocs.com 521182903 -3164. 48. Stedman, R.L.: The chemical composition of tobacco and tobacco smoke; Chem. Rev. 68 (1968

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Chemistry of Cigarette Burning Processes

cigarette; Combust. Flame 36 (1979) 245–262. 10. Muramatsu, M.: Study of transport phenomena which occur during unforced smoldering of cigarettes; Res. Report No. 123, Japan Tobacco and Salt Monopoly, 1981. 11. Jenkins, R.W., M.K. Chavis, R.T. Bass, and T.S. Osdene: Cigarette smoke formation studies IV. The carbon contribution to total smoke from each indi-vidual component in the 1R1-type cigarette; Beitr. Tabakforsch. 10 (1980) 145–148. 12. Baker, R.R.: Product formation mechanisms inside a

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