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Adsorption Capacity of Cigarette Filters for Phenols from the Smoke / Die Filtration von Phenolen aus Cigarettenrauch

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Menthol Cigarettes, Time to First Cigarette, and Smoking Cessation

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Determination of Humectants in Tobacco Filler by High Performance Chromatography/Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry

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The Determination of Diacetyl and Acetylpropionyl in Aerosols From Electronic Smoking Devices Using Gas Chromatography Triple Quad Mass Spectrometry

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Emissions of Toxic Carbonyls in an Electronic Cigarette

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Updates of CORESTA Recommended Methods after Further Collaborative Studies Carried Out under Both ISO and Health Canada Intense Smoking Regimes

Method: Determination of “Tar”, Nico-tine and Carbon Monoxide in Mainstream Tobacco Smoke, 1999; Available at /pubs/tobac-tabac/rc/index-eng.php (Accessed October 2012). 6. Mariner, D.C., W.D. Heller, J. Sarabia, S.W. Purkis, M. Meger, H.J. Eberhardt, and M. Czechowicz: The 2010 ISO TC126 Working Group 10 Collaborative Study on Intense Machine Smoking; CORESTA Joint Study Group Meeting, Graz, Austria, 2011, Presentation ST05; Available at _Abstracts / Graz 2011-SmokeTech

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A Survey of Fertility Program Responses of Kentucky Dark Fire-Cured Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) Yield and Quality for Cigars Manufacture in the Benevento Province (Southern Italy)

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Application of Triethyl Citrate to Filters in Virginia Type Cigarettes*

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Fibre and Particle Release from Cigarette Filters

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Comparisons of the Composition of Tobacco Smoke and the Smokes from Various Tobacco Substitutes

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