appraisal of various approaches to the fractionation of tobacco smoke condensate.
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appraisal of various approaches to the fractionation of tobacco smoke condensate. by J K. Whitehead

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Published by Tobacco ResearchCouncil in London .
Written in English

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SeriesResearch papers -- 13.
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Open LibraryOL20290475M
ISBN 10090102614X

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  Walter B. Wilson and Lane C. SanderChemical Sciences DivisionMaterial Measurement LaboratoryNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyGaithersburg, MD The development of a tobacco smoke collection method is an essential component for the chemical analysis of harmful and potentially harmful contaminants (HPHCs) in tobacco smoke . INTRODUCTION The term "tobacco smoke condensate" covers a mixture of substances in tobacco smoke that can be obtained in various ways. The constituents analysed in the total smoke vary, depending on the conditions under which the smoke is produced. The term "smoke" in the physical sense is defined as an aerosol made of solid particles in a Cited by: 6. Further studies on the comutagenic activity of cigarette smoke condensate. Crebelli R(1), Conti L, Fuselli S, Leopardi P, Zijno A, Carere A. Author information: (1)Istituto Superiore di Sanitá, Rome, Italy. The comutagenic effect exerted by cigarette smoke condensate (CSC) was by: 8. The distribution of copper () between a buffered aqueous solution of the metal ion and an organic solution of tobacco smoke condensate (TSC) in 4-methylpentanone (MIBK) has been studied. The analytical parameters, metal ion and hydrogen ion concentrations, were investigated.

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