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  1. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Lisbon, 2000, p. 169-70, ST24

    The effect of inhalation volume and blend additives on nicotine retention and uptake

    MARINER D.C.; ARMITAGE A.K.; DIXON M.; HIGENBOTHAM T.; SINCLAIR N.M.
    British American Tobacco, Group R&D, Southampton, UK
    It has been suggested that as 'tar' and nicotine deliveries from cigarettes have been reduced by the Tobacco Industry, in line with regulations and agreements with national governments, smokers have inhaled deeper to achieve more efficient ...
  2. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Brighton, 1998, p. 167, ST19

    Factors related to nicotine physio-chemistry and retention in human smokers

    SINCLAIR N.M.; FROST B.E.; MARINER D.C.
    Rothmans International Services Limited, R&D, Basildon, Essex, England.
    It has been alleged that tobacco companies add ‘ammonia forming compounds’ to cigarette tobacco to "increase as well as control the delivery of the alkaloid nicotine to the respiratory tract of the smoker". It is claimed that such compounds make ...