1. Beitr. Tabakforsch. Int./Contrib. Tob. Research, 2004, 21-1, p. 1-8., ISSN.0173-783X

    Application of nanoparticle iron oxide in cigarette for simultaneous CO and NO removal in the mainstream smoke

    PING L.; RASOULI F.; HAJALIGOL M.R.
    Philip Morris USA, Research Center, Richmond, VA, USA
    Based on the unique temperature and oxygen profiles in a burning cigarette, a novel approach is proposed in this paper to use a single oxidant/catalyst in the cigarette filler for simultaneous removal of carbon monoxide (CO) and nitric oxide (NO) in...
  2. Beitr. Tabakforsch. Int./Contrib. Tob. Research, 2004, 21-2, p. 49-104., ISSN.0173-783X

    Some studies of the effects of additives on cigarette mainstream smoke properties. III. Ingredientsreportedly used in various commercial cigarette products in the USA and elsewhere

    RODGMAN A.
    Alan RODGMAN, 2828 Birchwood Drive, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 27103-3410, USA
    In the mid-1980s, each major US cigarette manufacturer prepared a list of those ingredients added at that time to its cigarette products. The lists were combined into one and submitted to the US Office of Smoking and Health in 1986. It comprised 599...
  3. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Brighton, 1998, p. 170, ST22

    Studies on chemistry and mutagenicity of cigarette smoke condensate from cigarettes containing the natural plant extract AML-1 added to the tobacco

    YAO J.-H.; CAI R.; CHEN H.-M.; NI C.-M.
    Yunnan Institute of Tobacco Industry, Kunming, China
    Previous research has concluded that cigarette smoke condensate (CSC) is mutagenic. At present, medical authorities believe that reduction in tar content of cigarette smoke is the most important method for improving the safety of cigarettes. However,...