Search Results

6 results

  1. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, PT 15

    Reconstituted tobacco treatment to reduce TSNA content of tobacco products - Part I: Tobacco treatment during reconstitution

    RIGOULAY C.; LE BEC L.; RAVERDY-LAMBERT D.; LE BOURVELLEC G.
    LTR Industries (SWM Intl.), Le Mans, France
    A lot of effort has been devoted since several years to reduce tobacco specific nitrosamines (TSNA) in tobacco products. Tobacco breeding, cultural and curing practices have been improved to prevent TSNA formation. The paper making reconstitution of ...
  2. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, PT 16

    Reconstituted tobacco treatment to reduce TSNA content of tobacco products - Part II: Effect of the treatment on TSNA and Hoffmann analytes in mainstream smoke

    LE BEC L.; RIGOULAY C.; RAVERDY-LAMBERT D.; LE BOURVELLEC G.
    LTR Industries (SWM Intl.), Le Mans, France
    In part I, we have presented a treatment that reduces TSNA levels in tobacco during reconstitution and its effects on tobacco chemistry. The objective of this paper is to present the smoking results of the reconstituted tobacco treated to reduce the TSNA ...
  3. CORESTA Congress, New Orleans, 2002, STPOST 13

    A new and efficient method for detecting free radicals by LC-MS/MS. Application to the optimization of a cigarette filter which remove free radicals in cigarette smoke

    MASSELOT D.; EMAMI I.; ROLANDO C.; LE GAC S.
    Biosynthec, Paris, France
    Free radicals are involved in a wide variety of ageing diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases and arteriosclerosis: these are known effects that have driven us to want to radically decrease the free radical contents in cigarette smoke. However ...