No. 78 - Determination of Selected Phenolic Compounds in Mainstream Cigarette Smoke by HPLC-FLD
(CRM being developed into ISO Projects 23904 and 23905)
This Recommended Method is applicable to the determination of selected phenolic compounds (hydroquinone, resorcinol, catechol, phenol, p-cresol, m-cresol, and o-cresol) in the Total Particulate Matter (TPM) of mainstream cigarette smoke by RP HPLC-FLD.
The described method is specified using ISO 3308 and Health Canada T-115 smoking parameters. The use of these machine smoking parameters reflects their inclusion in the reporting requirements of various national regulations rather than an endorsement of their appropriateness by CORESTA.
Report - Analysis of Reference Cigarette Smoke Yield Data From 21 Laboratories for 28 Selected Analytes as a Guide to Selection of New CORESTA Recommended Methods (July 2014)