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Summary of the 7 Collaborative Studies Results 2006 - 2012

CSM Technical Report

March 2012

The Sub-Group Cigars has conducted several Collaborative Studies by which the CRMs have been developed. These methods provide a credible and useful comparison of the smoke chemistry of cigars of all shapes and sizes, and take into consideration the practical, time consuming work of cigar smoking in laboratories. This report summarises the work of the CORESTA Cigar Smoking Methods Sub-Group (CSM SG) between 2006 and 2012.

Related documents

CRM 68 - Determination of Carbon Monoxide in the Mainstream Smoke of Cigars by Non-Dispersive Infrared Analysis (Jan. 2010)

CRM 67 - Determination of Water in the Mainstream Smoke of Cigars by Gas Chromatographic Analysis (Nov. 2005)

CRM 66 - Determination of Nicotine in the Mainstream Smoke of Cigars by Gas Chromatographic Analysis (Nov. 2005)

CRM 65 - Determination of Total and Nicotine-Free Dry Particulate Matter using a Routine Analytical Cigar-Smoking Machine – Determination of Total Particulate Matter and Preparation for Water and Nicotine Measurements (June 2010)

CRM 64 - Routine Analytical Cigar-Smoking Machine - Specifications, Definitions and Standard Conditions (May 2018)

CRM 47 - Cigars - Sampling (Jan. 2000)

CRM 46 - Atmosphere for Conditioning and Testing Cigars of all Sizes and Shapes (June 2018)

Report - Cigar Smoke Analysis - 12th Collaborative Study (January 2018)

Report - Cigar Smoke Analysis - 11th Collaborative Study (December 2016)

Report - Summary of 4 Collaborative Studies Results 2002-2004 (May 2005)