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Nitrogen-containing compounds in tobacco and tobacco smoke.
Formation and Determination of Ethyl Carbamate in Tobacco and Tobacco Smoke
PAH Maleic hydrazlde (MH), a plant growth regulator applied to -Itobacco, undergoes thermal degradation to Isacyanic acid. In OTHERS model pyrolysis studies, ethanol and methanol (both present in… Expand
Benzo[a]pyrene, Phenols and other Products from Pyrolysis of the Cigarette Additive, (d,l)-Menthol
THIS communication surveys the chief products from the thermal degradation of (d,l)-menthol and discusses some qualitative and quantitative differences in product composition at two selected… Expand
Thermal degradation of naturally occurring materials. II. Products from the pyrolysis of triglycerides at 400.deg.
Analysis of cigarette smoke fraction by combined gas chromatography--infrared spectrophotometry.
Comparison of the metabolic profiles of benzo[alpha]pyrene obtained from primary cell cultures and subcellular fractions derived from normal and methylcholanthrene-induced rat liver.
Hepatocyte primary cell (HPC) cultures derived from either (a) non-induced (normal) or (b) methylcholanthrene (MC)-induced rat liver actively metabolized the carcinogen benzol[alpha]pyrene (BaP) over… Expand
Chemical studies on tobacco smoke. Quantitative analysis of hydrazine in tobacco and cigarette smoke.
Tumorigenic agents in unburned processed tobacco: N-nitrosodiethanolamine and 1,1-dimethylhydrazine.
Two tumorigenic agents, N-nitrosodiethanolamine and 1,1-dimethylhydrazine, have been isolated from tobacco for the first time. The former, a reportedly weak hepatic carcinogen in rats, varied in… Expand
Redox potential and quinone content of cigarette smoke.
Pyrogenesis of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Present in Cigarette Smoke II: Pyrolytic Products of some Representative Constituents of the Hexane Soluble Fraction of Tobacco
Abstract In continued studies to reevaluate the contribution of the hexane-soluble fraction of flue-cured tobacco to the formation of aromatic compounds, especially polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons,… Expand