Cadmium and nickel in mainstream particulates of cigarettes containing tobacco grown on a low-cadmium soil-sludge mixture.

@article{Bache1985CadmiumAN,
  title={Cadmium and nickel in mainstream particulates of cigarettes containing tobacco grown on a low-cadmium soil-sludge mixture.},
  author={C A Bache and Donald J Lisk and G J Doss and Dietrich Hoffmann and Joshua D. Adams},
  journal={Journal of toxicology and environmental health},
  year={1985},
  volume={16 3-4},
  pages={547-52}
}
Cigarettes were prepared from tobaccos grown in the greenhouse on a soil to which a low rate of a municipal sewage sludge was applied. The cigarettes were smoked by machine and the mainstream particulate fraction was analyzed for total cadmium and nickel content. Sludge-grown and control (soil-grown) tobaccos contained, respectively, 5.33 and 1.87 ppm of cadmium and 1.15 and 0.64 ppm of nickel. The average quantities of cadmium and nickel (ng/cigarette) found in the mainstream particulate… CONTINUE READING

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