Reduced Toxicological Activity of Cigarette Smoke by the Addition of Ammonia Magnesium Phosphate to the Paper of an Electrically Heated Cigarette: Subchronic Inhalation Toxicology

@article{Moennikes2008ReducedTA,
  title={Reduced Toxicological Activity of Cigarette Smoke by the Addition of Ammonia Magnesium Phosphate to the Paper of an Electrically Heated Cigarette: Subchronic Inhalation Toxicology},
  author={O. Moennikes and Patrick M Vanscheeuwijck and Baerbel Friedrichs and Erwin Anskeit and George J Patskan},
  journal={Inhalation Toxicology},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={647 - 663}
}
Cigarette smoke is a complex chemical mixture that causes a variety of diseases, such as lung cancer. With the electrically heated cigarette smoking system (EHCSS), temperatures are applied to the tobacco below those found in conventional cigarettes, resulting in less combustion, reduced yields of some smoke constituents, and decreased activity in some standard toxicological tests. The first generation of electrically heated cigarettes (EHC) also resulted in increased formaldehyde yields… CONTINUE READING

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