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Chemical Constituents in Tobacco and Smoke

Date: 15 Feb 1967
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Murrill, D.P.
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Carpenter, M.
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PREFACE y This Usting of the chemical con4tituents in tobacco and smke includes the data from listings published in December 1?6C3, April 1963, and September 1965. It includes data from an additional eighty-five references (since the 1965 listing), and it includes additional kinds of data; viz., empirical formulas and molecular weights. The compounds, listed alptaabetically beginning on page 1, are named accor.xng to their ~Sa3ic structures; e.g., acetic acid, methy3l ester, rather than methyl acetate. An asterisk (*~ preceding a compound name indicatss that the compound is listed by that nazae in the 45th Edition of the Handbook of Chemistry arca Physics. The class ar classes to which the compound belonga are shown by code numbers, the key to which is given iarnediately follc-wi.ng this preface. The letters T, S, L, and P indicate that the compound has been found in uobacco and in smoke, has been reported in the literature, and has been identified by Philip Morris reaearch. The eapiricall formuia and the molecular weight are followed by an identification code, which is the last number on each line. The second 2.irte (usually) u:zder a compound cites literature references, which are listed in the last part of the book. In the references the language of an article is given after the title, if it is other than Erglish. An author index follows the references. Quantitative dPta, where available, follow the literarure citations. PM means that the datum is reported as a result of Philip Morris research. REF. with a number indicates that the datum is reported in the reference cited. REF. without a number means that the datu;a was rrpGrted in the earliest listing mentioned, that of December 1960, but the reference from which it was , aken could not be dutermi.ned. In this listing A. B, G. and D, in sama inetances, substitute for Gr.i;ak alphabetic characters, @ stands for prime ('), and plus (+) means '°and." A listing of ths compounds by classes begins on page 109. A numerical li.ting by mx.laacula;° we'_giits begins on page 164. Kany people h3%,e had a~4rt in compiling the information contained in this vo3.unm. No attecspt is made to na.me them last €o*ne who deserve credit be slighted. ~ u: G. P. ?OurriIi Tr-c hnf'cx l In format.ion Fac ility "I
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- '3 a I I I I I I CLMSES OF COMPOUNDS r / i. Acid 20- 'Irzsecticide 2. Alcohol 21. KetCne 3. AIc:cshol, poLyhya7ic 22. Laccone 4. Aldehyde 23. Lipid 5. Alkaloid 24. Mercaptan 6. Amine 25. Nitrile 7. Amino acid or protein 26. Nitrogen coaPpound $. 9. Carbohydrate Ester 27. 28. Pec tin Phenol 10. Ether 29. Pigment 11. Glycol 30. Polyphenol 12. Halide 31. Quinone 13. Iia 2ogen 32. Resin 14. fieterocyclic 33. Salt 15. Hydrocarbon, alicyclic 34. Silicon campound 16. Hydrocarbon, aliphatic 35. c•arQid 17. Hydrocarbon, aromatic 36. Sulfur campound 18. Hydrocarbon, polynuclear 37. Terpene 19. Inorganic 38. Wax ~ ~
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*ACEliAPHTNEME 18 2,6,27,28 REF. $.06 UG PER CIGT. IN SMOKE *ACEHAPHTMYLCNE 18 2,5 ,6,8,27-29, t 77,335 REF. 0.04 UG PER CIGT. IN SMOKE PAGE S L Cl2'riIi 154 A1$S5-V A0005-0 , A0005-03 L Ci 2H8 152 A0O1O-01 A$04-02 AODIO-#3 *ACETALDEHYDE $4 TS LP C2H4Q 2,5,6,30.33,73,98,1=8,a37,186,1g2,196,233,286,318,36#,383, 397>403,575,739,800,817 PM REF. 10ft UG. PER CIGT. IN SMOKE 1/NI tiG.lC f GT. t N SMOKE 33 2400 UG. PER L! TER 07 SMOKE 360 140 UG PER PUFF 4$3 180/ - 240/ UG. PER LITER OF SMOKE 739 81 UG. PER PUFF (NO FBLTER), 82 UG, PER PUFF 800 (ACETATC FILTER), 48 UG. PER PUFF (COMBINATION ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) 856 UG. PER C 6 GT. IN UNF! LTERED SMOKE, 208 UG. PER CIGT. IN FILTERED SMt3KE *ACETALDEHYDE, HYDROXY g~2 T L C2M402 2 ACETALOOL USE BUTAttAL, 3-biYDROXY *ACET! C PM ACID 01 TS LP C2H4Q2 2.&,6,3f-32e102r157,158,233,2§6 ,257 2Gb,3!£3,357e382,395r 405,599.732,759,763=780,t342,8",853l875 800 UG. PER C iGT. i N SMOKE REF. 100$ U`G./CiGT. IN SMOKE 157 0.0245 M.EQ. PER CIGT. IN 8R6GHT TOBACCO, 0.0133 PER EIGT. IN BURLEY TOBACCO 357 1032 UG. PER CIGT. (BRIGHT), 845 UG. PER CIGT. tBtlRLEY), 654 UG. PER CIGT. (TURKISH) 1$Z 49 PERCENT OF TOTAL AE iilS PRESENT 48 437 UG. PER CIGT. (ALL-BRIGHT), 235 UG, PER (ALL-BURLEY) . *ACET I C AC tD BENZYL ESTER #9 T L C9Ht0i?2 2,2W741 *ACETIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER 59 S L C6H1202 137,569 60 A002#-11's A0020-02 A9120-03 60 A0030-01 A0030-02 A0#30-#3 A0030-0 A0030-0 M.EQ. A0030-96 CsGT. A0030-08 A1030-99 A00311-0 A8i1311-12 49030-t A#0311--t
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'A REF. 369 tUGIC$GT. *ACETIC ACID, ETHENYL ESTER 09 S L C4%502 739 REF. 739 r UG/PUFF 0.5 (NO FILTER), 0.5 {11ZAT£ FILTER), 0.2 (COMB. ACETATE ASSORBERT iLTER) *ACET i C AC ID, ETHYL ESTER 09 T SLP C#H802 2,6,31,32,81,t37,266,369,465,498,499,739,$42,87t REF. 137 2 t3G!'C i GT. 739 tJG/PUFF 1.0 (NO FILTER), 1.0 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.3 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) ACETIC AC! D, HENDECYL ESTER 09 233,318 *ACET I C AC t 0, HYDROXY 91 02 2,6,157,159,543 REF. 157 UG/CIGT. BR.-i2+p, 543 SR. 290 tiG/C f GT. I *ACETtC ACID, 2-HYDROXYPHE31YE. 01 I I 132 T L C13t-12602 S L C2H403 TS L CSH$03 *ACETIC ACID, 3-HYDROXYPHENYL W 28 TS L C8H803 132 *ACET IC AC 1D, k-HYOROXYPHEkYf. 01 28 132 TS L C8H803 *ACETIC ACID, 3-INOOLYL 01 14 26 T 2,573,749,856 L C1*ti9N02 *ACET 1 C AC i D, METHYL ESTER 09 S LP C3H602 2,6,98,137,369,373,575f739,817,871 REF. 15 UGrC10T. 137 8 OGTCIGT. 739 1.7 t3GiPi3FF (NO F9LTER)t t.6 t1G13't3FF (ACETATE FILTER)# 0.5 #tG1PtJFF (COMO. ACETATE ASSORBENT F t LTER) PAGE 86 A0045-0 J1045-02 A3#45°-~ ~Y1j• 14#45- 175 A0080- A0080- w *ACETIC ACID, NITRILE 25 S LP C2H3l1 ~14t AO#90-
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I I I I I I :1 I I *ASRARAGtliE $7 26 T LP CAH8N2G3 2,65,12k,2~,3£~1 ,415,t'~:812,8§5 REF. 65 +600 UG/CtGT. IN BRIGHT TL$. 812 BRIGHT-AVE. 2832 UGIG., TURiCESH-AVE. 1062 UG/G., B4JR4.EY-AVE. 2163 UG/G *AS PART i C AC @ i! 07 26 TS LP C4H7!!04 2,65,115,124,294,363,381 ,59i,812,835 REF. 12 UG/CIGT. IN SMOKE 65 180 UG/CIGT. IN BRIGHT TOB. 812 BR! GHT-AVE. 284 UG/G. , TURK i S31 -AVE. 453 UG/G. , BURLEY-AVE. 9 730 UG/G. X ~°. ASTRAGAi. i N USE Fl.,4VANE, 40,5 , 7-TR! 6iYDROXY-3-GLUCt3S ! GE *AUXI ii 01 21 T L C18H3#{?4 2 *AZULEtdE 2,6 *SAR R UM 2,283 BEHENIC ACID USE DOCOSANOIC ACID *BENZALDEMYDE 6,13,383,397,480 ~ *BENZALpE~33E, 3, 4-[DlHYCROXY 04 ~ *BEMZAI.QEFiY[3E, 3, 5-t3IM£Tiit9XY-4-FiYDR4}XY 779 04 10 28 S L C9H1 #04 I I I , *BENZALDEHYt7E, 2-HYDROXY 04 2,860,332,592 *BElfZAt,DE?fYUE, 3-HYDROXY 779 18 S t. C1$E4£3 19 T L BA 04 TS L C7s46Q 3# S L C7H603 28 i'S L C714&C2 04 28 S L C7146t?2 02 CIBH3205 PAGE 132 A055-0 A#455-0 At4s5-03 A0455-0 A14,5-6 310 A1147#-01 328 A047E-029 A047#-i3 128 A047S- R11475-02 137 801111 -6 Bf#o ~-0 122 B00W 811smh 122 8111135-0 811110,35-#
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*8'CNZOFLUOP,AltT!!€M£-3 4 1$ S L CZ0) 2 7129', l67. 331.334-33+~ 826,878 REF. 11f 0.1 PPM IN SMO,KI 878 0437 UG/C3GT ltt SENZO (3, i4)-AtNO BE!lZO Oi. 11) Fi.UORtRTi3ENE SENZflFLtiORARTH£NE (334)-Il H ,33fi,842 *SENZtJF"LUORMTN£ME-)!.i t FLUt3RA,ttTH£ti£ . *BENZQFE.dlQRAi{THENE-11 12 18 5-L C20H12 aEF. ~1i'4'61~~~~~~~s6~~~3iai3s~~~ BEHZ® (C, 0) FL41d?RANTHEF1E 3 s S L C1 9H12 2,6 BERZO-(GEf1 )-FLUt}RAPiTHENE USE BENZO (lf, N, 0) FLUORANTHENE BCt#Zt3 (14, N, 0) FLUORANTHENE 18 S L CZ8HtO 11 i67 33t 33~-335 29 77 23 , , , . REF. 1~7 0.1 PP1t dt~ SW9E " *SEMZOFLUOREME-i, 2 18 2 5,34,878 REF. 8J8 0.041 UGOC 3 GT. IN SMOKE S L Ct7H42 BClIZtiFLUOREk£-2, 3 18 S L Ci 7MI2_ 2 60673335 REF. 197 0.5 PPM IN S14OiE BENZO (A) F3.UOREXC-5H USE DEMZOF"LUOREltE-~i , 2 BENZO (A) Fl.liURC!!E--11H USE 8CliZOFLUOREME-1 , 2 BENZ#3 (8) FLUOttCllE-11 H USE BENZOFLUORCME-2, 3 18 S L C20H13 18 S L C20HI 2 2 7:tl4,i29,l~67,331 ,3,3~+-336,842,878 ~lEF. 1~7 ii.1S-0.2 PPM t!i SMOKE 878 0.037 UGlC6C:1. !!i BEl4Z0(3eO-A!O BENZ'O($#,t 1 ) 252 9i2b5-0 502E5-02 50265-03 e~~~= 2a2 9f275-0 80275-02 B#275-0 B0275-0 80275-0
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PAGE BENZDFLUO4EN£ (1, 2)-9-METPYL 18 S L Ci$#t$# 230 50325-0t 2 6,34,878 B0315-0 REF. W #.935 UG/CIGT. IN SMOKE 8032a-0 8ENZO (A) FLtJ#?REilE, MErHYE.-1t H USE BENZOf'LUtiR£NE (1, 2)>9-KETHYL $0330-#t *SENZOt C AC i€!~~~~~7.~ i~tq TS L C7~St?2 ~+ 2,6,,i; R ,3~2,;~E}.~`g ~.9/~~,iiJ ii!.i~}iti 1 .l~Ts!7,.~~/ b~p.~~y a7i"7V~f',/.a2ff59 ~.P ~L . .7~ ii 4 • ~i7 t9r 313 JUG/C 3GT. 3SR-26.8 BU2L. 32.9 YURK.-43.9 3 2 .2 PERCENT OF 't0UL AC IDS IN T6BACCO *BENZOIC ACID BENZYL ESTER 09 S L C14fi1202 862,d,3 REF. 862 4 UG/C:GT. IN SMOKE ~ *BENZo1 c A~z~+, 3 f 4-01N"QRt3XY 01 ~ ~'S-~. G~"M6O~ *NE@#ZOtC ACIt?, 3, 5r-4iMETM$XY-4-HYt3R£tXY 132 !1 10 28 S !. C9Hl!!}§ *BENZO9 C Ay t i3 2-HYDROXY 01 28 S L C?14fi03 374384 *BENtO IC ACi D, 3-N YDR!}XY 132 09 28 TS L C7H6fl3 *BENZt?iC AClt3, 4-tiYDROXY 01 28 TS L C?'H6O3 132 *5EN20 IC ACI t3, 4-MYDROXY-3-METNOXY 132 01 !0 28 TS L G$H$04 - *SENZOi C AG ID, 3-HYDNOXY-A-METtfOXY 334 #1 to 28 S 3. CBM804 METHYL ES R 2-MYDROXY *aENZQ1E ACIt3 , ~~ , 26 T L CM03 122 80335°-2 2035-f2 9i33§-0 80335-0 80335-05 212 S034-0 89340--$ $434-03 154 80345-01 B#345-i2 198 80359-02 50350-03 138 8035s-91 3#3s5-0x 138 80360-0 5i361-0 138 $0365--0 50365- 80$7# 168 110375-0 166. 103~
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BENZOIC ACID, NITRILE ~5 S P C7H5N 103 g~~~-02 I BENZO (At NA'HTHACENE USE DIBENZANTHi;ACENE-1,2,6,7 I I 1 8 S L C18H12 228 80400-#1 2,114,842 88400-82 , I BENZOPYRAN (1,2),2,7,8-TRiMETHYL-6-HYDROXY-2(40,80,12OZ,160,20@,240, I I BENZONITRILE USE BENZI3IC ACID, NITRILE 80395-01 *BEFiZOPHENANTHRENE-3, 4 280, 32P-aCTAMETHY L-3P, 7~ 11 P,15V,19@ 2~, 273.~- TRITRIACGNTAflCTENYU 14 ~8 37 T L G53H8002 748 16 2,49,63,545 REF. 49 0.95 PERCENT OF BR I GHT TOBACCO BY PlE I GHT BENZ®PYRENE-1 2 18 S L C20H12 252 ~ 2,4,1,3rt,38,114,167-8,177,27#,331 ,334-7,339,341-3,826,842 REF. 0.003 UG/CIGT. 167 0.1 PPM. I N SMOKE I I *BENZOPI'RENE-3,4 18 TS LP C20H12 252 ?--6,8,18,27 ,25,29,34-41,94,97,114,161 ,162,164-168 171-18# 6 183-184~ 27#~33 -337 3~~~3 8~34863~~3824313~41~a2,456, 3,5 ,57' ,7 ®7 ,~! , , , , 45, ~ i 860t878,9t 1 REF. 0.003 UG/CIGT. IN TOBACCO 4 0.023-0.030 UG/CIGT I z 0.008 UG/CIGT. 3~ 0.021 UG/CIGT. IN SMOKE 38 0.16 UG/CiGT. 39 0.012 UG/CIGT. 4# 0.03 UG/CIGT. ~ 41 #.0i4-A.i1 UG/CIGT. 97 0.190 UG/CIGT. 167 /.7 PPM IN SMOKE ~ ~49 ®.01 UG/CIGT. 456 •.10-0.12 UG/CIGT. I 824 QRIGF#T TEfB.-0./53 UG/C9GT., BURLEY TOB.-°O.024 UG/CIGT. 7 1 1.19 PPM t!1 MAIMo TREAM SMt?KE, 2.51 PPM IN S I DESTREAM 804 (FLUORESCENT SPECTRAL STUDIES) 0.007-p.008 U6/ClGT. (BULGAR. ) B0445-#1 $0405-82 Bl40a-$~ B04i5-8 Bf4#5-05 B64t5-i6 8041l-01 B041E-82 80410-i3 B0410- 4i B0k15-i1 Bo415-#2 80415-84 D04t5-i BB415-o 5 Bl415-06 B0415-i BB415-09 B*415-09 B i415-1 # QB415-11 6~415-1 B#y15-1 ~ so415-i BB415-1 8~415-1 5l415-2 B*41.5-1~ 8015-19 80415-2 G~1 ~-2 90415-2t
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PAGE 82,b~ BRIGHT T~~OrBtt.~-f.~025 ~lf~CiG~T4 ,~, BURLEY TtM,-C.011 ~3~G/t;tG~`. a/-4~15-23 p~ .~. O"t~ f.i~~~ Vi2,~L.I~i7[. t~ i If.~L PPM) ~II"9;#~s-'~~f 878 0.021- UG1c I Gr, - - sim5-as~ 896 0.022 t1GlCtGT. IN TAR (MD. TftB.) 50#15-Z~S BENZO (A) PYREME USE BENZOpYR£tdE-3, 4 SENZ€} (E) P'fREllE USE 8EliZC+PYRENE-t, 2 BEFiZt1PYaEla~tE (1, 2)~-R3HYORC 18 S L C201i1~ L,6 SEl4ZOPY ~~E, 8~ gHYt3#~XY 18 30 S L C2~~i12.02 .~'. BENZtiPYREME-3, #, METHYL 18 S L WH1# 2,8h2 BENZO (A4 P"YREME, Si3BST 6 TUTEO 18 *BENZCQt3 I MONE-1 , 4 31 S, Lp C"#02 6 aCNZYL ACETATE USE ACEi' i C AC t t3, eEM2YL ESTER VENZYL ALCOHOL USE TOLUENE, 6-HYDROXY SENZYL SENZt?ATE USE BE34ZOiC ACID, BENZYl. ESTER SENZYL CINNAMdtT"E USE C i NNAM! C AC ! Q, $ERM ESTER *SERYLi.IUM 19 T L 8E 290 *BETl1# ME 2 ~'i 26 T~, CSt~111~2 PL~3S /G M w
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826 ~*BiPYRti3YE.-$, 30 t~ 2 2~8 285 44; bah 26 TS LP Ctil4Bl12 1 t `77ti6IC€GT.` i~d SMOK~ REF. zt8` BISMUTH 210 19 T L 63 ' 880 REF. 880 0.4# PI COCtlR! E/C! GT. IN TOBACCO I *BURBEQL 02 T L C1ON180 2 ~ I*BQRQ4 19 T L REF. 753 15.2-18.# PPM. (GREY FLUE-CURED TOBa) 2,354,753,815 Bl50S-02 885115-03 . *BUTAD i ElfE-1 , 2 16 S L C4H6 739 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 0.2 (NO FILTER), 0.2 (ACETATE F9LTER', 0.1 (Ct+2. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) *Bl~TA4 t ENE-1 , 3 16 S LP C4H6 Pm 2,6,12,60,~~~~~~9:797,817 REF. 50 UG/CIGT. 739 UG/PUFF 4 3 (NC! F3LTER) # . ~ , 5. fACETATE FIf.TEFf), 2.8 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) i\: ~ I *BUTAt3 I ENE-i , 3-METHYt,-2 16 37 S LP C5H8 ~ 2,5,6,14,98,137,185,325,575,797,817 r~ PM 9U UG/C 1 GT. IN SMOKE ~ REF. $#0 UG/C 8 GT. t N SMi',KE G« 54 80510-01 Bi510-02 6051l-0 $l510-04 54 80515-81 60515-02 Bl515-B~ B1i51 a-# B#515-05 $#515-#6 68 61520-01 80520-02 a1s20-04 60,~2# -0 *BUTANAi. 04 S 1.P C49i80 s 72 00525-01 01 ~ 10525-02 1 . 7 1$ UGiC GT. 80525-0739 0.8 UG/PUFF (NO FILTER), 1~.8 UG/PUFF (ACETATE F'It,TEtt~, 61525-~~ 0.2 UG/ PUFF f Ct~ 1 lIAT I®t~ ACETATE ABSORBENT F t~.TE'A, 80§25~-05 1*8s~TA~t~., 3-~+YORCxY ~# S ~. C0802 88 ~~~~~~ 2,5 $~~~3 137 1 ~2 2 8 13 ~ , , 77,73.7e 17 ' ~ REF
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I I *BUTANOIC AC ID, 4-AMINO 07 26 T5 L c4H9x02 ` 2 65,t15 124 812 855 REF. 812 8klGN~'-AYC 136 UG/G., TURKISH-AVE. 181 11GfG., BURLEY-AVE. 107 UG/G. I BUTl4N{i IC A.C 3 G, 2-AM2 NO-4-HYDR4XY 02 26 T L C"9M43 07 124 *BUTAti4IC AClD ETHYL ESTER +13 , S z C6Ht202 2,6,3l,32,266,842 I ~ *B113'Altt3! C AC ! D, 2-HYDROXY-3-METHYL 01 T L C5N9Q3 02 885 I .~ *BUTdlHGIC ACit3, 2-METHYL oi T L C5H1;'f02 2,732 I ~ *BUTANOIC ACID, 3-METHYL #3 T L C5H1#02 2,257,266,316,317,357,465,"*,732,763,784 ~ *BUTAltO1C ACID, 3-METHYL, ETHYL ESTER W9 S L C1Mt *t32 2,266,465 mh99t8#2 I *BUTANOIC ACIO, MfTR{LE 25 S L C,ON 369 ~ 26 REF. 36 ~ 5 13ft Ct GT . ~ I *Bu--ANOL-t 02 S !. C4Hl00 3`c C 196,369 , REF. 369 SUGICtGT. I ~ ~ ~ *BUTAl+Oi.-2 02 S L C4#i! OO ~ ~ 369 . RkF. 369 LESS THAN 4 UG/ClGT. ~ ~ OUTMt?L-ISQ USE PROPANOL M-2-METHYL PACE 20 103 50590-fit 30595-#1 119 30595-192 805954eq $05'3a-0 116 9i6#0-0t e0"9-02 89-05-01 117 BM5-02 SW5-0~ 80665-v.* 102 6061#-01 80610-02 102 10635-01 8#615-02 80620-01 130 81620-02 8062+3-13 69 00625-01 58625-02 B0:5-03 00625-04 14 1#630-0i 506M-02 50638-03 74 ~~~542 ~3~43 I
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PAGE 2 *B€#TAROKE-2 21 TS LP C4H8fl 2.5,6,11 12,,33 73,58.118,i37,I96,233,2~,318t575,739s8Z 7 AE~'. ~i CtGlCI6T. 33 ~ t~G/~.. OF SMOKE 137 ~ uC/CIGT. 739 UG/PUFF 10 (NO FILTER), 9.4 (ACETATE FILTER), 2.3 (CO" . ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) ~ *8UTANO*E (2) ,~ :-~4ETHY~. 21 S LP C5Ni00 REF. i C fGT . 13~' t 3g~g~ 739 UCfPUFF 1.0 (NO F1LTEft), 1.0 (ACETATE FILTER), ~ 0.2 (CtM . ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) 86 60650-0t 5i650-92 8065i-#3 5065#-04 80650--05 *sUTENAL-2 04 Ts LP C4H64 74 Bl655-01 2 6,33,137:396:739,817 ' 50655-62 I REF. 33 60 t9-GlL. OF SMOKE ~~555-~~ 137 14 UG/CIGT. 739 1.6 UG/PUFF { N£} FiLTER) , 1.6 tSGiPtWF (ACETATE FILTEit ),5 55-05 0.3 UC1 PUFF ( C0MSIMAT ! ON ACETATE ABSC#RSE!!T F€ LTER) 80655- ~*Bt~TEl~E-1 16 S~.P C4H8 56 S~f-~~ 12 #4,325,739,797,8i7 8066~-02 REF. 73~ ~C!'t~FF 6.2 (!!Q FILTER), 7.6 (ACETATE FILTER), lsom-t'A #.6 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT F t LTER) Stw I I *€3tlTEtdE-2 ( C f S+ TRA?iS ) 16 S LP C4H8 56 8"65-01 97 817 2AL-65-9113 2 t 2 t& 9 2 ,, 0 573 3 7 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 4,1 (NC FILTER), 4.4 (ACETATE FILTER), 80665-0 2.8 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) (CIS) 8#6Ei5-0 UG/PUFF 2.9 (NQ FILTER), 3.6 (ACETATE FILTER) 8~l~~5-~ 2.1 (COMB. ACFTATE ABSORBENT FILTER) (fRANS) 5- 4 1 *8UTENE (4) ,2 , 3-D3 METHYL 16 37 S L C6H12 84 90670^11 I 877 5111679-0 REF. 877 0.08 UGt PUFF 1l67it-0 ~ *BUTEWE tt )-3,3-D#METHYL 877 -, 16 37 S L C6H12 94 ~~~~ ~x ~~*5UTEKE (1), 2-METHYL 16 37 S L C5H10 At7 325 739 797 ~ t . REF. 739 UG/PUFF 47 (NO FILTER), 47 (ACETATE FILTER), 1 18 (COM s ACETATE ABSORBENT ri LTER) 7
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' PAGE 22 *au}Trur t2j 2,.mrTyYL 19 a 27 S L Ccuad 74 *A"C a 3.2 (CE?MB. ACETATE A,BSt3RB€MT FILTER) 13f685_ i 324,739,797 1#~~-~ REF. 739 UG/PUFF 6.8 {NC FtLT€R}, $.5 (AC€TATE F'iLT€R), 50"5-0 *eUT€![€ M, 3-METHYL 16 37 S L C5Hlf 7$ B06 - 0.9 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) 80690-0 325,739 ,797,817 5 ~-02 REF. 739 UG~~#!FF 1.6 (NO FILTER), 1.9 (ACETATE FILTER), 50fi90-03 0.9 UGf P3FF ( Ct3M $!lAT i 4M ACETATE Wt3RSEMtT F 3 LT€R $0695 -05 *BUT€NE-W--2-OliE 21 S L C"O 70 8#6-0t 137,739 ~~ ~~~-02 REF. 137 28 t~, C~T, tS9Sw~ 739 3.7 UG/PUFF (4~{~ FlLT€f~) 3.5 UG/PUFF (ACETATE FILTER) ~~ BUTENE M-2-OW€, 3-METNYL 369 REF. 369 45 UG/CtGT. 21 S,-L C51i8p *BUT€Mfl ! C AC ! D-2 4 TRANS 3 01 T L C" 02 2 382,732 REF. 362 7.3 PERCENT OF TOTAL AC t DS IN TOBACCO 0.1 UG/PUFF (CtMNATlON ACETATE A8SOi#€NT FILTER) 8071#F-05 REF. ?3~ 0.4 UG/PUFF (NO FILTER), 0.4 UG/PUFF (ACETATE FILTER), ~#~~~"0 8# 0070f-sO B#7"--# 30700-0 86 5t705-01 5l705-02 $0705-i3 *8UT€MOt C AC iD-2 ,W3 TRI LC (3'RAh1S ) 25 S L C4M5li 67 8071 #--01 26 5#71#-02 *BUTENOIC ACID-3, MITRILF BUTEM#1NE *'BUT£M-M-3-YMC 325 BUTYLACETATE USE AC€T 3 C AC I 16 S LP ChH4 Y!» ESTER 67 80715-01 90715-42 00720- 52 $0725 8#725 907M 1 BtJTYLtIt NC, t SC USE PROPANE, I--AM3NC-2-#lETE#YL ~ !~-~73~ ,.,•, 25 S P C4HSli 26 USE BUTENE M-2-€?N€
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' I E QUTYLENE, t S{# USE PROPENE, Z-Mf.THYL I OBUTYLPfT#1ALATE-!i USE PHTHAL ICAC 1 D, DIStii'YL ESTER *SUTYME-1 I E I I I I I I I I I I 325 PAGE 2 16 S i.F C" 54 Bl750-0 3075l-92 BUTYRALDEHYDE-ISO USE PRCPAdiAi., 2-METHYL 50755-01 BUTYRAl.i3EHYDE-#f USE BUTANAL BUTYRIC ACID-ISO USE PROPA140IC ACtD, 2-M£THYL BUTYRIC ACID-N US: BUTANOIC ACtD 11 BUTYMC ACID, 4-HYDRQXY-2-Amtltfl USE BUTANOIC ACID, #-HYDROXY-2-AMIKO 80775-0 BUTYRIC ACID, 2--METHYL USE BUTANO4C ACID, 2-METHYL 8i7U BUTYROMtTR! LE, 9 St3 USE PRCPAMOP C AC tD, 2-METHYL, N! TR ILE 8#7$5-i# BUTYROti3TR1LE-t4 USE BUTANOIC ACti3, lilTR3l.E CAFFEIC ACID USE CINRAMtC ACID, 3,4-DtHYDROl(Y CAFF'EOYLGLtlCOSE--1-0 08 30 T L C15HIB09 378 CAFFEOYLQUIRIC AC3D-3-0 01 09 30 T LP Ct6HI8t19 2,58, 9 88,12, 141 2 ~"R,44$ 49,446 604.&5, 66 REF. 58 BRIGHT TOBACC ~~34 264 29~6 24 ~ ~ 161,47343 ~37~~ rS~~3 ~~ ~ ~Ar~ ~f~~5 $ ~ 80790-01
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I I I I I I V I I I I I I I PXiE 19 CdlPROI C A,C !D (I SO), At.PFtA-#lYt3Rt3XY USE LEUC I CAC I D Gos"-#I CAPROIC ACID (ISO),BETA-HYQROXY USE PEliTR#IOIC AC3D,3-N'ft~?PtOXY-4-METHYL Ct3090-01 CAPRONITRILE-AI USE IfEXA@iQiC ACID, ttITRILE CAPRYLIC ACID USE CCTti`NOIC ACID *CARBAZQLE 14 26 aL Ct 2H9Ii 128,i,4,368,S26 873 REF. 0.7 UG1C[G. 128 0.7 YG/TUttKISH CIGT. 368 1 IlGpC1GT. CARBAZOLES, METHYL REF. *CARBON 14 32$ 0.15 UG/TURKISH CIGT. 128,)5A 0.15 UClCIEsT. 122 r 26 S L C13IillH 19 S P C *CARBON DI t3X I Qt: ~ S LP C02 PM 2a5'6a1U1"O4~C~CtGT.i7I:a253.1~7a~2~,822 REF. 67,000 UGICIGT. 134 7.~-8.i! PERCENT BY VOLUME *CARBON I3 I SULFI QE 19 36 S I. CS2 131 REF. 131 /s2 U:.ICIGT, *CARBON Mt!ltQX I I3E 19 S€.P CO, 2r5a6,11 12,114,30,42.134,l7#,2P4,259,607:861 PM ii MOjCIGT. itEt`'. 1/ 000 UGIC I GT. 42 0.15 PERC'ENTICIGT. 134 2.0 PERCENT BY VOLUME *CARBON t?Xe~`CS~iLFItsE 19 36 S L.P GOS I e6 ~ ,6,lf F ,R~!F<,t ih 44 C-T120-9 W20-02 col wo #E iIE ci 120-43
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14 28 T L C401i5603 *FLt3t3RAidTHEliE 18 TS LP C16H1O ft 2.3,#,5.6,18,27:28 25,167-8,177s334-6,467 826,866 REF. TOB. 0.15 tJVC t G. : SMOKE 0.3 UG, R1G. 167 2.5-3.5 PPM SMOKE 460 1.38 UG/G. TOBACCO (BURLEY) FLUORANTHENE,ALKYt, 167,334-6 REF. 167 1.5-2.0 PPM SMOKE Fi.UORAliTHEN£, €? ! hEETH'tL 2,6 FLUORANTHENE, 8-METHYL 77 *FL.UORE#IE 2,6,18,34 177,826 REF. S~f{~.E ~,1 lJG.fCIG. 18 S L ~ 18 S L C18H14 18 .~ S L C17H12 18 S L C l 3H i # 18 S L S L CB4Htl02 Cl 4H12 18 S L C14i12 18 S L C21H14 4*FqP,MALDEH'lDE 04 TS LP CHZ0 2,6,13,30,33,73,118,192,196.360.739.842 PM SMOKE #5 UG./CtG. REF. 33 ~O UG/L. OF SMOKE 360 2 UG/PUFF 739 UG/PUFF 4.1 (NO Fl3,TER;, 3.6 (ACETATE FILTER), 3.5 (CflMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) 230 F1f1"-01 F01f1l-82 216 Fl1t5-01 F6105-02 166 FOtii-0t F6a10-#2 Fi11l-i3 210 F0t 15-0 F91 15-02 180 F0120-01 F0t 20-02 180 F#125-# F01 25-02 266 F0t,311- FO1 M-
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08 F~165-0 886 F0165-?0- 46 F#1 #0-0't F01 49-02 F01 40-03 F01 ~t-~+ Fil1 ~-05 F0t 40-0b F014-118 F111i40a09 74 F#14S-01 F~14S-02 F0145-03 F01 45-04 88 F0150-01 F0150-02 F0150-0 ~ FO150-8 *FQRM! C AC tD, METHYL ESTER ti9 S LP C2E~#O2 60 F0155-01 '37,369,739,8#2,8#8,851,871 F0155-02 REF. 137 30 UG/CIGT. F$155-; 739 UG/P'SFF 3.6 (Nt3 F 3 LTER) , 3.5 ( AC£TATE F E LTER) , F0155-1 1.2 (COMB . ACETATE ABSORB ENT F 1 LTER ) Fl155-/5 *FQRMi C AC i9 01 TS LP CH202 2,6,3~ 102 15 158,256,257,35?,382,479,732,759,763t7~, s~1,842,~48,853,a75 PM SMOKE 150 t~G. /C ~ G. REF. 157 M. EQ./CIGT. BR.-!l.M12, QDRL.-O./057 357 SR.-424 UG/CIGT., BURL.-355 UG/ClGT., TURK. -279 DG/C IGT . 848 179 t1G/CtGT. ~,ALL-BRIGHT), 93 UG/CIGT. (ALL-BURLEY) 853 41! QG/ClGT, (!!LL-BRiGiT), 252 UG/CIGT. (ALL-BURLEY) *FQRt9 t C AC 1 D, ETHYL ESTER 09 S L C3H602 369,739,848,87l REF. 739 UG/PUFF 0.5 (NO FILTER), 0.5 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.2 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) *FC3RMi C AC ID, i St3PR£?PYL ES TER 09 S L C4H9Q2 739 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 0.6 (NQ FILTER), 0.5 (ACETtTE FlLTER), 0.2 (COMB. ACCTATE ABSORBENT F~LTER) *FRUCTOSE 2,19,191 ,261 ,413,475,6598,827 TS L' C6li12Q6 180 FRUCTQSE(D),3-DEflXY•-1-L--ALANlNQ T L C9#i17NQ7 251 F;165-91 07 26 F0165-02 e REF. 886 M.09-0•3$ PERCENT DRY WEIGHT F#165-0 FRIiCTt3SE ( D),1-DEOXY-3 -(N-GAMt1A-AM{ N4 -BUTYR t C AC ! D) $86 REF. 886 zlz ~ 26 TL Ci9H19ND7 265 Fl170-i112 F01 70-111 0.07-0.27 PERCENT DRY WEIGHT FRi9CTQSE ( D ) , i --DE{}XY-1 -L-PRtlLIN0 ~~ 26 T 886,895 REF. 886 0.16-0.67 PERCENT DRY WEIGHT F0170-01 Ft $ 7V -A F0170-05 ~ Ff C1 g M.$ 9tt07 CP 277 F01 _ c~ F0t°/! ~ F0175- n F01 75- ~ .~ ae __~ - .~~~xe~i~..- -- _- ..'e~.. _.z~ - ~ '--"- ~,
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PAG€ I*FUMAR 6 C ACID 01 T LP C~444 e I *FURAli PM REF. 14 S LP C4H40 68 F$:85-#1 2, i 2,9=8 137,325,575.739,817 F#t85-#2 iMOK£ I" UG./C1G. ~ F#185-0 SMOKE 31 UG /CIG F0185-0 137 . . 18 UG/CIGT. F0185-0a 739 [ LT£R) , O UGIP 4.3 ) ~ C F0185-iFb 1 F7 ~ CM~ ACETATE F I LTER1 ~BS~3 RBEE lT FS18S-07 I*FURAtiCARBt}XYLi C AC iQ 8i TS L C5H403 ~ 2,6,157.159: 79:543.732 REF. SMOKE 57 UG. /C iG. 147 UG/CIGT. BR-110, BURL.-28 5 3 6$ UG/CIGT. IN SMOKE . .~ ~*FUtiAN, 2,5-fl I!4£THYL 14 S~ C6H80 I I 7 90 37,169,231 739,817 REF. 137 16 UG/CiGT. 169 45 UG/CIGT. (BRITISH) 739 UG/PUFF 4.9 (NO FILTER), 4.5 (ACETATE FILTER), 1.0 (C(MS. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) *FUR,4M, 2-HETHYL 14 S LP C5H60 2,98,137,575,739,817 PM SMOKE 150 UG.1CrG. REF. SMOKE 28 UG. /G! G. 137 20 UG/CIGT. 739 UG/PUFF 5.8 (NO FILTER) 5.4 (ACETATE FILTER), 1.5 (COMB. ACETATE aStJRBEtdT FILTER) I *FURAlI,TETRAHYpRfl ! 4 S L C4H$!3 I 137,739 ~ ~.} REF. 137 8 l.ttY/tiiC7T. 739 UG/PUFF TRACE (NO FILTER) TRACE (ACETATE 0.0 (COMB. ABSORBENT A6ETATE FILTER) *FURFURAL 4 TS LP C5H402 2,6,3i.33,i08,192,228,3~3,386:397,741.82O,822 ~ PM 80 UG./CIG. IN SMOKE REF. 80 UG./CIG. IN SMOKE 33 210 UG/L. OF SMOKE I I *FURFURAL,5-liYd3ROXYMETHYL 02 14 TS LP C614603 04 FILTER), 112 F0190-111 Filt90-#2 F#i 90-0 F01 90-i F01 9045 96 FiI95-61 F0195-*2 F0195-03 F0a 95-04 F#1 g5-#5 F@t 95-06 82 f02"-01 F#2"-# 2 F02"-O F0200-0 F02ff -0 F#24$-06 F02"-! 72 Fti20S-01 F#20S-f2 F0205-0~ F'0'~5-0F#2#5-t5
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2, 135,385,386.397 -779,820,822,90#i FURFURYL ALCOHOL USE M€THANOLr 2-FURYt, FUROIC XG ! i3 USE FURANCARBOXYLIC ACID GAL.ACTAtt 2 GALACT£9S31WEi€ USE CH€1lit3R{?SA,.~IAi€ *GALACTOSE 2,261,381 *GAi.ACTt1R0Nt€ ACID (D) 01 Tj G€NTlO€33tDSiU€-SETA to 271 *G€RANB flL 02 29 GIBBERELLIC ACID 01 22 03 IS LP C6H602 T L C12H22011 37 T L €t OHa 80 C19422t36 1'S LP €6141206 t ti F022Si-0 F0220-02 F#230- G0005-0 Gd005-02 G0010-0I 18$ G1915-~~ G0015-02 194 G002#-0l G0i12#--02 G11021.443 342 G0025-0 c002s--0a 154 C0030-~ G#03#--02 34-6 G"35-0 G0035-0 G#035-
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I T *GLUTAMi C AC I t3 07 26 TS L C5H9#0# 2,6,20,65 115,12~ 25#,363,3~+1,59~/,7~,812 REF. 1~~1~G. /C I6. IN SMOKE 20 50/50 BLEND BURL. + BR. 10 UG. /C I GT . 65 24# UG/C I GT . I N SRI GKT fOB. 812 BRIGHT-AVE. 408 UG/G. TURKISH-AVE. 678 UG/G., BURLEY-AVE. 497 U~/G. *GLUTAglItiE 07 26 TS L C51"11Ol1203 2,20,65,1 15,124S29k,38i ,59O,671,796,855 REF. 70 UG./CIG. IN SMOKE 20 50/50 BL£ti0 BURL. + BR., 7 UG/CIGT. 65 230 UG/CIGT. IN BRIGHT Tt?B. GLUTAR I C AC I Q USE P£NTAti£11 I 0I C AC I 0 r *GLUTATH I 01't£ 2 07 24 26 36 T L C1 iH17ti306S USE PR.OPAI`iOIC ACIt},2,3-DIHYDROXY 657,858 REF. 657 TRIACETIti IN FILTERS 09 = ~ *GLYCEROL 03 tS LP C3H803 2,5,6,22,29,101,321,533,734,79a 868 - PM 150 UG./CIG. IN SMOKE, .500 UG./CIG. IH T08. REF. 22 1.1 PERCENT OF SOFT RES I!i FRACT I ON ~~ 798 1.70-3.15 PERCENT HUMECTANT CONTENT OF ®OMEST 4 C 533 20"-32" UG. /C I GT. I H SMOKE 868 960-#2i# UG. /C I GT. I N SMOKE 11*GLYCERQL TRIACETAT£ 09 REF. 17 UG./CIG. IN SMOKE 812 BRIGHT-AVE. 97 UG/G., TURKISH-AV£. 178 UG/G, BURLEY-AVE. 1 48 UG/G. ' I GLYCOLALDEHYDE USE ACETALDEHYDE, HY0ROXY T LP S LP C9H406 I*yC GLI M£ 07 26 TS LP C2t#5N02 2,115,124,363,38i ,k15,5E3,590,812,855 147 Gf050-11111 G0050-02 G0OF50-0Gl1150-0 G0l50-115 G"5046 G905#-07 146 G11055-0 Gf055-0 G0055-0 ~ G9055-0G0055-05 92 GOOBO-01 G0080-1112 G0t8!4-03 G$ii89--04 GA080-0a GOl18O-06 GIOBO-07 CIGTS. 218 G00$5-01 G0085-02 Gl185-03
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I GLYCOL I C AC # D USE AC£T ! C/!C I C,HYl3ROXY GLYCQStDE(TABACi[.IFi) 0$ T L I 2 GLYCOS 10E(?'ABA,, i !i) 08 T L ~ 2 I *GLYOXAL 04 2,6,75,544 TS LP C2H202 I REF. 75 160 UG/C IGT . I GLYOXYLIC ACID GUAIACOL USE ACETIC ACiD,OXO US£ PHCHOL,2-MCTHOXY I *GUANdliE 06 14 26 T L C5H5?#50 28 I 2,93 G1S03iAM 05 26 S L 2,6 05 14 26 S LP C12NieM2 126 152 , REF. 152 U GlCtGT. BR.-16, BURL.-20 NEMELLET£!iE USE BENXCHC,1,2,3-TRlMETHYL *H%NaCCAliC 163 REF. 163 TRAICE P N TOBACCO NENOECANOiC ACIO,METF#YL ESTER 09 193 16 T C1lii24 151 G0D35-0t G#1 30-02 G01 30-03 182 H#i05-M H#105-t2 H#0115-l3 S L C1 ;422t32 186 H01120-!t iNZ "l020-i2 ~ S L C123i2402 ~~ H#025-01 ~ ~
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*HENE i CtlSANE 16 TS L C21 H4k 296 H-1i1rt30-i1 30-02 6 H 163,354 9 0 REF. 354 BURL. 6.35 UG/CIGT, BR-5.67 UG/CiGT., H00~-01 TURK-15.@8 UG/CtGT, t~.-13.31 UG/C1GT. NB038-0 163 0.018 PERCENT IN TOBACCO, 0.179 PERCENT IN SMOKE H0030-05 A 4 .~ I*°0 1{E IrEiCSAN1C ACID 193,227,872 ~ HENEICOSANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER 193 HENEICOSANOL-1 189,193 01 16 TS L C21H4202 09 S L C22H4402 02 16 TS L C21H440 3~ ~#~~ffi~-a~ H0#40-#3 *HENTR 1 ACO[6Tk?iE, N-AI~0-1 SO 16 TS L C31 H64 , 2,21 ,29 67,73,105,163,233,241 ,262,318,354,4i/,519,842,882 ~a PERCENT OF HYDROCARBONS IN TOBACCO REF 2 t . . 21 46.5 PERCENT IN GREEN LEAF, 47.0 PERCENT t N FERMENTED TOBACCO, 45.9 PERCENT IN C4GT. SMOKE 67 2301-36" UG/G. OF TOB. (AMER.CIGTS.) 163 36.5b PERCENT 9 N TOBACCO, 39.95 PERCENT 1 N SMOKE 262 4/.1 PERCENT IN BURLEY, 38.8 PERCENT IN BREGHT, 29.9 PERCENT IN TURKISH 354 UG/C 1 GT. BURL.-164, BR.-198, TURK.-31€1, MD.-288 842 194 UG/CIGT. *HENTR 1 ACONTANONE-16 2 436 H005l-01 HOOSl--02 HO85i-f3 H#05i-04 H0050-115 H0050-116 Hf05l1-i~ Hl~45f-0HIl650-09 H"5i-1 i HIi05i-11 16 21 S L C3114620 45• H#055-01 H011155-02 *HEPTACOSANE,N-AHD-1S0 16 TS L C27H56 21,105,163,233,262,31$,354 REF. 21 3.9 PERCENT IN GREEN LEAF, 6.7 PERCENT IN FERMENTED Tt18ACC0, 6.0 PERCENT IN C! GARETTE SMOKE 105 7.5 PERCENT 163 .780 PERCENT IN ''OBACCO, 10.350 PERCENT IN SMOKE 262 ~.78 PERCENT IN BURLEY, 5.71 PERCENT !N FIRtGHT, 8.60 PERCENT IN TURKgSH 354 UG/CtGT. BURL.-21, BR.-53, TURK.-131, MO.-49 ~ HEPTACOSANOIC ACID 01 16 TS L C27H5k02 193  HEPTACOSANOiC ACtp,M£THYL ESTER 09 S L C28H5602
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'B I I a I Tt3£iACCO, 0.5 PERCENT IN C I GT . SMOKE 163 9.654 PERCENT 1 N TOBACCO 0.899 PERCENT IN SMOKE 262 0.49 PERCENT I N BURLEY, f.02 PERCENT I di BR I GHT, 1.37 PERCEI~iT I N TIfRKI SH 354 UG,/C3GT. BURL.-2.76, BR.-3.24, TifR9C.--15.15, Mt}.-31.87 *I•3EXACOSAI'iGI C AC I Q 2,6,193 01 16 HEXAC£35At{0I C AC I D,HETHYL ESTER ~69 S L C27H5402 193 I I I I *HEXACOSAliOi,-1 193 02 16 TS L _ C26H540 ~-• HEXADECAS) I ENE(1 ,3)-2,6,10,1k-TETRAMETIaYL 45 16 37 S L C20H38 TS L C26H5202 I$ExADECA0iEHE(1,3)-3,7,11,15-TETP.AMETH•!L 16 37 S L C2iH38 45 *HEXAtlEC61NE 16 TS L C16H34 163,354 REF. 163 0.013 PERCENT I hl TOBACCO, TRACE I hl SMOKE 354 UG/CIGT. Ev,^RL.-5.77, BR.-9.57, TuRlC.-14.64, ~s-f~ `~oY2 *HEXADECAliOI C AC 143 o1 16 TS L C16H3202 2,5,6,21 ,22,29,159,193A227,233 281 ,318 384,519,872,875 REF. 22 2.8 PERCE~iT OF SOFT RESfN FRACTiON 875 55 PERCENT I I'i BULGAR I AN OFt I ENTAL TOBACCO RESi NS I *HEXADECANOIC ACID,METHYL ESTER 2,193,519,847 HEXAiIECANOI C AC I Q, SOLANESYL ESTER 71,86 i69 T L C17H3402 ~69 37 T L C61Hl04c~2 PAGE 5f Hot 30-t1* Hlil 39-85 Ho13#-06 H01,30-i7 Hil130-08 HO 13#-09 396 H0t 35-01 H0135-i2 410 H01 40-0 I+i0i 4i-02 Ho1 40-03 382 H0145-01 H$14S-02 H015l-01 278 HOISO-02 H31§#-03 H0155-@ 278 H#155-t2 H9y ws-0.+t 226 Hffii60-01 H$1£0-02 H1160-0 Hil2 ~-94 Hillbi-05 256 H0165-0 HO=b5-ii2 H0165-1il~ H0165-~ 270 H0170-01 IV f T013 Hilt 5-01 868 Ho1 ~5-02 Hot 5-~ ~1~5-11
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REF. 86 0.011 PERCENT OF CRY WEIGHT EdEXADECAd#t1! C AC t D, ST i GMASTERYL AJ+D/©R BETAS 1 Tl3STERYL ESTER ~~ 35 T L C45HAW2 71 *NEXADECAN®L-1 02 16 Ts L C163i34Q 1 93 HEXADECA-2, 6, S O,1 4-TETRAENE,3, 7,11 15^TETRA?4ETtiYR. R 37 S L C20H34 881 REF. 881 2-5 ttG/CiGT. HEXbD£CENE(1 )-3-MlETiiYLENE-7,11 ,15-TRilrS€THYL 16 37 'rS LP Cx#H38 i ,2,45,182,225,228,232,255 2$0 ,4k2,741,883 REF. 0.1 PERCENT IN SM{3R i 2" ilG1C iCT. i N SMOKE 182 (UG./G. OF Tt38. SMOKED) TURA. 235, BRIGHT 18#, BURLEY 2" ##2 #.o6 -#.1 PERCENT OF DRY WEIGHT OF TOBACCO LEAF HEXADECENOIC ACID-9 01 16 S L C16H3002 2,6 HEXADECEN(2)-1-t3L,-3,7,11 ,15-TETRJIMETHYL 02 37 S L C2614400 847,872 H01 90-0 274 H#1 90-02 H#1 90-13 H01 90-!f NEXADt ENAL 04 s P Ld.H80 96 H#21 #- NEXADi YME 16 S P C6H6 78 R021 5 HEXA33YCRt1FARNESYL ACETONE USE PENTADECAN-2-04#E,-6,1#,14-TRtMETHYL H0220- *HEXA41AL 369 04 S L C6H124 REF. 369 12 UC1ClGT. *HEXAME 16 S P C6H1A 1ot N0225- H#225- H#225- 8SH02m-
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I I I I I I . 325,739a797,817 ttEF. 739 UG/PUFF 1./ (NO FILTER), 1.2 (ACETATE F1LTER), 0.5 (COMB. ACETATE ASSCRc3EliT FILTER) *HEXAMED IOIC AC dD 01 - 2 6,159 277,543 REF. 543 ~ UG/CIGT. (BRIGHT) *H€XAli£t3 i BQ55 AC #D, 2-AM IH{1 07 S L C6H1Ot34 26 T L C6N11 04li *HEXANOIC ACID 01 TS L C6H12C2 2a6a32,266 316,31~,3S7,382a732,763 7~i 871,873 ' a REF. 357 DR1~GNT-53. i3G/CiCT,, Bi3RUY-71.1 L'G/ClGT., TURKtSH-1k8.4 t3G /CIGT. 382 3.5 PERCENT OF TOTAL AC t DS ! N TOBACtO I HEXANOIC ACii?,2,6-l3tAMlNt3 USE LYSINE I *HEXANOIC ACID ETHYL ESTER 1 S L C8H1602 2 ~69,#65,499, ' 2 6,31,32,266 g REF. 319 1 t3G/c . *4i£XAhtOlC ACID,NITRILE 25 S L C6H11 N I 26 369 I REF. 369 1 UG/CIGT. H£XAMtDN£ 21 S P C6li120 I I HExATRiACOMTAD£CA£tt£(1,3,6,1/ 14 ,18 22,26,3#a3~+), R!0l1A~'tETNYL(3a7a11,1~,19a2i a~7a3~,35) 16 37 S L 181 45H72 I H£XATRtACQNTANc?RAEME(1 6 10 14 ,18 22,26,30, 7a1i a15.19,23,27a3f,i5-6CTAWf i^tYL 3k)-3-P~4£T!~`lLCtt£- 16 37 S L C4,"72 I 181 I *M£XEN£ 16 S P c6Hl 2 877 146 H0235-81 H-0235-02 H0233-03 116 H8245-01 H0245-#2 "24a-04 Mp245-$ H0245-05 H027#-41 H027f-lF2 612 H827i°0 F0270-
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Ft# 30S3G. f C I G. I!f S!'}OIC£ REF. 877 ~+.~ UG/PUFF 0-H£X£NE) t ' *N£XEM£--2$~ANS ) REF. 877 0.12 UG/PUFF *H9 STAMI N£ 664 16 06 14 26 S L C{HI2 e B *H3ST101N£ 07 14 26 2,65 t363:381,41k,812,855 REF. 65 170 @9GlC!GT. lif e.RIGHT TOBa T L C5HM T LP C6ti9li302 812 BRIGHT-AVE. 220 UG/G., TURK1SH-Agf£. 258 UG/G., BURLEY-AVE. 433 t#Gf G. t HOMOSERINE USE BUTYRIC ACIl3,4-1iXDROXY-2-AMtN0 r 1 a e a i ~ e t HY€3Rt1CARS0NS ( CYCL ! r PARAFFI NS ) 1I1 HYUROCARBO!!S(OL£Ft NI C)C1OH16 2 HYDROCARSO?iS(!3L£F! Nt C)C1OH18 2 HYf3R#?CAR£ONS (Oi.£F IN i C) Ci 1 H20 2 H'tDRQCARS03eS ( PARAFF i NS ) C25 2,5,21 HYOROCARBOKS ( PARAFF I!iS ) C26 2,501 15 16 16 16 16 16 HYOROCARBONS ( PARAFF INS ) C27 (HEPTACOSAME) 16 T L T T , T L C25H52 TS L C26H54 TS L C27K56 HYt?ROCAR80NS ( PARAFF 3NS ) C2$ 16 TS L C28HSi8 ~ ~ PAGE 155 H0295-01 H0295-02 H02~ ~ H#295,.. H#30 s1 H'#3#5-0 H0305-0 136 H031 04 H031#4 15 2 "32ii-1 H032f -~ 352 H832S- H#3t5- 1
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H°IDRACARBO,VS ( PARAFF ! NS ) C29 16 2vi a21 HYDROCARBONS(PARAFFfNS)C3# 16 2,5,21,105 HYDROCA.RBONS(PARAFFlNS)C31(HENTRiACONTANE) 16 2,5,6,21 73,80,105 REF. 36 PERCENT OF WAXES I N SMOKE HYDROCARBfJNS ( PARAFF I NS ) C32 16 2,5,21,105 REF. 14 PERCENT OF WAXES i t! SMOKE HYDROCAP,80NS(PARAFfINS)C33(TRITRIACONTANE) 16 HYDROCARBONS(QARAFFIMS)C34 16 2,5,6.23 ,59,105 REF. 39 PERCENT OF WAXES i N SMOKE 2,5,105 REF. TRACE 'N SMOKE HYDROCARBONS(PARAFFtNS)C35 16 2,5 HYDROCARBONS(PARAFr=INS)C36 16 2,5 HYDROCARBORS( PARAFF i NS )C GREATER TttAM 40 16 2 9,11,12,170,861 TS L C2,QMO TS L C391-162 TS L C31 H64 , TS . L C32H66 TS L C36H74 M0355-01 436 K0355-02 Hf355-03 H0355-0 Hi365-p 464 H#365-e H0365-83 Mt6365-04 478 4037i-ill1 N037#-1i2 H8370-03
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H0395-0 REF. M tlG. /C I G. I N SMOKE 360 50 UG/PUFF 739 UG/PtJFF 32 (NO FILTER), 29 (ACETATE FILTGR), 11 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT F I LTER ) *HYDRt7GEtd SULF i DE 19 36 S L H2S 2,6,30,739 REF. TRACE I N SMOKE 739 UG/PUFF 3.4 (NO P'LTER), 3.1 (ACETATE FILTER), 1.3 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) HYDROGEN THIOCYANIDE 2,6 19 25 36 S L HSCN MIi1395-05 H0395-136 M#395-07 34 H0400-01 H040i-02 H0400-• Hi#SO-0~ 104111-05 26 r NY€3ROQ3! I K1:1#iE USE BENZENE,1,4-€3I fiYDRE3XY HYDROXY(12 ALPHA)-13-EP€MANQYL OXIDE 02 1 4 S L 194,249 REF. 194 T13RK1 SH 10 UG/G I N SMOKE HYt3Rf3XYN I CflT I NE-2 05 14 26 T L C1 OM1 #ti20 28 139 HY(3ROXY PYENYLPROP I QN I C AC € D-M H0415-01 H0415-82 H048 S-f3 H0415-! 178 H042;-0i H0420-02 H#42#-t!3 USE PROPANOIC ACID,3(3-HYDROXYPHENYL) H0425-#l HYQRtIXY PH€tiYLPRQP I UNI C AC I D-f3 USE PROPANQ I C AC I Q, 3( 2-HYDRQXYPHENYL ) H0438-0l HYDR©XYPHCNYLPROPIt3H;C ACID-P USE PRQPANflIC ACID,3(4-HYt?ROXYPHENYL) H0435-01 EiYpRS3XYPYRtlV I C AC I D USE PROPAIalO I C AC € D,2-flXQ-3-fiYQROXY * I Ni?ANE 18 i P C91'#1o *tKOENE 18 S P C9H8 * I NOaLE 14 26 S L C81~i7K
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128054 ,361,873 REF. 128 1.4 UG./TitRK6 SH C! GT. 361 M UG/C 1 GT . 1 FiOOL£-3-ACET t C AC 40 USE ACET t CAC i D, 3-! NDCiLYL *lNDOa_E,13-04HETHYL 14 26 ~ 28,154 i REF. 128 0.8 UG/TURKISH ClGT. S L C1 IH11 N ~*lNDOLE,3-METFiYL 14 26 S L C9~i91~ i 12Q 862 368 873 1 , , a, , 5 REF. 128 4.3 UG/TURK! SH C I GT . 368 11-15 UG/CIGT. I I I I I , t r'ipOLE,TRlMETHYL 14 26 S t. ~°t1'.Hi 3N 128,154 REF. 128 {!.5 UG/TS3RkCESN CIGT. tNBOLYLACETIC ACID USE ACETIC ACID, 3-INDOLYL t ttOS ! TOL-D 03 TS L€' C6H1206 5,29,261,424,839 REF. TOB. 0.07 PERCENT f NOS S TOL- f SO 03 T L C6ti12(}6 23 REF. 23 0.07 PERCENT i N BR t GNT TOBACCO 131 i 003#-0i i0030-0? 1 "30-•03 ! 0030-#4 180 10050-01 i0@5i-02 1 0050-03 I* i NOS i TOL~MESO 03 T L C64412t?6 9,424,605 I I I I I *lNULIN 08 T P(C6H1ii05)6.H20 990 l006+T#-01 IONENE 18 S L C13Ni8 377 REF. 377 8 UG/CSGT. (ESTIMATED) * t OHOliE-AE.PHA 15 21 37 T L C13M2lICl 108
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*IRON 19 2,5,6,283,390 REF. SMOKE 12 UG/CIG. 5 11 .5 PPM I N WHOLE TAR 390 AV. 54#i UG/CIG IN TOBACCO, S L FE 55 10075-01 t 1ii75-f2 Iq075-0~ 10075-04 AV. 0.075 UG/CIG. IN SMOKE 10075-05 *ISOCAROTENE 15 29 37 T L C40N54 2 *ISOCYA3iiC ACID,METHYL ESTER 26 S L C2H3NO REF. 370 l1.5i-0.55 UG/PUFF , i SODESMETHYL-AXEROPHTHENE 15 37 T L, 108 -1 1SOPRENE USE BUTADIENE-a,3-METHYL-2 ISOPROPENYLTOLUENE-P USE BENZENE, 3-METHYL-4-ISOPROPENYL ISOPROPYL FORMATE USE FORMIC ACID, ISOPROPYL ESTER 57 10085-81 10085-02 10085-03 KAEMPFEROL USE FLAVONE,3,4@,5,7-TETRAHYDROXY K0005-01 KAEMPFEROL-3-GLUCOSIDE USE FLAVONE,4(@,5,7-TRIHYDROXY-3-GLUCOSIDE fCBOiO-$1 KAEMPFEROL GLYCOSIDES USE FLAVONE,3,4,0,5:7-TETRAHYDROXY GLYCOSIDES lC0035-01 KAEMPFEROL-3-RI'1AMNOGLUCOS 1 DE K0020-01 USE FLAVONE,4(Z,5,7-TRIHYDROXY-3-RHAMNOGLUCOSIDE ~ KAEMPFEROL-7-RHAJ;iNOGLUCOS I flE ~ USE FLAVONE,3,4,0,5-TRIHYDROXY-7-RHAMNO€'sLi1COSIDE ~ KETOGLUTARIC ACID,ALPHA USE PENTANEDIOIC ACID, 2-OXO ~ ~ C~." K1$1R20-!!2
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LACTIC ACID USE PROPANOIC ACID,2-HYDROXY LATHREIN 2,6,285 LAURIC ACID USE DODECAl301C ACID . __ld 19 T L PB *LEAD 19 S L PB 2,6,283,390 REF. 390 AV. 41 43G/C I G I Pi TOBACCO, AV. 1.9 UG/C I G IN SMOKE LEAD 210 880 REF. 880 0.43 P I C4CU€t I E/C I GT. I!# TOBACCO *LI:',tiiC ACID 885 S L , 207 L0020-01 L0020-02 L0020-03 210 L0025-0t L411025-82 L0025-03 01 T L C6Hi203 132 L0p3!-01 02 Ll030-02 L0030-03 "LEUCINE 07 26 T L C6H13H02 131 Lil35- $1 ~ ~ 2,65,115,124,363,381,590,671,796,812,855 LM35-02 REF 65 9N UG/CiGT. IN BRIGHT TOB. Lip35-1i3 I 812 BRIGHT PR1MINGS-44 UG/G., TURKISH LESS THA.N 100 UGfG, L"35-04 BURLEY-AVE. 52 UG/G. L0035-05 T LP C6H13N02 131 L0040-01 812 BRIGHT PRIMINGS-75 UG/G, TURKISH LESS THAN 100 UG/G, BURLEY-AVE. 38 UG/G. LEUCINE-ISO 07 26 2,65,124,363,381 ,796,812,855 REF. 65 51{ t1G/CIGT. IN BRIGHT T08. LEVAhTENOLIDE-ALPHA 22 37 TS L C2$H30C13 136,188,842 REF. 188 TURKISH 19 UG/G IN SMOKE LEVANTENOLIDE-BETA 22 37 TS L C20H3003 136,188,842 REF. 188 TilRK I SH 1.4 UG/G I H SMOKE LEVOGLUCOSAN 08 S LP C6H10(5 6,26 REF. SMOKE - LESS THAN 100 UG/CIGT.
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LEi1UL i M I C AC I 0 USE PENTANOIC ACID, 4-t3X0 D Li LIGidI!! 02 10 T L L0065-01 2,89 II#65-02 LIMONENE 15 37 S LP C1OH16 136 L0070-01 2 6,169, 231 , 330-369 L0070-02 ~ REF. 119 210 UGfCIGT. (BRITISH) L0070-0 369 2 UG/CIGT. L0070-0 *L! liAL00L-1 2 I LINOLEIC ACID USE QCTADECADlEN©IC (9,12) ACID L9080-13 LINOLENIC ACID USE OCTADECATRIENOIC (9,12,15) ACIO L"85-01 LIPIDES 23 T L L$090-01 22 L"90-02 ''L I TH Q 11M 1 9 T L L I 07 L"95-01 7,283 L0095-02 LOHITAM 05 14 26 S L 1_01 00-01 2,6,285 1-91 f#-li2 LYC©PE3#E,5,5@,6,6@,7,7@,8,80,9,9P,10,10@-Ot?DECAI•iY0R0 L0105-01 1 108 Li Li ii 15 37 T L C4iH68 54B ~~~~~-~3 I.YCOPENE,7,79,8,$0,11 ,11@,12,12@~-QCTANYDRO 1.0110-01 16 37 T ! C40H64_ 544 ~~~ ~~-~3 108 LYS I HE 07 26 T LP C6H14N202 146 L0115-91 2,363,381 , 812 - L0115-02 REF. 812 BRIGHT, TURKISH-LESS THAN 100 UG/G IN PRIMIltGS, L0115-84 CUTTERS, AND LEAF, BURLEY-AVE 152 UG/G L#115--0 C:7 C>~
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*MAGNESIUM 19 TS L MG 2,6,390 ,417,495 ,665 753 REF. 390 511)!I~! UG/C I G I !d TOBACCO, 0.07 UG/C I GT. i N SMOKE 495 0.60-1.04 PERCENT (I?ICKS FLUE-CURED TOBACCO) 01 T L CkHk04 MALEIC HYDRAZIDE USE PYRADIZINE,3,6-DIOXO-1,2,3,6-TETRAHYDRO MALIC ACID USE SUCC19dIC ACID,2-HYDROXY r MALIC ACID,2-ISOPROPYL USE SUCCINIC ACID,2-HYDROXY-2-ISOPROPYL *MALO N I C AC 1 D 01 2,6,236,k89,,k3 REF. 92 UG/CIG IN TOBACCO 543 90 UG/C I GT. i N SMOKE *MALTOSE 2,261 TS L C3Hk04 08 T L C12H22011 *MANGANESE 19 TS L MN 2,5,6,390,753 REF. 1 UG/CIG IN SMOKE 5 0.5 PPM I N WHOLE TAR 390 AV. 190 UG/CIG IN TOBACCO, NIL (LESS THAN 0.04 UG/CIG) IN SMOKE 753 118-540 PPM (GREY FLUE-CURED TOB.) *MANNOSE 261 08 T L C6H120£+ MARGARIC ACID USE HEPTAOECAItOIC ACID MEL I LOT I C AC I D USE PROPANOI C AC I 0, 3( 2-HYORt3XYPl•iENYL ) MENTHAOi€NE, P-1,8(9) USE CYCLOHEXENE, k-i SOPROPE!#YL-1-M€THYL
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I I *KENTHOL 02 37 TS LP C1OM200 119,130 ,858,865 I REF. 119 ~ .16-0.34 PERCENT I MESI ToL USE sENZENE,2-HYDRflXY-1,3,5-TRIMETHYL I MESITYLENE USE BENZENE,1,3,5-TRIMETHYL MESOXALD IAi.E3EHYDE 04 21 T L C31~i2a3 2 I I MESOXALIC DIALDEHYDE USE MESOXALDIALDEHYD E . METALOPt?OTEI N 07 26 T 6 I 10 METANICOTINE 05 14 26 TS LP C1#N14!#2 I 124 542 285 139 389 I , , , , METANICOTINE,DiHYDRO 05 14 26 T L C1l1~16sE2 139,285 I METHACROLEIN USE PROPENAL,2-METHYL I METHACRYI.ONITRILE USE PROPENOIC ACID,2-METHYL,kITRiLE 1 *METHANE 16 TS LP CHA 2,5,6,170,259a739,797v817,861 I I I I I PM 1HO UG/C IG I N SMOKE REF. 1200 UG/C! G I N SMOKE 739 UG/PUFF 97 (NO FILTER), 117 (ACETATE FILTER), 108 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) *METHANE,AMINO 06 26 L S CH5N 2,6,32,256,266 *METHANE,f3ROM0 12 TS P CH3-SR *METIHANE,CHLQRO 12 TS LP CH3CL 2,325,739,797,817 156 M0070-01 M8@7#-i2 M111107#-03 M0A75-01 M00811-0' 86 M0985-0 M0l85-02 M0090-01 M0095-01 M0095-02 162 MO1OO-01 Mf31 OO-02 164 MU105-01 M9105-1i2 MoI10-ii1 Ki115-ti 1 16 W 20-$ Ni120-ii2 M#I120-#3 Me12l-0 Meg 2i-0"a M#t 20-#6
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METHYL OCTACOSAMAATE USE OCTACOSANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER METHYL OLEATE USE OCTADECEHOiC AClD-q,METHYL ESTER METHYL PALMITATE USE HEXADECANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER METHYL PElSTACOSAMOATE USE PENTACOSAMO f C AC i D,METiiYL ESTER METHYLPENTA!?ECA!{OATE USE PENTADECANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER METHYL PROPYL KETONE USE PEHTANONE-2 METHYL-3-PYRIDYL KETONE USE PYRIDINE, 3-ACETYL , METHYL-(2)--6-(PYRiDYL-(3))-TETRAHYDRO-(1 2)OXAZlMr 05 1~a 16 T'' L C1 Otii 4K20 2,285 METHYLSALtCYLAT£ USE SENZOtC AC!D,2-HYDROXY,METHYL ESTER METHYLSTEARATE USE OCTADECANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER METHYLSTYRENE-ALPHA USE BENZENE, 9a0PROPENYL METNYLSTYRENE-BETA USE BENZENE, PROPENYL METHYL ( N)-O-TOLU { D! NE USE TOLU 1 D 3NE, 2-AMt NO-N-METEiYL METHYL tlNDECANOATE USE HENDECANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER METHYL(2)VALERALDEHYDE USE PENTANAL,2-METHYL METHYLVALERIC ACID-BETA USE PENTANOIC ACID,3-METHYL METHYLYlNYL KETONE USE aUTENE(3)-2-ONE
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METHYL CHLORIDE USE METHANE, CHLORO K02##1-61 I 30,34-I'fEXATRIACQNTANONAENE USE HEXATRIACONTAliOlfAEFiE(1,6,g0, M0205-0 1k,18,22,26,30,34) ,-3-METHYLENE-7,11 ,15,19;23.27,31 ,3s- M#205-0 OCTAMETHYL M#2#5-0 3-METHYLENE-7,11 ,15,19r23,27,31 ,35-OCTAM£THYL-1 ,6,10,1k,18,22,26, l3#205- MLTHYLETHYL ACETIC ACID USE BUTANOIC ACID,2-METHYL M021/-01 METHYL FORMATE USE FORMIC ACID,METHYL ESTER M0220-01 METHYL GLYOXAL USE PROPANAL,2-OXO ' M0225-01 METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE USE PENTANONE(2), 4"=METHYL M0230-01 METHYLISOPROPYL KETONE USE BUTANONE(2),3-METFYL Mfi235-01 METHYL ETHYL KETONE USE BUTANONE-2 M$215-9 METHYL(2)-5-ISOPROPYL-1,3-NONADIEN-8-(JNE M0240-01 USE NONADIEN-8-ONE,METHYL(2)-5-ISOPROPYL-1,3 M0241-02 METHYL LAURATE USE DODECANOI C AC I D, METHYL ESTER M0245-9II1 METHYL LINOLENATE USE OCTADECATRIE3t0IC ACID-9,12,15,METHYL ESTER M0255-l1 ~ 1•+ METHYL MERCAPTAN USE METHANETHIOL M8260-0'. ~ ~ L%J METHYL MYRISTATE USE rE'TRADECANOIC ACID,METHYL ESTER M#2.65-#1 METHYL LINOLEATE USE OCTADECADIENOIC ACID-9,12,METHYL ESTER METHYLNICOTINAMIDE-N USE PYRIDiyECAR80XYLIC ACID-3,Al1II;?E,N-METHYL M0270-0 P.ETHYL NITRITE USE NITROUS ACID, M£tHYL kSTER M0275-0 METHYL NONADECANOATE USE Ni3NADECANls1I CAC I D, METHYL ESTER M0280- _. ~
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#MOLYSP3ENUM 19 T L I•44 390 MYOSMIlIE 05 14 26 TS LP C9HaON2 2 6,30,46,124,139,15i.268,285,4~ 542,754,819 REF. 4~a BR.-13.9 UG/CIGT., SURL.-41.6 UG/ClGT. 150 6LEtiD-7 UG/CIGT., SllRL.-44.0 UGlCIGT. ~I MYOSMINE,N-METHYL 05 1k 26 TS L C1OH12N2 2,6,124,139,1,0,285,389 REF. 150 6URL.-18 UG/CIGT. MYRISTIC ACID USE TETRADECANOIC ACID *V;YRISTICIN i/ S L C11H1203 876 REF. 876 AT LEAST 0.64 UG/CIGT. *NAPHTHACENE 18 S L C18H12 177 *P2AFHTHALtNE 18 S L C1OH8 2 6,28,34 35,335,818,826 REF. 8~R 0.~7 UG/CIGT. NAPtiTHAL818,1 ,6-DIMETHYL 18 S L C12H12 REF. 818 1.30 UG/CIGT. NAPHTHAL~N6E,1,8-DIMETHYL 18 S L C12H12 NAPHTHALENE,2,6-DIHETHYl. 18 S L C12H12 818 REF. 818 0.26 UG/CIGT. AiAPHTHALENE,2,7-DIMETHYL 18 S L C12H12 818 REF. 818 0.26 UG/C # GT . 128 llOOiO-81 Nl01 0-il} Naoav-9
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*NAPtiTHALENE, l -HYDROXY 28 2,6,331,490 REF. 0.3 UG/CIG IN SMOKE 490 0.27 I!G/C IGT . I N SMOKE *MAPHTHALENE,2-HYDROXY 2,6,391,490 REF. 0.5 t!G/C I G I N SMOKE 490 0.54 UG/C{GT. IN SMOKE 28 NAPHTHALEldE,2-Ft'fDROXY-TETRANYDRO 28 67 *NAPHTHAt.ENE,1-METH`tL 18 818 REF. 818 0.50 UG/CIGT r *NAPHTHALENE,2--METHYL 18 S L C11H1O 2,6,27,818 REF. $18 0.50 UG/C I GT ~ NAPHTHALENE,1,3,6-TRlMETHYL 18 S L C13H14 818 REF. 818 0.70 UG/CIGT NAPHI`HflL-8 USE NAPti'e HALENE,1-HYDROXY MAPaTHOL-2 USE NAPHTHALENE, 2-HYt3ROXY NE4PHYTADIENE USE HExADECENE(1)-3-METHYLEME-7,11,15-TRiMETHYL *NICKEL 19 TS L NI 2,6,279,283,390,692,762,770 REF. 390 1.9 P.P.M. IN Tp8ACC0, 2.0 L!G/C4GT. IN TOBACCO 692 1.59-3.07 UCiCIGT NiCOTELLINE 05 14 26 TS L C1#H8ld2 2,10,285 FiICflTIMINE 05 14 26 T L C1lH14N2 2,600 1A4'N##35-# Ml035-02 M0035-l3 M0035-#4 142 N0050-01 M.1185l-02 M8850-03
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PAGE I I r a # 5 5 p I ,7~~ , 33i.372 38j 48f 5;~Z i 614 ~i51,66~.71i,7~ti~, 8 75~ 786,827,8s#~58,887 "~og- e ~7 16#0-1#~0 ~/GM.T08. ~`#1#9° 10 _ 1 614 AVE. 1990 LG/C fGT. (7# tt) "1t~0..• AVE. 890 iJGfCiGT. (85 Wi FILTER) li#1#~••I T08 d~1 ~#• itr/G 7t7R3CIS1~ T€~ 51~f# t8G/G At~R 6 ~~ . ., . 55 ~ 8300 UG/G i ZMt3R T!!B. 42150 UG/G SA~?~ISt1F~ fOB. t3#1 #1~ -1 753 #.9'S-2.41 WEIGHT PERCEKT IGRE'~ FLUE-CURED) N010•1 I I t NiCt}TiNl~1i©E USE PYRIDINE-3-CARBOXYLIC ACID,AMIDE .~-#~-0 *NICOTINE 05 14 26 TS LP C1#~i14M2 162 "1#$-~' 2,5,29,3~A,32,51-55,68,69,1#2,117,120,121 ,124,139,1#2-1k8,1I , 9~1:~1-qi 5 2$C2 2 28 318 3 1 1 1 2 2 9--223 2 3 25 25 257 259 2f REF. 192 71M UG/L. SMOKE *61##- 1k8 1331F-241i UG/CIGT.(FILTER CIGTS.) No11f#-1M ` 150 2710 csG/CtGT.(BUstLEr) "01~- 372 # ~g-k Q6 yT. PERCENT K0109.. 786 1560-1570 UG/CIGT. (NON-FILTER) NOW- 1260 UG/LtGT. (F'LTER) R01#i- 853 2.58 PERCENT ($RSGIiT'), •'•.90 PERCENT (BURLEY), lio1ft•d 1.13 PERCENT (TURf%'1 Sfi) e 140100.1 NICOTfPiE-N-OXiOE 05 14 26 TS-'C,P Cliiiil4ti2t} ?78 MOM' - 2,17,147,151 ,257,285,38g,44#,66#,887 "105-6 NICOTINIC ACID USE P1PRi(3INE-3-CARSOXYLIC ACID N$t•* NiCt3Tf3lN 05 14 26 T L C8HllN I I I I I I 2,285 *NiCOTYRfNE 05 14 26 TS LP C1#H1O!!2 2,6,1#,124,139,142,147,151 ,257.285,389,542,887 hilCOTYRI?d£,DINYDf30 05 14 26 T L C1OM12N2 139 N! CTOFLQR R M USE KAEMPFEROl.-3-RHAMMOOLi#Ct?S t OE n i CTOFLOR1 h1-7-GLUCOS 1DE USE KAEMPFER4L-7-RNAMtiQCL#!COS i i3E *NITRIC OXIDE 19 26 S LP NO 96 134,371 739 REF. 134 APPROX. 100 PPM 739 UG/PUFF 3@ (NO FELT£R), 35 (ACETATE FILTER), 41 (Cf~°!8. AC£TATE ABSORBENT FILTER)
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UG/CIG. 2$.87 IN BURLEY, 46.23 IN BRiGHT, 104.1 1N "61$5-09 TUtKlSk, 45.33 IN MARYLAND • ROI$5-10 *1€flWECAl1E 16 Ta L CI 9W)f 1b3:354 REF. 163 0.057 PERCENT lit TOBACCO, 0.029 PERCENT !!~ S3~~6E 354 c~IC IGT. BURL. 1.33. 8R.-3. 5, 1'URK.-12.4g, MD.--S.92 *NOliADECANOtC ACID 21 ,193ti227 + 872 t{4!#ADEGANDiC ACtD,METN'fL. ESTER 193 01 16 TS L C19H3802 09 S L C2GH4tI2 16 MO4ADECYL 6 C AC i i3 USE !i(?"DECAMOi CAC t i3 Rt}NAD# Ek-$-{3NE,METHY€.( 2)-5-! St3PRCP7L-1 3 846,81c7,854,857 *NQfiANE 163 REF. 163 T• RACE IN T t}8AGCi1 16 21 37 TS L C13H220 T L C9H20 *NOlfAMOiC ACID 01 S L C9H1$Q2 2,6,316,357 REF. LESS THAN 16 UG/CIG IN SMOKE M#I#tYL! CAE ACID USE ltQNAltO3 C AC € D kORC4T9N8i~~ 05 1k 21 26 T~. C~IO1~2i~ NORHARMANE 05 14 26 S L CI t 1'8N2 126,152 263 "190-1111 "1 90-f2 Ni1 90-0 N0t 90-9 :401 ~-05 1 58 H0225-- "2.25- "225.. "2M- 162 ~235 1 68 10240 . 1024-
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ttz W, {3R4i t CC?T t NE 01~ 26 TS LP C91,tt 2~l2 1 k$ •~$2~t5-0: 2,6,1i~ 103 124 139 1~+7g1~~-151,268,285.372,389.~®5~+2,6" , "245-i~2 ~.,~ 61,6~#,~66;x,64s,~7{~~.~~..7{ga.~,887 ~2n~4s-0~~ 31Ei". 15~ DL'T4i..'~1~ Vii,L i VT . ~f.45-i5 372 0.015-0.061 WT. PERCENT *0245-85 NORNICi1TY4t 6 NE 05 14 26 TS L C9H8N2 144 "25#-01 2,6,124,139 1111250-02 NflRPH`PTE~AE3 16 37 S L C1 ~38 REF. 883 5 UGlCIGT. !€t3RYA1.iNE USE PENTAli£?iC ACgC,2-AM9Ni1 Ft$260-01 tfUCLE. f CAC 3 t1S 17 26 TL N0265-01 2,43 , N0265-02 t3BEI t NE USE AMMOid i A 001$§-0i *QCTACf1Sdtl6E-M-ANO-1 SO 16 TS L C28H58 394 Off1 f-8# 21,163,262,354 0"10-02 REF. 21 8.1 PERCENT S KGREEN LEAF, 0.9 PERCENT I N FERMENTED £#0010-0-4 TOBACCO, 9.5 PERCENT IN C i GT . SMOKE 0"1 0- #~ 163 0.992 PERCENT ! ti TOBACCO, 1.560 PERCENT 1 N SMOKF 00010-05 262 1.41 PERCEMT IN F3URLi»Y 1.81 PERCENT IN 8R i GHT, t3"30-06 1.96 PERCENT IN TUAKi SH £1##10-~ 354 UG/CIG. B1~R~,~-2.91 , ER--5.23, Ti~RK-23.0, t~-3s56 c~1~^~ *OCTaACt7SANfl t CAC 4 t3 #1 16 TS L C28M5602 424 0"1 S-0t 193 M1 S-02 ; acTACOSANfltC ACIQ,METHYL ESTER ~~ S 3. C2~$t~2 438 ~,E20-~l1 3 93 ~~-~~ *OCTAI)ECAD€Elit}iC ACiD( 12) 01 16 TS t, C1BM32t32 286 0025-01 2,5,6,21 ,$42,lf2 M25-02 *flCTl4DECADIENOIC ACID (9,12 77~ W il k PAGE 7 266 N0255-01 "255-92 lY1255-03 METHYL ES"€ER 09 S L C1 91f3#t32 294 ONIM-02 A
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847 16 OCTADECADtEtlt? $ C AC 1 D (9, i 2), SQd.ANsS'f LEST£R ~~ 37 T L C63Ht0402 71,8~5 REF. 86 0,004 PERCENT OF aRY WE t GNT t-OP35-01 892 0#S3S-02 00035-i~ €~O35-~ 00035-05 OCTAt}ECADI E##3! C AC l p (9, l2),ST IG!lASTER'lL AND/OR BETAS 9 ToSTEit1'L ESTER t)$J40-01 71 09 35 a L C47H$1t?2 676 t?00#0-02 16 00040-03 M40-04 *OCTADECANE 16 TS L C1RH38 254 163,354 REF. 'Es,3 0.057 PERCENT f N TOBACCO, 0.049 PERCENT IN SMOKE 354 UG/CIGT. Bi,fRL-7.20, 3R-1.96, TIDFiK-t7.66, Mtf-7.52 f,OCTADECAN£fiC ACID 01 16 2,6,21 ,193,227,519,872 *OCTAi}ECANO i C AC D[} ,hiETHYL ESTER 193,519,847 99 16 OCTAi3£GAPlt?iC ACtQ,SOLANESYi. ESTER 09 16 842 tiCTAi}ECANOi CAC d t}, ST ICZMASTERXL AN3;3JCR BETAS t T4ST£RYL ESTER 71 09 35 T L C47H$202 16 C47M8402 _" ~*OCTAt3ECAMOL--t 02 iC TS L C18H380 27# 00070-0 Ici J$5 3 ~ t www7p-v ~ *QCTADECATRlENE3tC ~iC&€~(5~ 12 15~ 01 16 TS ~. CIBt~M~32 278 t#~~~-~ 2.S.6.21.193.22t.241A 42.87z.875 ~ ~~ I REF. 875 20 PERCENT IN 8U3,.Gl1R tAtt OR IERTIIL Ti78ACCU RES IN5 M75 OCTADECATRIENOIC ACiD(9rA2:15)KETHYi. ESTER
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193,847 firCTADECATRIEN£3IC ACIQ,(9s12,15)SOLAi#ESYi. ESTER 86 REF. 86 0.008 PERCENT OF DRY WEIGHT OCTAt9ECATR1ENt?iC ACiD(9,12rl5)aSTlG'lASTERXL A!lfllOR BETASlTOSTERYL 1 ESTER 09 35 T L C47N~$02 71 *OCTAI3ECENG!C ACID(9) (CiS) 01 16 TS L C18H3k02 2C 6 21 29 102 519 8li2 872 87r. . REF. 8 J5' ' 20PEFRCElBT t ti 8ULPG#Rt AN OR t E!1TAL TOBACCO RES d NS I*OCTADECENOIC ACID(9) (C1S), METHYL ESTER 09 S L C1 9H3602 16 193,519,847 ~ OCTADECENOIC ACID(9) (CIS), SOLANESYL ESTER ~ 9 37 T L C63H%o#602 6 71,86 REF. 86 #."1 PERCENT OF DRY WEIGHT 00#85-#1 890 0"85-02 : 0##85-#3 0##85-0A 0##85-05 0#1#5-01 89k 00105-02 0#1#5-0~ 001#S-# t101 it5-05 1 OCTAt?ECENQiC ACID(9) (CiS), STBCMASTE42YL AND/ OR BETASITOSTERYL ESTER t30110-01 09 35 1' L C47H8#02 676 00110-02 163 0111 l S-#2 REF. 163 TRACE I!i TOBACCO Oot 1s-03 Iroci*sotc ACID 01 TS L CSEi16£~2 1" 1 - ~ ~ 8 6 6,316 357,1 ~ 3 45 REF. 344 7 ~~t! CHT t~. tfG~'C ! GT . B~LEY-11.# t#GIC IG~'. ~ TE1RKtSt~'-'.9 LtGjCtCiT. 0#120-# 71 16 Ck7Hu202 678 00r1#-#3 0#110-#4 , *OCTAtdE 16 T L C8H18 114 00115-0
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CTATRtENE(2 4 6~^2,&-OiMET#~YL 16 S~. ClOH1b 329:33i,~#2 REF. 329 UP TO #.5 PERCENT 33~# LESS '~~AN 0.006 PERCENT OF SMOXE CONDENSATE (2.4 UG/CiGT=) *ti3CAL ! G A C t D V T LP C2}i204 90 00150-1; PM 2,6,89,155a157,159>235,393,414,453.477,825,543,378 0015#-02 REF. APPROX. 0,5 PERCENT IN TOBACCO 00150-0 38 E~#a. /C IG. IN TOBACCO ~1~.~~ 157 UG/CtGT. 8R.-~, . Bi3RL.-47 g~1~-05 143 UG/Cl~~. ~~~- 00150-06 25 POORGRAD~£ Bpf~~~#t~~~irS.R! 3 Tii - 0.33 P£RCE~fT, i ~7 .07 S" ~i4 GC3t3~# GRADE BRIGHT - 0019,014
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LZ 8= ME" a I I I PECT € NS 2,736 PELARG43N€ C AC € t2 USE R(3NAHfl € C AC €D 08 PENTACOSANE 16 TS L C25H52 352 P0030-01 21,163,262,354 PgOM°02 REPQ 21 0.9 PERCENT IN GREEN LEAF, 0.7 i'ERCEldT IN FERMENTED P"39-0 TOBACCO, 0.0 PERCENT t ti C€GARETTESMO#CE#030-~4 163 1.~3 PERCENT € !i T{)-SACCt}, 1.940 ~'ERCEN1 SMOKE P".~ 5 262 1.05 PERCENT IN BIRLEY 2.04 PERCEPT i!i 8RI£HT, P"30A-06 1.37 PERCENT € F9 T€3AK€ S€i P"304~ 354 t~G/C~tCT Bj~~3R~,t,.-3.i5, BR.-a6.55, TURK.-30.67, '~i~3j0~-~ y G' ~~aTIF-0[] .7 6`7V .'-`'T ~ ~'1'5 p FtNTAC4SAMf? € C AC 9 E3 61 16 fS L C25`€51002 382 P035-01 193 g0035-02 1 PENTACOSANOIC ACID,METHYL ESTER 09 S L C26H5202 3~ P~~~9 193 P"441-03 PENTACt3S1A~~~.~-1 02 16 TS L C25H520 PENTADECADIENOIC ACIA(4,5),-4,$-D€METHYL-6,$-D€HYDR€3XY-13-€SOPRQP1'€.-- Pi050-'01 14-KETO 01 21 37 T L C20N34t?,5 354 P"59-01 $5? 03 "059-0, *t'E1lTf1DECANE 16 7S t» Ct 5H3.2 212 P$W-# 163,354 P"55-0 REF« 16 0.02~3 PERCENT IN TOBACCO, TRACE IN SMOKE ~255-R0 35~ UC#'C i GT BURL.-9.08, OR. 22.3$, Tt3RK-25.2! t M55-0 M3.-12.77 P0155-0 *PEliTADECAAtO€C AC D 01 16 TS L C15l~',~02 242 ~~~ 1 93,227,~72 *PEtdTADECARO€C AC1D,METHY3. ESTER 0 ~ TL C16H3202 256 P#05~ 193 "065-0 PAGE 7 P0020°01 P"211--#2 P"25-0t 368 P0145-11 P-#045-02
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PENTADECAME3L-t o ~ 1s TS LC15H32C? 193 PEMTADECAM-2-ONE,-60i0,t#-TRtMETF€YL 21 37 S L C18H360 847 ,854 PE#iTADECYLiC AC ID USE PERT1tDECAltOl C AC tD PEltTA#f 1 EMAL-2,# 04 S P C5H6Q *PENTADIENE-4,3 16 S L G5~18 3.25m.739t8l7 ~.9 (ACETATE FILTER) REF. 739 UG/PUFF (CIS) 1.9 (t~0 FILTER) f,8 (Gt~. ACETATE A5Sf?RB~[~T~ ~~Lg ER), (TRA~tS) 1.2 {NO FILTER) 1.2 (AG€~'ATE FiLTER) 3 0 .5 (CW . ACETATE ABSORBEMT F I LTER) ~*PENTADi EltE-i 4 16 :37 8325 739 I R" . 137 2-9 uG/CIGT. S L C5H8 739 UG/PUFF 0.2 (NO FILTER) 0.2 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.1 (cWZ. ACETATE ABSORBENT FILTER) *PEPlTANAL ~~ S L Cs~l3~~} 137,192 286 739 817 REF. 137 6 LtG)C(Gf. 739 UG/PUFF 0.1 (NO FILTER) 0 .t (ACETATE FILTER), TRACE (Ct~~. ACETATi ABSOR.SEttT FILTER) I PENTANAL i3qMETHXL 04 S L C6H120 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 1.3 (NO FILTER) 1.1 (ACETATE FILTER): 0.2 (COM , ACETATE ASStUENT FILTER) P£NTAN£ o1 SO USE BUTA#tE, 2-METH'FL *PENTAMENM 16 S LP GStl12 325,739,817 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 2.3 (NO FILTER) 2.5 (ACETATE FILTER), 1.# (COMB. ACETATE 4SflRBENT FILTER) TA14ED44tC ACID 2 ,6 sI 59t543 01 S L cSH904 PlOZ-0-0t 82 P"85-01 POO 86 Po~~ Pol"_ P0t01F- #ot Pfi105--0 PiI#m02 P1111 0r~lF4 PoI~k -#
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25 UGIC ! G 3 N SMOKE 3$ iSC/CIG'r. (BRIGHT) *PEliTANE, 2-NETNYL 01 21 T$ L C5H605 21 S L C5iaC2 16 S L Cf,;ql4 325,739:797,817 / REF. 739 UG/PUFF 0.6 (NO FILTER), 0.6 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.3 (4t~. ACETATE ABSt?RBENT F@LTER) *PENTA!!E,-~iET~iY~. 16 S L C6H1 ~+ i25 t739,817 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 0.2 (NO F I€.SER) 0.2 (ACETATE F ILTER) , 0.1 (CCMO. ASSORSENf ACETATE FILTER) *PENTANOIC ACID 01 TS L CSH{002 7SA 975 316 317 357 302 732 32 763 257 b 2 , . , , r , , r , REF. 55 ~G!'C # CT. IN N€?R 382 19.4 PERCENT OF TOTAL AC i t3S PRESENT 07 *PENTAN41 C AC t t3 ETH7L EST ER 09 6,31,31 ,465 I PENTANO IC AC IO, 3-NYDRCXY-4-l9ETH'f L 885 26 P C5Hll PtQ2 S L C7H14a; L C6Ni 203 *PENTANOl C C eDJ--ME 4iY~. TS L C£sHi 2t~2 2t,31 r3x,2~,3f6,317 1109 ~ 4ti5 47~ a!o 732 763 REF. 4~'9 20 PERCE~tT QF faTAL ACIDS N T6BRC10 *PENTANt7 # C AC 10 4-FtE'ft#YL 337,761 01 PE'NTANOEC ACID,3-METHYL,ETHYL ESTER TS L M1202 86 P0135-01 Poi 35-02 PO 13a-#~ Po~ 35 -~ 1/2 PiI45-#1 P0d45-02 P01 A5-• F0i 45-0h, P0360-0 132 €0t&0-10 P0i £0-0 "a6f-
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2,6 ,34'32,266:465E4",842 I *PENTANOIC ACla,lltTRtLE 369 R F. 369 SMOKC (TE1hTATiV£) 2 UG/CIGT PEt#TAMOlC ACID 4-CiXG ~1 21 2,6,15f 159 ,543 REF. 34 UGf C # CT I N SMOKE 1 7 UG1C i GT BR.-53, 9i3RL.-2t 5~3 BR.-30 UC,,IClGT . *PENTANflL1~ ETNY~ 09 02 21 S L C8H1602 144 P017S-02 PS17543 S LP C5H9H 83 Pglg#-# r .a L 1~1 C 5iiSi 03 *PENTANt?NE-2 21 S LP C5H1#tB 123,137 233,318,739 REF. 137 12 tlGiCIGT. 739 UG/PUFF 2.3 (NO FILTER), 1.9 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.5 ( COM8. ACETATE ABSORBENT F I LTER) ~ *P£NTAiid7lE€-3 2,6,13,137.739 817 R£F. 20(f UGf l1 G sN SMt?KE I w I I 12 UCICIGT. 21 S LP C5H10g 739 UG/PUFF 0.5 (NO FILTER), 0.5 (ACETATE FiLT€R), 0.2 (COM8. ACETATE A8S4RBEMT FILTER) *PENTAMOti€(2) 4-M€THYL 233,318 21 T L Cbttt 20 116 P#385-0 P0t85-0 P#185-0 nm-o P0185--1k 86 P#195-0 P0l 95-02 pol 95-f P#t }5 -0 P0195-0 300 P#2 Pib20 PENTANONITRILE USE PENTANOIC ACPQ,X3TRIi.€ P€liTATRiACt?NTAN€,tSO USE T€.TRATR;ACtNTAM€,X-KETH'fL ~ *P€!lTATR{ACONTAH€-N $42 I *P€NT€ME 137 ,323,739t? 16 16 S L C35H72 S LP C5N10
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PM 450 UG/C IG IN SMOKE REF. 739 UG/PUFF 1.9 (NO FILTER), 2.3 (ACETATE FILTER), 1.1 (COMB. ACETATE ABSt?R~ENT F tLTER ) *PENTElt£-2 (CIS) 16 S L C5HB0 325:739,737,817 REF. 739 UG/PUFF 1.11 (NO FILTER), 1.1 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.5 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT F:LTER) *PENTENE-2 (TRANS) 16 S L C5110/ 325,739 ,797 g817 REF. 739 lfGlPt3FF 1.5 (NO FtLTERI, 1.5 (ACETATE FI3.TE~t), 0.8 (COMB. ACETATE ABSORBENT F~js:TER) *PE4dYENEQ} 2--tf£THYL 877 REF. 877 0.05 UG0PUFF ~ *PENTENE(~27f2-fiETHYL REF. 877 0.34 UG/PUFF ~ *FENrgNEQ3 3-METHYL ~ 16 5!. C6'R12 16 S L G6Hi2 16 S L C6Hi 2 16 S L C6H12 REF. 739 UGfPi1FF 0.4 (NO FILTER), 0.4 (ACETATE FILTER), 0.2 (COK3. ACETATE ABSORBENT FIE.TER) 877 0.06 t1G/PtJFF I*PEltTENE(2),4-METH9'L (CIS AND TRANS) S L C6NI2 ! 87 REF. 877 0.02 UGIPUFF *PENTENEQ} 4-METH"fL 733.877 739,877 REF. 739 US/PUFF 0.4 (NO FILTER), 0.4 (ACETATE FILTER), (0.04.UGfPUFFE ABSORBENT FILTER) 877 (TRANS) 0.2 I PENT£kONE-- t SO US E BUTE1tE Mr2waNE, 3-METHYL PENTOIC ACID USE PENTANOIC ACID s PAGE 70 P`0235-01 P0235-11 P0235-0 P0235-0 84 P02#5--0 P0245-$2 P9245-03 P0265-11
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*PYR i DINE 14 26 TS LP C5H5N 2 6,32,46,52,145tl5*,266,2g~R~~~7~4€~GFC~~~9 REF. 41 S~fR-2~7.3 ~ ~rtC!lGT.~~r.T pt~; ~~Ti7 t!~!U~.Fet~ I5~ V«.C~tti-6.3.~ wG/C;6 aiC , AVRi..-1.~ V~4 tiT. *PYR1DINE,3-ACETY~. 14 21 26 TS L C7H7NO 2:6.47:153 ,285,542 ?5# 819 REF. 10 ~3G1C IG 14 SWKE 153 8 UG/CIGT. 1 P~IRIDINE~-3(4-Af~J NUB~#TYL) 06 14 26 T L C~1 4N2 139 PYRtI#ME-3-CkRBOXAI.€3EHYRC 04 14 26 S L C6H5NO 2,6 I *PYR 1D4 NE-3-LAR$OXYL t C AC 1D ol 14 26 1'S LP C6H5NO2 2,6,20,142,141,351 ,Z85 389,~74 REF. 12 UG1C IG 3 N SWKE 20 SR-3 3 UG/C 8 GT., BURL-i S€lGIC i GT ., TURK-9 UG1C !G7 . *PYRIDINE-3-CARBQXYLdC ACsD,AMIDE , 06 14 26 TS L C6H6N2tJ 2,6,20 ,215 ,~13 REF. '! :.Gt-.)C 3N SMOKE ~` 20 t3G/ClGr. BR-6, BURL-7, Tt1RK-6 1 PYRfi}tNC-3-CARBQX7LLC ACID, AMiDE, N-METHYL 06 1 4 26 T L CZ H8Nx0 2 *PYRdDtKE , ,216-~}D~SCS~iv~, 14 26 S L C7H9N 2 PYRitilNE,3-£i'HENYl. 14 26 S L C7H7N 150,754,819 REF. 150 83.END-6 LJGICI6T., BURL-241 UG/CIGT. I *PYRIDINE 3-ETHYL 14 26 S L C7H9N 123,150 ,754 ,819 REF. 35~1 ~3.£NtJ-8 UG/CJGT., Bt3RL.-18 UGfCiGT. PYRInINC, 3-CTHY€. KETONE t$ 21 26 S L C6H91t0 P&GE 121. P0850- Pill ~5,*-#3 P0850-01t 123 "865- P0865-0 P#865-03 P#86,-0 P0870-0 122 P0870-0 F"70-9 P0870-0 F#870-#5 w..
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LITEl;ATURE REFERENCES 13. 14. 3, 6$m-2 l19551. 101 3 ~,; 18. POL YCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS IN CIGARET SMOKE. THE AMOUNTS HELD Iti 1P01~1 ,,._:. SMOKE. /G€RMAN/ KUFFNER f'. , SH 1 CK, K., BUHN, H., MONATSH. 90162 I~ CHEM I E, 87, 749-762 /1959f. 06163 c~? 17. QUALITATIVE DIFFERENCES IN THE ALKALOID FRACTION OF CURED 00171 C~ TOBACCOS. JEFFREY, R.N., AND TSO, T.C., AG. + F000 CHEM., 06172 ~ 16. SOCRATINE, OBELIN€, AND OTHER (OEXISTING ALKALOIDS OF CIGAR 00161 = 3, 179 /1359/. 00153 csc LEAVES. DYMICKY, M. AND STEDMAN, R. L., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 00152 c= I[3ENT I F I CAT I Oti OF NEOPIrtYTAO I EliE I N BURLEY TOBACCO AND I N $0011 CIGARETTE SMOKE. GLADOiNG, R. H., NARTMA't, W. B. AN~3 00012 WRIGHT, H. E., J. ORG. CMEt~., 2~+, 13§$ /1959/. 00013 THE CHEhiI CAL CONST ITUENTS OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE (EI$#!21 jOHNSTONE, R. A. N. , AND PL IMFiER, .!. R. , CHEMI CAL REV I Eida, 00022 59, 885 /1999! 00023 COMPOSITION OF TOBACCO EXTRACT AND ITS PYROLYSIS PRODUCTS 00031 TENNESSEE EASTMAN REPORT, REPORT N0. 4-1201-2, 00032 APRIL 13, 1959. 001333 EFFECT OF THE EXTRACTION OF TOBACCO ON AMOUNT OF BENZO/A/ 00041 PYRENE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE TAR. TENNESSEE EASTMAN REPORT 05042 REPORT NO. 4-1201-3, JULY 14, 1959. $0043 COMPd}S 1 T i ON OF TOBACCO SMOKE TENNESSEE EAST"N REPORT, 00051 R:PORT NO. 4-1201-t, AUGUST 21t 1956. ~' 00852 THE CONSTITUENTS OF TOBACCO SMOKE, AN AidNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 00061 TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS STANDING COMMITTEE, RESEARCH PAPER 00062 NO. 3. H. R. BENTLEY AND v.G.N. BERRY, 1959 /"63 RAUIOACTIVATi0H ANALYSIS. L£NtHAN, J.M.A., NATURE, 184, 951 #0071 /1959/ 00072 POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS EXTRACTED FROM TOBACCO. EFFECT UPON 00081 TOTAL QUANT I T I ES FOUND f N SMOX.I NG. CAMPBELL, J., AND 0$082 LINDSEY, A., BRIT. J. CANCER, 10, 649 119561. 00083 6 RBY, R., AMERI C,AN TOBACCO COMPANY. PRI VATE COMMUNI CAT I Ott. 0$091 THE ALKALOIDS OF TOBACCO SMOXE AND THE CONSTITUTION OF 0$101 NICOTELLINE /GERMANf KUFFNER, F.,FACHLICHE MITTEILUNGEN $0102 DER OSTERREICHISCHEN TABAKREGIE, 18 /1959/, C.A., 51,675 "103 /1957/ 00104 SOME COMPONENTS OF GAS PHASE OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. OSBORNE, J., 00111 ADAMEK, S., AND HOBBS, M., ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 28. 211 00112 /1956/ 944113 SOME COMPONENTS OF THE GAS PHASE OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. 00121 PHILIPPE, R. AND HOBBS, M., ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 28, $$122 2002 i 19,fiI. 00123 SQ-M€ N€W NI iROG"N-FR`L COMPONENTS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. /GERMAN/ $031 NEUBE.RG, C. AND BURKARD, J., BICCHEMlSCNF. ZEITSCHRIFT, 90132 243, 47 2-484 ' 1931 / . 00133 ANALYTICAL RESEARCH ON TOBACCO BY CHROMATOGRAPHY OF THE GAS !!9I41 PHASE. NOTE E.-A FEW GAS SUBSTANCES IN TOBACCO SMOKE. 00142 CARUGNO, N., AND G:OVANNOZI-SERMANNI, G., CORESTA, 00143 2, 29, -1557 /i958/ 00144 15. COt1POS I T I CN STUO I ES ON TOBACCO. ! X. CAMPESTf RQL FR~3s'~ FLUE-CURED bsI!l151 ZZ STUBS AND ASH. GILBERT, J., AND LINDSEY, A., BRIT. J. 60182 CANCER, 10, 642-5 /1956/. 00183 19. FREE SUGARS IN C IGARET T E SMOKE KOItASH I, Y., AND SAlCAGUCN t, 96191
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.. Y_ ~'..a I S. TOBACCO SCIENCE, 3 161-3 li959/ 00192 20. NtC~3TfNIC AND GE.RJTAMiC ACIDS, NICOTINAMIDE, AND GLUTAMINE 00201 1 N C I GARETTE TOBACCO SMOKE Bt9YSK!, D., FLOWERS, J., 00242 W! LDER P. , AND HOBBS, A4. , SC! Ei~CE, 124, i0$0-1 !19,'i6/. #02$3 21. Ct1MPf1S i T i~3~i {3F A PARAFF 1 N WAX FF{ACT €ON FROM 1'aBACCfl LEAF 00211 AND TOBACCO SMOKE. CARRUTHERS, W. AND JOFiNSTONE, R.A.W., 90212 NATURE, 184, 1131-2 /1959/. 00213 22. EST ! MAT I t3N OF THE L e P I D FRACT I O?dS OF TC3BACCd), HELI. I ER, D. P3. , 00221 CHEM. + I ND. , 260-"s .'t959/. 00222 23. THE I SOLAT i ON OF i- I NOS I TOL FROM AMER ;CA6d FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. 00231 PHILLIPS, M. AND BACfl€, S.M., J.A.C.S. 77, 496 /1955/ 09232 24. POLYPHENOLS AND POLYPHENOLASE OF TOBACCO. REID, W.W., 06241 J. SOC. LEATHER TRADES CHEMISTS, P. 75-86 /1956/. 04)242 25. QUIN, L., BATTELLE TECHNICAL REVIEW, 7, 13057 /1958/. 00251 26. THE COMPbS I T I ON OF TOBACCO SMOKE. /GERMAti/ WENUSCH A., 00261 OSTERRE R CH I SCFIE .HEMi KE'R-ZE I Tt1NG, 42, 226-31 /193~1. 00262 27. 3,b-BENZQPYRE.NE AND OTHER POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS IN 00271 CIGARETTE SMOKE. COOPER, R., AND LINDSEY, A; 00272 BRIT. J. CANCER. 9, 3~l~+-9 /1955/. $4i?273 28. f St1LAT i 0!i AND l DENT i r! CAT i ON OF 3,4-BENZOPY~ ±`iE , CHRYSE?1E, 00281 AND A NUMBER OF OTHER ARt)M.AT I C HYDROCAR80NS IN THE #$282 PYROLYS t S PRODUCTS FROM B I ACETYL. LAM, J., ACTA 00283 PATH4LQGICA MSCR03lQLOGiCA SCAitOINAYICA, 39, 198-206 00284 11956/. 00285 29. TOBACCO CARCINOGENESIS. I. PRIMARY FRACTIONS, WYNDER, E., 00291 AND WRIGHT, G., CANCER, 10, 255-271 /1957/. 00292 30. DAWSON, COLUM6 I AENG I NEER I NG QUARTERLY, JANUARY 1955. 80-301 31. STt3i? 1 ES ON TOBACCO SMDKE. V I. SOME Yt3LAT ! LE AC 9 DS AND ES T ERS 003] 1 OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. IZAWA, M., BULL. AGR. CHEM. SOC. OF 00312 JAPAN, 22, 47-53 /1958/. 00313 32. RECENT STUD i ES ON TOBACCO SMOKE BY THE JAPAN MONOPOLY 00321 CORPORATION. ONISHi, I., CORESTA, 2, 1561 /1958/. 00322 33. THE DETERMINATION OF SOME LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT ALDEHYDES 00331 AND KETONES IN CIGARETTE SMOKE AS THE 2,4- 00332 DINiTROPHENYLNYDRAZONES. MOLD, J.D., AND MC RAE, M.T., 00333 TOBACCO SCIENCs.J I, 40-46 /1957/ 00334 34. TOBACCO SFiOKF . I. ANA! YS I S OF THE NEUTRAL FRACT I QN. /FRENCH/ 80341 E3ONNET, J., ANO NE.UI<O~tf1, S. HFLYETlCA CH;MICA ACTA, 00342 39, 1724-33 /1956/. 0@343 35. JORGEN, ACTA PATHCLGGICA MiCROBIOLOGICA SCANDYNAYlCA 37, 00351 421 /1955/ ' 00352 36, THE I NH I B I T I AN OF F ORMAT I QN OF 3,b-BENZOPYRENE 4 N C I GARET 00361 SMGKE. ALVORD, L., AND CARDON, S., BRI T. J. CANCER, PS362 10, 498-503 /1956/. 00363 37. CURRENT RESUI. T S OF CNhMI CAL i NYE,ST t GAT I 4NS ON THE CQMPt?S ! T I QN 9$371 OF TOBACCO SMOKE. /FR€.NCti/ BONNET, J., AND NEUKQMM, S., 00372 ONCDLOGlA, 10, i24-9 %1957/. 10373 38. 3,4-BENZQPYRLNE IN T4iL SM©KL OF CIGARE.T PAPER, TOBACCO, 00381 AND CIGARETS. CARDON, S., ALYQRD, €. RAND, I•i, AND 00382 HITCHCOCK, R., BRIT. J. CANCER, 1~, ~+65-97 /135t~/. 00383 39. DETERMINAT IQN OF 3,4-BENZt3PYRENE FORMED BY COMBUSTION OF 00391 CIGARET PAPER AND TOBACCO. /FRENCH/ LATARJET, R., $0392 CUSIN, .J. , HUBERT-NABART, M. , MUEL, B., AND ROYER, R., "3`?3
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I I _ BULL DE L,ASSOCIATION FRANCAISE POUR L,ETUDE DU CANCER 0039 + 43, i#3f-98 11456! C.A. 51 9097 f19571. 00395 3,~+-BEt~ZPYRENE II1 CIGARETTE SM#3K£ C43~DENSATE. CARDt3'N, 5.2., Tr 3ACCO SC I EtfCE 130-131 /1 g 8i 11 wyltv1 00442 , , . , S 41. POLYKUCLEAR HYDROCARBONS I ti TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SNt3KE. 00411 t. 3,4-6ENZt}PYREHE. BENTLEY, I"§. R. , AND BURGAl1, J.G., $0412 ~ 12TH TOBACCO CHEh11I STS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, DURHAM, !#. C. , 0#413 1958. /THE ANALYST, 83, 4#Z'7f /1958/ 00414 42. TOBACCO AND CARBON MONOXIDE. /FRENCH/ BINET E.., 00#21 AND BOCKET, M. PRESSE MEDICALE, 63, 283-4 /1955/, 0$~l22 ~ C. A. 50, 292i /1956/. 0f~~+23 43. FHYS!l~LO~Y OF THE TOBACCO PLANT STEINBERG, R. A. ,.'atiD TSO, 00431 T. C., ANN. REV. PLANT PHYSIOL., 9, t51-174 /195$1. 0$432 ~ 44. THE AVERAGE DEGREE OF POLYMERIZATION /D.P./ OF CELLULOSE 05441 I N YAR! OUS TOBACCO TfP£S. r ART I 1. RESULTS. SAMF i ELD, M. 00442 AND CIiR I STY, Pt.G., TOBACCO SC I ENCE, I Y, 38 /1960/. 00443 ~ 45. COMPflS I T I ON OF C I GARETTE SMOKE. I S f. PHYTAO I ENES. RODGMAN, 00451 A., J. ORG. CHEM., 24 1916 /1959/. 00452 46. QUANT I TAT I VE C4iRflMATt}GRAPH I C SEPARA.T I 03i OF PYR I D I NE AND $0461 ' ' 46 RUM C I GARE TTE SMOKE. SOME PYR I D I!iE D ER I YAT i YES ; 2 00 ~ GLOCK, E., AND VAUGHAN, T., 13TH TOBACCO CHEMI STS , 00463 RESEARCH CONFERENCE, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, OCTt3B~R 29, 00464 ~ 47. ALKAL~OI~DS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. I i S. METHYL AND ETHYL 3-PYRIDYL $0475 KETONE AS CONST ! TUENTS OF BURLEY TOBACCO GIGARE t TE SMOKE. 0$47? QUIN, L.D., MF:4dEI-'EE, B.S., AND PAPPAS, M.A., J. OF CKG. 016473 CHEM., 26, 267-8 /196i e` 00474 ~ 48. THE PRESENCE OF SQUALENE IN CIGARErTE SMOKE. KOSAK, A., 004$1 AND SW3NEl1ARr, J., CHri~i. + IND., 32 1O$7 ; 1958/. 004$2 49. FLUE-CURED TOBACCC. I;l. SOLANACHROMENE AND ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL. $0#91 ~ ROWLAND, R., J.A.C.S., 811, 6130 /1958/ 00492 50. THE COMPOS I T I UN OF C I GARE:T T E SMOr;E. I V. ALPHA-TOCOPNEROL. 00501 ~, RODGMAN, k. , AND C1iOK, t.. , TOBACCO SC I ENCE, I Y, 7/19$$f /. $0502 ® 51. IZAWA, M., J. AGR. CHEM. SOC. OF JAPAN, 29, 7''j4 /1955/ 00511 ® AND 30, 332 /1956/. 00512 52. PYR I K I, C., BERL I N I NST 1 TUT T ABAY.FORSCHUttu WOHLSDORF- 00521 BIENDORF, 1, 62 1195'4l. 00522 ~ 53. DETERM! NAT I ON OF N 1 CD1 t 4tiE AND TAR I N TOBACCO SMOKE. /GERMAN/ 00531 54. STAUB, M., A'~{~ r''RRSp, H,, ~':TTEILI'NGEN AUS D£P1 GEf~tETE 00532 DER LEBEI~iSMiTTfiLUIdTsIR;t'CN~'~+G UND HYGIEar'E, 44, 371-7 /1953/ 00533 ESTIMATION OF TOBACCO AND CIGARc.TTE QUALITY BY CHENICAt. 90541 ANALYS I S OF MA;NSTR~A,:l :M."'K£. TR 1 E'`J, I. S., 2ND 00542 RNTERNATlQNtt?. TCRACrr SvI~NCE CONGRESS, BF.U-,SELS, PAPER NO. 00543 44. 1-7 /1958/ 09544 55. TARS AND NICOTINE !V CIGARETTE SMOKE. /FRENCH/ TRIFU, K., 00551 REVUE IN1ERNAT IGNti'.f. DES TR,'yh.CS, 33, 27-30 ; 1958/. 00552 56. THE PRESENCE 0V NIrFG'aS CXI0E AND METHYL NITRITE IN CIGARETTE 00561 SMOKE AND TOBACCO PYRJ: f3iS G4':ES. PtiILIPt'E, R., AND #tt¢562 HACKNEY, E., TOBACCO SCIENCE, I i I, 139 /1959/. 00563 57. SOLUBLE BRt}Wtt i NG REAi. T I GN P I GMENTS OF AGED BURLEY TOBACCO. 1. 00571 THE NOND I ALY2ABl.E. FRAC°: I ON. WR I GltT , H., BURTON W., 00572 AND BERRY, R., ARc'r!. BlOCHEM. + BIOPHYS., 86, 94 ll9f0f. 00573 58. SOME ASPECTS OF POLYPHENOLS OF TOBACCO. RE I D, W., TOBACCO 01581 SC I EtrCE, I f I, 103 / 1959/ . 00582 59. THE COMPONENTS OF C I:f~#?~: T SMOKE. I. FREL I MI NARY STUD I ES. 00591 KOSAK, A., SWIhiEHART, .T., AND TAB~.R, D., J. OF NATIONAL 00592 CANCER INSTITUTE, 17, 375-$6 /1956/ 01593
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I I I 60._ CIGARETTE SMOKE. II. SOME VARIABLES AFFECTING THE WATER CONTENT OF THE PART I CULATE PHASE. C{)GB I LL, E. , WART~tA~t, W., AND HARLOW, E., TOBACCO SCIENCE, III 136 /1959/. 61. INFRARED ANALYSIS OF TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL IN THE PARTICULATE PHASE OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. BILL, M., VILCI~iS, G., RESi~! K, F., TOBACCO SC I ENCE, I I I, 1 l 8/195=}/. 62. GAS CHROMAT(3GRAPH I C DETERMI NAT I QN OF SOME HYDROCARBONS I N CIGARETTE SMOKE. PATTON, H., AND TOUEY, G., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 1, 82 /1957/. 63. FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. V. P£3LYISOPRENt3ID CO-I'iPOUNDS. RDW-LAND, 29 /1c6$/ Tt3BACC0 SCIE€~CE IV AND GILES J R , , . , . ., 6~+. COENZYME Q. XI. THE ~TRUCTURE OF SOLANESOL. ERICKSON, R., SHUNK, C. , TRENNER, N., AR i SQ?~t, B., AND FOLKERS, K., J.A.C.S., 81, 4993 /1959/. 65. THE FREE AMINO-ACID CONTENT Ih RELATION TO CURED TOBACCO TYPES. JEAN, 0. B., CHEM. + ItfD., 201 /1960/. 66. INSECTICIDE RESIDUES ON TOBACCO. BOWERY, T. G., EVANS, W., GUTI"iRI E, Fs , AND RABB, R., AG. + FOOD CHEM., 7, 693-702 /1959/. 67. CHEMISTRY OF CIGARET SMOKE. I. CLEMO, G.R., TETR;u4EDROti, 3, 168-174 /1 9S8/. 68. ALKALt2 i D CQMPOS I T I tlN OF SPEC I ES OF N I COT I ANA; JEFFREY, R., TOBACCO SC I ENCE, 111, 89 /1 559/ . .11,. 69. REPORT ON THE DETERMINATION OF TOTAL ALKALOIDS, NICOTINE, AND NGRNICQTINE IN TOBACCO. OGG, C., BATES, W., COGBILL, E., HARROW, L. AND P-cTERSEN, E., TOBACCO SC I ENCE, 111, 98 /1 959/ . 70. ARSEN I C CONTENT OF CC)3RMERC I AL TOBACCO, 1917-i 95$ . Gl4THRI E, F., MC CANTS, C., SMALL, H., TOBACCO SC I El1CE., III, 62 /1959/. 71. THE COMPQSIT!QN OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. II. SOLANESYL AND PHYTOSTERYL ESTERS. R€lDGMAN, A., COOK, L., AND LATIMER, P., TOBACCO SCIENCE III 125 /1959/. 72. THE DETERMI NAT I OH OF RUT I N IN T6BACC6. WEAV i NG, A., TOBACCO SCIENCE, IV, 1 /1960/. 73. THE CHEMISTRY OF CIGAR SMOKE. 1!. SOME COMPONENTS OF THE NEUTRAL FRACTION. SCHEPARTZ, A., TOBACCO SCIENCE, IV, iV, 12 /196;/. 74. COMPOSITION STUDIES ON TOBACCO. Vi1I. TOTAL PARAFFINIC HYDROCARBONS IN AGED AND FERMENTED TOBACCOS. STEDMAN R. , , ~ AND RUSANiWSKI, W. TOBACCO SCIENCE, III, 167 f1959/. 75. PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY 6r TOBACCO SMOKE DICARBONYL COMPOUNDS AS THE 2,4-DINITROPHENYLHYDRAZONE DERIVATIVES. MARTIN, t., CHEM, + IND. 44 , 1439 /1958/ 76. METABRL I SM OF C~?UMAR I NS I AI SOLANACEAE. KALA, H., PLANTA MED., 6, 186-202 /19581. 77. POLYNUCLEAR AR(IMAT I C HYDROCARBONS I Pi C I GARET-SMt3KE CONDENSATE. Ii. VAN DUUREN, B.L., J. NAT. CANCER INSTITUTE, 21,623-630 /1958/. 78. SOME PHENt2LIC CONSTITUENTS OF CIGARET SMOKE. COMMINS, B., AND LINDSEY, A., CRIT, j, CANCER, 10, 504-6 11956f. 79, CHLQRQGf N I C AC I DS OF TOBACCO. JEAN, J. AND RE I D, W.W., CHEM. + I t{D. 655-6 /1959/ 80. PARA3'F I ti WAXES 6F BURLEY TOBACCO AND TdiE I R I SOLAT I Ui'1. GLADD I NG, R. AND 4r€R I GHT , H., TOBACCO SC I ENCE, I I I, 81-2 /1959/ 81. FRACt I C?NAT I t?N OF C I GARET SMOKE CGMPQtiEltTS. I I. NEUTRAL 0"t 1 00602 00603 0911 0012 00613 00621 00622 W23 00631 00632 00641 00642 00643 06651 00652 00661 "662 00663 01671 00672 40682 00691 09-692 ~~6~x ~ 00701 607#2 00703 00711 00712 00713 00721 00722 00731 00732 00733 08741 04742 00743 40751 ~ 00752 Ue 00753 ~ 00761 i-i p~ 00762 00771 00772 eo 00793 w $97 1 ,.~ 80782 00791 9V#1 iilitl8#2 it~~ ~
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LARSON, P.S., IN1}. + ENG. CHEM., 44, 279-83 /1952/. 01022 103. QETER.MINATION OF NICOTINE AND NORNICOTiNE IN MIXTURES. 01031 LARSOt3 P. S. , AND HAAG, H.B., I Ns~. + ENG. CHEM., ANAL. 01032 ED., 19, 86-90 /1944/. 01033 104. SOME PHENOL I C CONST 1 TUEN TS OF C I GARET SMOKE. CARRUTHERS, H. , 01 041 AND JOHNSTGNE, R.A.W., NATURE, 185, 762-3 /1960/. 01042 105. SOME NEUTRAL COMPONENTS OF CIGARET SMOKE. KOSAK, A. AND 01051 SWINEHART, J.S., J. ORG. CHEM., 25 222-5 /196//. 01052 106. U.S. TOBACCO JOURNAL, MARCH 7, 1¢ /199i;4/. 01061 10. 1~~. U.S. TOBACCO JOURNAL, MAY 16, 5/1~/. CAROTENOiD PIGMENTS OF AGED BURLEY TOBACCO. WRIGHT, H.E. ~1$91 JR., BURTON, W.W., BERRY, R.C., JR., VA. J. SC1., 1~ /4f, 01082 269-70 /SEPT. 1959/. 01083 109. CAROTENOIDS AND RELATED COLORLESS POLYENES OF AGED BURLEY 01091 TOBACCO. WRIGHT, H.E., .:R., BURTON, W.W., ANF} BERRY R.C., 01092 JR.,ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEM. + BIOPHYSICS, 82, 107-16 /1459/ 01093 110. CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CIGARET TAR PRODUCED BY HUt4AN SMOKING. 01101 /JAPANESE/ TAKAYA.MA, S., AND OTA, K., GANN, 51, 01102 97-103 /1960/. 01103 111. EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF HiGP MOLECULAR WEIGHT CYCLIC Q1111 PARAFFINS IN TOBACCO LEAVES. BENDORAITiS, J.G., 11112 RUSANIWSKYJ, W., STEDMAN, R., AND SWAiN, A., CHEM. + IND., 0;113 NO. 26, 838-9 /196a/. 01114 112. THE I SOLAT I ON AND i DE:NT i F I CAT i ON OF PYROCOLL FROM C 9"2RETTE 01121 SMOKE. MOLD, J.D., MEANS, R.E., AND KALLIANOS, A.G., 01122 TOBACCO SCIENCE, iv, 130 /1960/. ' 01123 113. EFFECT OF GIBBERELLIC ACID APPLICATIONS TO LEAVES OF 11131 N i COT I ANA ON NORN i CQT i4E , ANABAS I NE , META?i i CO T I NE , 01132 OXYNICOTINE, AND ;ViCGTINiC ACID CONTENT: E.V. PARUPS, 01133 TOBACCO SCIENCE, Iv, 163 /1960/. 01134 114. CARCiNOGENiC NlTR3GEN HETEROCYCLICS IN CIGARET SMOKE ¢1141 CONDENSATES. VAN DUUREN, B.L., B9LBA0, J.A.,AND JOSEPH, 91142 C.A., J. NAT. CANCER INST., 25, 53-61 /196~/. $11#3 115. PHENOLIC COMPONENTS IN CIGARET SMOKE. IZAWA, M., KOBASHI, Y., 01151 AND SAKAGUCHI, S., BULL. AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN, 23, 01152 194-198, 198-200, 2fa1-406 /1959/. 01 053 116. COMPOSiTION OF CIGARET SMOKE. STUDIES ON STUBS AND TIPS. 01161 LINDSEY, A.J., BRIT. J. CANCER, 13,195-9 /1959/, 01162 TOBACCO A85;RACTS, 3, -1917 /19'59/. 01163 117. I NFLUENCE OF SMOK I tiG PROCEi;1URES 0N CCMSUST I ON TEMPERATURE 01171 (UF C I GARET S AND THE N I COT I N,r, CONTENT OF C I GARET SMOKE. 0172 KOBASHI, Y., SAF,AGUCH i, S.,AND I ZAWA, M., BULL. AGR. 01173 CHEM. SOC. JAPAN, 23, 528-32 /1959/. 01; j4 118. CARBONS L CONST i TUENTS I N THE YpLAT I LE 0I LS FROM FLUE-CURED ~4; 1~31 TOBACCO. >NAW, W,tMA G.J. STErHENS, R.L., WEYBREW, J.A., 01182 TOBACCO SCIENC€., IV, 179-1~1 i1950/. 01183 119. THE DE;ERMI NAT i ON OF MC;aTHOi. i N MENTHOLATED C IGARETTES. 01 191 LUBUS, J,2., BCGV€. ¢i.O., TOBACCO SCIENCE, IV, 213 /190/. 01192 120. COMBUSTION TEMr ERATURF. OF SOME UNBLENDED CIGARETS AND THE 01201 TRANSFER OF NICOTINE INTO CIGARET SMOKE.. KOBASHi, Y„ 912#2 SAKAGUCHI, S. AND IZAWA, M., BULL. AGR. CHEM. SOC. 01203 JAPAN, 24, 274-7 /1960/. 01204 121. HAAG, H.B., J. AMER. GERIATRICS SOC., 2, 274 /1954/. 01211 122. THE ROLE OF Ct{LGRt1GE:NIC ACID AND PL11S1`:D PIGMENTS IN THE 01221 BP.OWNING Uf YARIf.GATED TOBACCO LEAVES. ZUCKER M. AND $1222 STINSON, ?i.t., TOBACCO SCIENCE, fV, 226-233 l14i/. 01223 123. THE CONSTITUENTS OF TOBACCO SMOKE, AN ANNOTATED SIBLICGRAPHY 01231 . :,>,s: z },..1,
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~ 1= Y tem ~ I I I I I I i .Q- - TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS STANDING COMMITTEE, RESEARtN 01232 EDITED BY H.R. BENTLEY AND E.G.N. BERRY, 3 PAPER NO 01233 , . SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 /196# /. 9123# 124. FREE AMINO ACIDS OF CURED TOBACCO MIDRIBS. WRIGHT, Fi.E.,JR., 01241 AND BERRY, R.C. JR., CHEM. + 3t~t)., BURTON W .~'. i#1242 , 1491 /f9611 01243 125. PYR I a I N-3-OL I N C I GAR SMOKE. SCHMELTZ, 1, AND STEDMAN, 01251 R. L., CNEM. + iNi3. 1244-5 /1962/ 01252 126. THE ! SOLAT I ON OF HARMANE AND ttORHARMANE FROM TOBACCO AND 01261 C! GA4tET SMOKE. P0I NDEXTER, E,H. JR. AND CARPENTER, R.1'?. , 01262 PHYTflCMEMI STRY, 1, 215 ~21 /1962/. e1263 127. MACROCYCLIC DITERPENES. ALPHA AND BETA-4,8,13- 81271 CUVATRIENE-1,3-D40LS FROM TOBACCO. ROBERTS, D.L. AND 01272 ROWLAND, R.L., JOURNAL OF RGANIC CHEMISTRY, 27, 3989-95. 01273 /1962/ 0127A 128. THE COMPOSITION OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. XI. HETEROCYCLIC t312$1 NITROGEN COMPOUNDS FROM TURKISH TOBACCO SMOKE. 01282 16TH TOGACCO CNEMISTS RESEARCH L.C . A. AND COOK RODGMAN 01283 1 , ' , CONFERENCE, PAPER -23 /1~2/. 03 284 129. THE CARC;NOGENICITY OF BENZQFLUORANTtiENES. WYNfl ER, E.L., 01291 AND HOFFMANN, D., CANCER, 12, 1194-9 /1959/. $1292 130. ISOLHTION OF SOME CONSTITUENTS FROM THE ESSENTIAL OIL OF 01301 DARUMA TOBACCO LEAF. /JAPANESE/ ONISHI, I., FUKUZUMI, T., 013#2 YA,MAMJTO, K., AND TAKAHARA, H., SCI. PAP. CENT. RES. INST. 013f3 JAPAN MONOP. CORP., 103, 25-9 /1961/ 013f4 131. THE SEMI-QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF METHYL T'H€ONlTRITE $1311 AND CARBON DISULFIDE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. PI"iILIPPE, R,J. 01312 AND MOORE, H., TOBACCO SCIENCE 5, 121-4.=/1961/. 01313 132. FREE PHEHOLIC ACIDS IN CIGARETTE SMOKE AttO TOBACCO. 01321 PAPER CHROMATOGRAPtiY,SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATIGN. 01322 YANG, C.H. AND WENDER, S.H., J. CHROMATOGRAPHY, 8, 82-89 01323 /1962/. 01324 133. CICtiOqIIN IN TOBACCO. RUNECKLES, V.C., CHEM. + IND., 01331 893 /1962/. 01332 134. AMOUNTS OF OX I DES OF N I TROGEli AND CARBON MONOX I DE I N 01341 CIGARETTE SMOKE, wITN AND WITHOUT INHALATION. BOPCh10VEk, 01342 C. AND NIESSEN, H.N., NATURE, 192, 458-9 /1961I. 01343 135. IDENTIFfCATION OF 5-HYDROXYMETHYLFURFURAL AND PROTOCATECHUIC 01351 ALDEHYDE IN C I GARETTE SMOKE. YANG, CHAO-HW AND 01352 WENDER, S.H., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 6, 158-161 /1962/. 01353 136. TURK i Sti TOBACCO. i. I SOLAT t Oti AND CNARACTER I ZAT I Oli OF 01 361 ALPHA AND BETA-LEVANTENOLIDE. GILES, J.A, AND SCHUMACKER, 01362 J.N., T€TRAHEDRON, 14, 246-51 /1961/. 01363 137. GAS CHROMAT"•GRAPNY OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. II. IMPROVEMENT IN 01371 SEPARATiCE' WITH THE HELP OF CAPILLARY COLUMNS. /GERMAN/. GROB, K.= BEITRAGE ZUR TABAKFORSCHUNG, 9, 315 /1962/. 01372 01373 Cn 138. ! DENT I F I CAT I Oti OF FURFURYL ALCOHOL ! tf C I GARETTE SMOKE. 01381 GUVERNATOR, G.C. Ili, TOBACCO SCIENCE, 7, 63 /19&3/. 01382 139 PART I T I ON OF TOBACCO ALKALO IDS AND SOME NP COT I I'tE 01391 . TRANSFQRMAT I ON PRODUCTS OH A PAPER SHEET SUPPORT. #1392 ~ NAGHSKI, J., AND EISNER, A., ARCH. 1310Ct~EM., PORTER W.L. t1393 , 24, ~+6{-3 /1949/. ~~ ~ 140. CYCLIC DIMERS OF ISOPRENE AND THEIR RELATION TO Sf}ME 01 COMPONENTS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. JOHNSTONE, R.A..k. AND 01402 141. QUAN, P.M., J. CHEM. SOC., 2221-4 /1963/. A S TUDY OF S I MPLE PLANT PHENt2L I C COKPOUNgS I N TOBACCO jl1f+#3 01 411 FLOWERS AND LEAVES. WATANABE, R., PH.D. THESIS, 01#12 In lw~
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_f, E77 w A&K .,:w~ m I u I I I MvE'RS S TY OF OKLAHOMA, UNI VERS € TY hi I CRDF I LM 62-58113, 01414 1952 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 0141 142. BASIC C6t!Pt}KEPiTS OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. ALDRiDGE, G.R:, 81421 PH.D. TFiES I S, NEW YORK 4!N i VERS I TY, 1958. 111 422 143. M4N3D, R. 8AUNiGARTNER, REtiENs, 1959 144. CHEMI CAL COMPaS I T i CsN OF TOBACCO SMOKE. /RUSS I AN/ ~1441 SHAICHNQYSKi I, L.N. TABAK, MOSCOW, 21 /4/, 17-Z0 I1%_o/. .01442 145. PHflTt3METR1 C JETER4I NAF i 0N OF N I Ct?T I NE AND PYR I D I NE i N #1451 FOBACCO SMOKE. /GER.'4ANI. AaMUS, E., yQHRE, R., AND 91452 KRAETSC€•4, ,~,,ZE I TSCHi'dI FT FUR ANALYT i SC'I•iE CHEi~t€ E, 187, 01453 33-37 /15t52 / 01 ~.~~ 146. SPECTROPHOT4METR I C D4~TERMI ~iAT I ON OF ~1 I COT I NE € N TOBACCO 0141) AND TOBACCO SMOKE CCNflENSATES. 3ARKEl4£YER, H. AND 01462 SE£HOFER, F. ZEITSCHRIFT FUR LEBENSMiTTELUNTERSUCHUNG 01463 UND FORSCHUNG, 112, 50-52 /1960/ 01464 147. SEPARAT € ON BY PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY € N THE DETERM i NAT € 0N 01471 014 1 1 14 L. 9 148. DETEkMI NAT I 4h OF T~1 r'Al. PART I C~3LATE MATTER, NI CflT I NE, AND ~$1 t~1 WATER IN CIGA€2F.TTE SMLKE. OGG, C.L. BATES, W.W., 91#82 COGBILL, E.C., BLACKMORE, R.H., AND PETERSEN, E.L. 01483 .J.A.tS.A.C., 45, 514-545 /1962i. g14$4 149. CgLOR I METfi i C DE TERM i NAT i 4N OF NORNI CQT I N£ 'WI TH 1, 3- 01491 I NDANED I aNE . GL CCI:, E. AND h`R I GHT, M. P. ,15TH TOBACCO 01492 CHEM I STS R.ESEAf?C'i CCNFERENCE, PH I LADELPH i A, 19561. 91493 150. THE RELAT I r•N OF Nt3RN I C0I; NE i'; TOBACCO TO C I GkRFTTE SMOKE 91501 ARCMA AND COMP(3S € T I GN, GLCCK, E. AND V,R I GHT,l' M. P. 01502 16TH TOBACCO CI•!EMI:":a RESEARCK CCNF=REN•:E, RiCHt`~40t.D, 1962 ;I543 15'a . STUDY OF nLKAt_OI DS I N B'Ji.GARI AN C I GARET E ES ,A,ND SMOKE BY ild 511 MEANS OF PAP£R-F I LTEsR CHROMATDGRAPHY. /6~' t;ARI AN/ € YAlttJY,N. ,01512 CiG€C~~ADY B~7~.GP.RSt;OI AKA.DEM I I NA~JK, 12, 317-320 /i 9$9/ 01513 152. I SOLAT I ON OF HA}th4ANF AND NORHARMANE FROM C i GARETTE SMOKE. 01521 PQI NQEXTER, E.H. AhD CARPENTER, R,.D.,CHEMI STRY AND 01522 I NDtJSTRY, P. 1 76 /1 962/. #1523 153. ALKALOIDS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. 111. METHYL AND ETHYL 3-PYRIDYL 01531 KETONE AS CONCT;TDENTS OF BURLEY TOBACCO CIGARETTE SMOKE. 01:32 Qf.~i±tN, t..D., MENEFEE B.S., AND PAPPAS, N.A.,Jt}tSRtiA[. OF 0153 4RCAN I C CtiE:MI S-RY, 2~, 2b7-r.68 /1 ~1 /. 0153 ~ 155. PHE°r,'-s OF CirAR ,;MCYE. SCHMEt.TZ, I., NIGFiAN, Et.C., AND 01551 SIFDMAN, R.i..,ifiTH TOBACCO CHEMISTS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 21552 RICHMOND, gQ62. $1553 156. €DENTSFICATlCN C'F Ql.'iNIC';: IN CIrARETTE SMOKE. NAKAGAWA, Y., 01561 YANG, C.H., 00 wENDER, S,at,, JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEM€STRY, $1562 26, 30f7-3019 /1951/. 157. SOME ;EMI Q'.3AN€ I TAi I YE GAS CHRGMAi CGRAPH I C STCi3 I£S ON THE ORGANIC ACIDS Df' TOBACCO ANF' ITS SMOKE. QUIN, L.D., GEORGE, W., ANO MrNEFE~, B.S.,J.A.O.A.C., 44, 367-373 /1gb1l, 158. YOi_AT i L(: AC ID. OF ~. € Gr,R SMOKE. SCFt,MEL1'Z, i. AND SCEti.QTZHAtte'R, W.S., TOBACCO SCiE!fCE, 5, 92-94 /1961 /. 159. NONVOLATILE ACIDS OF Ct(%AR SMOKE. SCHMELTZ I. AND SChtLOTIH,~tlER, Y1.S., TOBACCO SC€ENCE, 6 ~-91 /19627. 160. Qt1Al~T 1 TATIYE DETERMi?rAt lDN OF F'H~,NDE.S IN fOBACCC SMOKE. /GFRMAN/ Nt7FFMANN, D. AND K'rNDER, E.L., SEIFRAGE ZUR TABAKFORSCHUNG, HD. 3, 101-10b /1 961 /. 161. FOTENT i fi,L CANCEf?QGF NS i N C i GQRE 1 SM09CE. r tNi:? 1 NGS OF U~ TN': ALKALD €D CONTENT OF C i GARETTES AND OF C i GAaETTE 01472 SMOKE /BULG4R' AN/. :VANI•JV, i. BULGARKI TYUTYtJN, 4, 355- 01473 357 /1959/ . m A i~_ CM E. ®
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3 ,4-BEAtZOPYRENE, /BU'_aAR! AN/. ALEKSAhEDROV, K., 01612 S1M;,VP., P., AND SAVAEINOVA, I., NEOPLASMA, 8, 575-6 /19£s1! 01613 162. FCLYNUC LEhR HYDkOCAR30RS .' h1 TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. 11. 01621 THE GR I G I td OF 3,4-BENZOPYRENF: FOUND I N TOBACCO AND TOBACCO 01622 SMOKE. BENTLEY, H.R. AND BURGAN, J.G., ANALYST,' 85, 91623 723-7 /19601. 01624 163, DE:TERJr€I NAT I ON OF PARAFF I"i WAXES OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE 01631 BY :AS-L!Q!.'€7 CHRO'qATJGRAPHY. CARUGNO, N., U.S. NATIONAL 61632 CANCER lNST;mTE M04^CRA~'ti tiC-. 9, i71-181 /1,?6<<'. 01633 164. FROD'Jt.TlGN OF ">,L-BEtVZPYRE,Nr IN CIGARETTES WITH PAPER 01641 !.MPR~GNATEG WTH AMMON: C.'tl S:; LFAMAT:.. ,'FRE!VCH/. CIIZ I Pi, o1642 •,1.L ., wL$BERT-NABAR7, M., MUEL, B., ROYER, R., AND 01643 LATAR)ET, R., 8:..'~LE:T!N GE LA SOCIETE CHIMIQUE DE FRANCE, $1644 5, P. 982 /i960i. 01645 165. SPrCTRCFLE.;GRE:SCEVT dtit',t.YSR= OF TliE PRODUCTS OF SMOKING.. 01651 i'R,US5,AKl D!KUN, a.P. AND CHUSHKIN, S.G., VOPROSY 016,2 OttKOL~X! : , ; , ?4-38 /1 g59/ . 0 1653 i 66. SOME DAT r, ON rilL C^NF En; UF 3,4-BENZOPYRENc IN TOBACCO 01661 SMOKE. /RL'SS'AN/ C;KUN, P.P., "RASNITSKAYA, N.D., AND o;662 ClTuClsstlN, S.G., V,.PRCSY CN!COLOC€!, 8, 31-35 /1962/. 01663 167. ON THE t SOLAT +'3N AND : DEN T i FI CAT ! 0?'i OF POLYCYCL I C AROMAT ! C 01671 trtDROCAQQONS. HCFFMAhti, D. AN0 W"PlDER, E.L., CANCER, N.Y., 01672 13, 1062-1073 01673 i68. SF?C~?T-rCF;M EtETERM:NAT`CS CF CARCIltiJGENlC AROMATIC 01681 Nti'DRC:AFiBO~cS. HOFFMANN, D. AND WYNDER, E.L., ANALYTICAL 01682 CHEMISTRY, 32, 295-6 f196o/ 01683 169. COMr'OS € T I QN OF C€ GARE T T L SMGY E. SOME LOW-BOI L€ NG C0MPONENT S. 01691 ..'CHNSTO'tr, R.A.W., QUt;Pe P.M., AND CARRUTHERS, W., ;31692 NATt,'RE, ;95, 126;-9 i;997/. 01693 170. VARIATION OF` stiE GAS P'°+ASF GOMPO:;T€ON WITHIN A BURNING 017111 C IG.`StE.T TF:. K.r I TH, C.H. A'i7 tiEW:SC'ME, J.Rn , 15TH TOBACCO 01702 Cl'cM;'.,TS R=SF.r^CH L^hlFER:.Pt;~., PHILADEL.P~r~IA, 1961. 01703 171. SCMt GE3SEP,VAT €ONS UPC"t THE i.,NEM! STRY OF 'rOBACCO SMOKE. 01 71 1 LINDSEY, A,,;,, IN TOBACCO AND HEALTH, EDITED BY 01712 6. JAMES AND T. RCSENTHAL, SPRIFtGFlELD, C. C THOMAS, 01713 21-32 /1962/. 01714 172. REOUCT I CN OF Ii,X € C S':aSf ^,kCES ; N TOBACCO SMOKE BY 01721 PRFTRLt'FML`N.' :~F" T;9ACCC1 W;TN Pti GRGANlC SCLVF.'sT. id: 722 IGE"AN.•` . MA'.' TNr ;', E.., LE:: 7;iC!'R.: F T F'Uk F•RAVENT I VMED I L!N, ,A72~ 6, 428-443 /i9bi'. 0172 173. E:XTRACT.GPt C`F TCBACCO :Y SOME CRi;Ah:C. SOLVENTS AND 01 731 CoNSk.Q€1ENCE= ON CHEMl;.Aa t"MPCSiTICN OF- TK_ SMOKE. Oc732 /F"RL"<t!/ MOUkC4, J.C., BC;NNET, J., AND `tEUKOMM, S., 01733 ~ ONCC,C.OG I A, 13, :.'l 1-8 e tc,6f/ 81 ?34 ~ 174. VARIAT€CNS CF TFi~ Cr'.:..M€C4L 4C"'cDSlTIt?ft OF TOBACCO SMOKE 01741 ~ RY THE ADD! r:GN OF' f URE PRODt.;CTS TO CaMPtCTE,LY EXTRACTED 91742 TOBACCO. /FRENCH/ M..URON, J.C., E30NNET, J., AND NEUKL-K4, 01143 S., ET!ILI.ETIN DE. EA 50, :;TF VA~"DO;SE OF;S SC;EEtCES 0e -'44 ~ NATEIRE.Lt.E'.S, 67, 447-45 3 : : ~1 s .. 0:745 tp 175. QU4NIEFATfVE. D(:TE.RM!NGTli?N OF 3,€s-BENZPYkE;NL' By ~1 ?51 c,0 f°I UCRFSCF.NCE. S°vCTROPHOTOM~TpY AT 1% DEGREES C. /FRENCN/. a1 ?52 CIO Mt1iL, R. AND .A~.Rc);X, t,., F`LLE:TlN DE LA SuC:ETE C4€MIQUE - 91753 t® F. €~;NCE;, 11!12, 2i39-2147 196Df 01754 176. DLfF.CTIh?d .1•14D 4.ST!MAi l0ll OF 3,i•--BLErcZF'YFENE AND A"-'SEN;;' IN et761 C IGIRETTE. SMONL. /C7.L:.KOSt^VAK€AN/ E'AVLU,J.. AND SULA.J., ei762 CASOPIS E_~KARJ Ct.SKYt:F9, 96, 1$1-4 /1OC-V! 01763 177. F'E:RTHER CUNtniE3UTlCN ON THE TuE:MC., RE:E:NjION OF` "OKE 01771
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~~. I I I I I I I I I t t CONSTITUENTS DURING CIGARETTE SMOKING /GERMAN/ 01772 P i ETZSCb9, A., PFfARM4Z i E, 17, 36-41 /1962/ 01 7g3 178. APPEARANCE OF POLYCYCL I C HYDROCARBONS I N C IGARETTE SMOKE. 017 1 PYRlKi, C.,CORESTA iNFORMATION BULLETIN, NO. 1, 11-13 01:.782 /1960/ 01783 179. OCCURRENCE OF gOLYCYCL i C HYDROCARBONS i N C I GARET TE SMOKE. 01791 !i. INVESTIGATION OF THE LlPOPNILiC F'RACTlON OF INDIVIDUAL 01792 SMCKE FRACTIONS AS WELL AS OF TOBACCO. /GERMAN' 01793 PYR;KI,C., MiJLLE'R,R. 1~-.~tD MG'.DEN!-iAItER,Mt., BERiC!iTE DES 01794 I"~STlTtJTS FUR TABAICF"t~RSC~tUNu, DRESDEN, 7, 81-11112 /1960/ 4F1 ;5 180. STUDY OF CIGARETTE SMOKL AND CIGARETTE PAPER SMOKE ALONE. RAND CARDON, S.Z., ALV(1RD, E.T., AND BURHAN, A., H.J. 01802 , , r;.1,NCE-R CYTOL4GY , 4, 18-?1 /1 961 / o1€'03 181. CCIMPCSlTlON OE' CIGARETTE SMOK€. V. SOLANESENES. RODG,MAN, A., $'811 COOK L.C., AND MIMS, S.S., JOURNAL OF ORGA!~iC CHEMISTRY,. 01812 26, 497-~~1 /1961 / 01813 182. COMPOSlTION OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. VI. COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT 01821 T03ACC0 TYPES. RODGMAN, A., COOK L.C. AKD CHAPPELL, 01822 C.K., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 5, 1-5 01823 183. INVESTIGATION OF 3,4-BENZOS'YRENE AND OTHER POLYCYCLIC 01831 HYDROCARBONS IN TIJE SMOKE FROM ITALIAN CIGARETS./ITALIAN/ 01832 SCASSELLAT!-SFORZOLlNI, G. AND MARIANI, A., LA RICERCA 01833 SC I ENT i F i CA, 1, 98-1 17 /1961 / 01834 184. 3,4-BENLPYRENE ANTi OTHER POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS IN THE 01841 SMOKE OF NAZiONALE ESPORTAZIONE CIGARETTES. /ITALIAN/ 01842 SCASSELLAT!-SFORZOLINI, G. AND MARIAti!, A., BOLLETTINO 01843 OL.LLA SOCIETA ITALiAVA Di Bl4LOGIA SPERIMENTALE, A1844 37, 766-8 /1961 / 01845 185. RECENT STUDIES ON POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS OF CIGARETTE 6,851 SMCKE. Ct3NPArZ;SON OF ASPIRATED SMOKE WITH THAT COLLECTED 01852 IN ttHt3iENT A;R. /lTALiAN/ SCASSELLAT!-SFORZOL!Ni, G. AND 3i853 SALDl, G., B1,t.E.cTiINO DELLA SOCIETA lTAL:AN#1 DI BIOLOGik 01b54 SPLRIMENTALE, 34, 769-771 /1961/ 01855 186. MEASUREMENT OF T t#c ADSi1RPT ! ON OF I SOPRENE AND ACETALDEHYDE 01861 IN TOBACCO SMOKE BY SOME COMMt3N ABSORBENTS. WI LL tAMSON, 01862 ALLMAN, D.R., AND ia'JULAN, K.G., 16T`N TOBACCO J. T. $1863 , CHEMISTS RFS~.ARC4f CONFERENCE, RICHMUND, 1962 01$fi4 187. A! CC'i-?()LS OF T Ot3l;CC0. SOLANESOL AND N-D©C,fs'aANOL. CARRU T i-iERS , 0187, W. AND JOt{NSTONE, R.A.w., CHc,MiSTRY'+ !NDl;STRY, 27, 6,872 867 -8 r 1960! 01873 188. CpMF'OS, T€ ON OF C I G:,RET T E SMt7I~E. v! !!. ALPHA-AND BETA- LP1881 l.~'lt.NiP:NOLlt7 Lt.NiP:NOLlt7L rROM TURKISH TCBACCO SMOKE. COOK, L,C. @1882 1 ROCr~,MAN, A. TOBACCO SC I ENCE, 6, 32-3 /1 }62/ 0 883 189. COMPOSITiO*t OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. VII. NORMAL LONG-CHAINED 01891 PFa ! MAR Y ALCOHOLS. CO0l4, L. C., RODGMAN, A., AND YOUNC, 01892 G.W. TORACC~? SC! ENCE, 5, 6-10 /1 961 / 01893 190. ISOLATi6N AND lDENTlFiCATiON OF STIGMASTERYL AND BETA- $5901 SITOSTERYL G;.t1COSI0F:S IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. KALLIANOS, A.G., 01902 MEANS, R.E., WlLLlAMS, J.B., AND MOLD, J.D,, 1$TEi TOBACCO 01,003 CHCNi Cj S RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PH! LADELPti I A 1961 #190i+ 191. F"REE SUGARS !N C i GARE T T€ SMOKE./JAPANESE/ K6BASH!, Y. AND 01911 SAKAf l."tl !, S., SC i t.*t T! F I C PAPERS OF THE CENTRAL RESEARCH 01912 iNST! rUT £ OF THE JAF':~N MONOPOLY CORP., NO. 102, l 6-19 01913 /i94~0. 192. QUANT i iA6 lVE t?I F'FERLNCES BETWEEN CONTENTS OF LOW l4aLECULt.12 01921 CARBONYL COMPOUNDS AS PRESENT IN THE SMOK£: OF CIGARETTES 81922 OF D i F'k r RCNT TOBACCO COMPOS ! 3 I ON AND OF p i f FERE*iT TOBACCO 01923 I 4 Y ® ~ H w ."""._...~. ~ ~
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- A HUMIDITY. /GERMAN/ PAILER, M., KUHN, H., AND fi19'24 GR:.4@iBf.RGER, I., FACHL t CNE MI TTE I LtJNCEN DER OSTERRE I CH I SCHEM $1925 TABAKREG I E, NO. 3, 33-9 /S 962/ a #192b 193. CCMPOSITIGN OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. {X. AN ALIPHATIC ESTER 01931 FRACT I ON FROM TOBACCO AtsD TOBACCO SMOKE. RODGMAM, A., 91932 CGOK, L.C., f3Et.! ;'a, S.A., MIMS, S.S., AND YOUNG, G.W., 01933 TOBACCC SCIENCE, 6, 42-9 /1962/ $1934 194. C0mt'OS I i i Otf OF C I CARET TE SMJKL'. X. 1 2-AL ghk-HYCROXY-3 3- 01941 EP I MANOYL itX I JE FRC'14 TUIRKi SH TOBACCO SMOKE. RCDG.4AN, A. 01942 AND COOK, L.C., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 6, 125-6 /1962/ 03943 195. STERGLS IN CIGA4ETTF SMOKE. ;JAPAwESE/ SAKAGUCHt, S. AND 61~1 KQBASH.,''. , SC I':t~i jF I C PA¢ERS OF THE CENTRAL RESEARCH #1952 I NST ; TUrE OF THK JAPAN M'JNOPOLY CORP., NO. 103, 15-18 01953 /1 961 / 01954 1 96, # D='.'e T I R 3 C#%: ,' G4 OF CAREiONYi..S IN C i GAR. S.'~4CKE BY HYDRAZGttE 01961 EXCi~A!t:E.rst".S Ct',F.r'M~aIJGtR~',PH~' .R~',PH~'. SCFiEPARTZ, A, I. AND -431962 MCDOWELL, P.E., V.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, AGRICULTURAL 01963 RESEARCH SERV i CE, ARS 73-34 /3 961 / $1964 197. AM S~iT AND 77 COMr ~3S : T:C'N OF THE SOL I D-L I QU i 0 PHASE OF TOBACCO 01971 SMUKr. /RUS:~;AN/ ASt".AEV, P.G. AND POPOVA, L.P., 01972 ' ZVES t c YA VY SSH I K-t UCN :BNYKH LAVADEN I I P i SHCHEVAYA g;97 3 TEKI~NC3LOC=! df;, NO. 4, 51-7 i~-06? / $1974 MC~ i; T';5,l. 1tc TOIAL PARI I CCiC ATE MATTC.R OF 01981 + 98. DETEFtM ! Nt.T ! C~ Of U I CP,=~7 t f. ~HCKE 8t "iLkR-1 WI'RARED SPEC TaOPH'3TOMETRY. 01982 CROFlE.IL, t".F'., KUHhi, W.F., PESNIK, F.E., AND VARSEL, C.J., 01983 TGBACCC} SCIENCE, 5, 54-7 /i961.1 01984 199. DF_Tf.RMI NH'i ON OF M'. :S-Tl1P,E I N THE Tf,TA'_ PART I CULATE MATTER 0199, OF CIGAR SMOKE. F-ISHEL, J.B., TGBACCa SCIENCE, L, 016992 198-200 /196p! 01993 200. MO; STURL' I N THE {f'TAL P~,RT I CULATE MATT ER AND GAS PHASE OF 02"3 CIGARErTE S% J.:-. AND (.RiQLiN, W.B., 8?0$? J.A.O.A.C., 4?, 5i5-8 02I~3 201. cLECTRCM-Re.S':~~+A'~C~ STUD I~S CF THE FREE RAD I CALS PRODUCED I N 024011 TG`BnCCD P'rRC3;.Y:;iS A"tJ IN OTHER RELATED COMPCUNDS, 02012 iNGRA!~ D.-J.E., ACTA MEDICA SC114~DINAViCA, 170, SUPPLEMEilT Ql2fI3 -369, ~+3-6:. r~96i/ , 02014 202. Cf.'LNY,W.TION OF MOIST.,Ff. Ih THE ruTAl. PARTICULATE MATTECr 020:3 OF r:I C,~RC''TF'. 3MCv.F.. `ARRE.t.'-, J.E. A"7f? 4xi LK"AM. t.E.. 0202: rC?3nCC:~ l.C~., 6, `1962!' 203. FNV!R's,-f.yTA'. Fj. J. AND SP~N~~ .'.e., g2~~; p ~ BQ; ; t5y Jr'_NhA' OF CARCER, 14, "83-8 1960 / it "0 32 :@!+ QE-rF.RM:*t.ATIGN OF c-AR8`.N MCNf't;Dr C;SARF.TTE SMOX,E 8` GAS ;-t•F0rtA'uC4.c, ~'Wr M~ '4r:;5r~ 4, R.t,, EEw:S, 1.S., AND CC?tFY, $1042 G.f., CQSf.~t.:'(' SCi:.!YC~., 6, :'4 ; i962/ 02f4l I 205. PA 'jj~:C,E'~+IC ACTIC~~t OF C $R(:WFiiNG SU3ST~IF+CES iSC-ATi.D $:=!''jt ?do-% I RrJm f~)SACC 0 SMCK`.!F R'.NCti,' Kf.UKGMM, S., BONNE:T, J., AaD 02052 OF TRE.f,M. , RUL,.ET I N Qf: LA SOC i F.t E VA'.'OC; SE DES 02053 ~ SCIE.NCLS NAiIiRF:l1.~:S, 67, 4:.±-4E.6 i'1a1/ 296 RE:S`NS OF TiCikCC(3 a'"t0 TQBAC''C SM4KI: Rr'0 W i+ AN~? N~`LL'E4 @2a 61 D.w., CHE'~iS'~fiY AND IN:'USTRY, 37, 1489~-149g /1961/ $2062 ~ 207. NAtl3f2At, P~4~?iOA~'T IVI f Y IN T^.NACCn AND TOBACCO SMOKE. $?071 ~ ~'k~yECKLES, V.c.:. ,!~AT:;R~-, 19' , 322-5 11961 1 82f72 e~ , ~ .. . . , . . , , 208. fj F~cF ^F TCiBACCC ~MCKEL n~t,:NSA'rt uN TEi` A'nRiAC cx cOA~;C~N 0208. i~?621 82~82 `E' ?84--5 / 12Pe, ~AtsRe 194 * g CYSTE iNE , ~ ., . ., , . . 209. FI L T PA?' i OFi OF C i uARC T t E. SMO'E .~ . FOR,C)YC E, W.B. , Ft43C,6if.S t *t NSCI. H C _- l1u 1 Ik 2il92 TOE~ACCC~ tir'cNCt: r 7~ ~ N I ~ , . V.. , . , ...~,. _, , /• I .W., A 2:6. CO'VTR,6L"TI{3N TO T4E SF`LCTRCF'lfDTC)METRiC DF:fEP.N,NAi iON ui $2r03
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A14 m I I I I I I I m ~r•. 211. NICOTINE 1N TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. /GERMAN/ 02102 Y.sJHN, 41. FACHL I CFiE Mi TTE I LtlNGEN DEI•t OSTERRE I CHI SCIiEN 02103 `A~3AKRE,G~F, PART 3, 1-4 /1959/ 02104 CON t R 1 BilT I CM TO THE DETERMI NAT I ON OF THE SMOKE CONDENSATE OF 0211 + FILTER CIGARETTES. /GERMAN/ KUHN, H. AND MAREK, J., 0211 2 FACHLICHE MITT€ILUNGEN DER OSTERREICHISCHEN TABAICREGIE, 021 ~ 3 NO. 1, 1-6 /1961 / 212. S I MPL I r' I LD METH00 FOR THE DET €RMI NAT I ON OF N I CQT I NE I N THE SiVE-STREAM SMOKE OF CIGARZ.TTFS. /GERMAN/ MULLER, R. A"e4 MOLDENHAULR, W., BER I CN TE DES I NST I TUxS FUR TABAY.FORSCHUNG, DRESDEN, 6, 265-277 /; g59/ 213. C::NTR I BUT I ON TO THE N I COT i NE DETERA4I NAT I ON I N MA! NSTREAM AND S I DEStREAM SMOKE OF C I GARETT ES ./GERMAN/ PYfit I K I, C. AND MOLDFNHAUE.ft, W., BERICHTE DES INSTITUTS FUR TABAKVORSCHUNG, DRESDEN, 9, 104-T 22 /1962/ 2114. L'N I FORM I NSTRUCT I ONS FOR TNE AtiALYS I S OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. /GERMAN/ WISSENSCHAFTLICHE FORSCHUNGSSTELLE IM VERBAND DER CIGARETTENINDUSTRIE, BEITRAGE ZT1R TASAKFORSCHUNG, NO. 5, 195-8 /1962/ 215. ON THE tNFLUCNCC OF MOISTURE CONTENT IN CIGARETTES ON C0M3US T I ON T EMPERATUR€ AND TRANSFERRED AMOUNT OF N I COT I NE INTO CIGARETTE SMOKE. KOBASHI, Y., SAKAGUCHI, S., AND IZAWA, M., B"ILETIN OF THE AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL 5C}~ 1 ET°f OF JAf AN, 23, 532-5 /i 959/ 2 G 6. STUC3 ;ES ON THE THERMAL DECOMPOS I T I ON OF TOBACCO ALKALO I DS . V. jkANSFER OF NICOTINE INTO SMOKE FROM NICOTINE-ADDED CIGARETTES. /JAPANESE/ KOBASHI, Y. AND SAKAGUCHI, S., SCIENTIFIC PAPERS OF THE CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE JAPAN MONOPOLY CORP., NO. 102, 13-15 /a9610/ 2i7. STUDIF:S ON THE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. V3. COMBUSTION TEMPERATURE Of CIGARS AND TRANSFER OF kiCGTiNE INTO CIGAR SMOKE. !.IAPANESE/ KOBASHI, Y. AtiD SAKAGUCHi, S., SCIENTIFIC PAPERS OF THE CENTRAL RESEARCH IN3'sETl1TE OF THE JAPAN MONOPOLY CORP., NO. 103, 5-8 /1961/ 218. I NF:.UE*dCE OF I NORGANI C SALTS CN THE CCt•tBUST I0N OF C I GARETTE AND ">K THE i RANSFrR OF N I CCT !"tE ON TO SMOKE. KOBAStt I, Y, ANJ SAKAuUCHt S., AGRI CULTURAL AND B I OLOG I CAL CNEM I STRY , 25, 200-5 1,1411 219. CCMPCS I T I i.N OF SMOKE FROM TOBACCO PREPARED BY D I FFERENT ME T4i07S OF DP,Y I NG ./RUSS I AN/ POPOVA, L,,T'. , I ZVEST I YA V`t: SH I K~+ l'CMEBN~fK'i ZAVL`DEN I I, P I SHCHE~PAYA TEKHNOLOG: YA, tv0. 4, 35-9 /i960i 220. SMCKE COMPOSI T iGN OF TORACCO FERMENTED UNDER DI FFERENT C7ItiDI T IONS. /RUSStAN/ PCPCVA, L.P., 1ZVESTiYA VYSSHIKH UCHEBNYKH ZAVEDEN I I, P 1 SHCHEVAYA T EKE9NOLOG I YA r NO. 3, 97-101 /1961 / 221. BEt4AVIOR OF OXYNICOTINE DURING THE SMOKING OF CIGARETTES. /GERMAv/ PYRIKI, C., DIE NAHRUNG, 4, 310-323 /1960/ 222. QUAS3TITIES OF TAR AND NICOTINE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF DIFFERENT CIGARETTE BRANDS TOGETHER WI TH STUD1 ES ON THE EFFECi OF SMOKED LENGTH AND MANNsR OF SMOKING. /SWEDISH/ STABERG, E-M., N:1RDISK HYGIENISK TIGSK.RIFT, 41, 199-216 ft960/ 223. S TUQ I rS ON THE T HERMAL DECOMi`OS I T i ON 0€ TOBACCO ALKAl.O i DS. I V. COMBUST i 0N TEMPERATURES OF U. S. BLENDED C I.GARET TES AND NICOTIN€; TRANSFER INTO CIGAREiTE SMOKE. /JAPANESE/ ~ ,,~,.~ ~..~ It'2314 02121 02122 02123 02124 $213i 02132 02133 02134 02141 02142 02143 02544 02151 022 52 02153 02154 I'd 2155 02161 02162 #l2363 02164 02165 02171 02172 02173 02174 02175 02;g6 921 T 02182 02 ~2T8 0 2:'37 02192 02 ~ 93 e 2,94 0 2 20 e Q42:02 0 220 3 0n2204 02212 Q?22t 92222 02224 #222 9`225 0 2231 0.'2.32 02233 Nw m4A ~ _.~. :.~ d
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I 224. 225. 226. 227. 278. ~ 229. ~ 230. ~ 231. ~ 232. ~ 233. , 234. 235. ~ 236. KOBASHt, Y. AND SAKAGUC1•I I, S., SC t ENT I F I C PAPERS OF THE 02234 CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE JAPAN MaafOP4LY CORP. 02235 NO. 102, 1g-i2 119b0/ B223b SEPARATIO4 AND IDENTIFICATION OF TOBACCO KETO-ACIDS BY PAPER 02241 CHROKATt',itAPHY. /Iti1SStA?i/ ASMAEV, P.G. 00 !'1"}tN.ACNEY, 62242 I.G., IZVESTIYA VYSSMtKH UCHEBRYK}i ZAVAaEHi4 PlStfCHfYAYA TEKlf;iJL£~G;YA, 5, 1Eo-~4 /1'9f9/ 0224 ~r22~~ CCMPOS I T I ON STUi7 I ES ON TOBACCO. X I I I. HEOP'rtY T AD I EHE LEVELS 02251 IN VARIOUS TYPES AND GRADES. BILINSKY, W.R. AND 02252 STEDMAN, R.L., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 6, 162-3 /1962/ 92253 ANALYTICAL STUDIES ON SOLANESOL-LIKE SUBSTANCES IN TOBACCO. 02261 BILENSKY, W.R. AND STEDMAN, R.L., J.A.O.A.C., 45, NO. 3, 02262 532-5 /s 3621 02263 HIGHER FATTY ACIDS IN THE SMOKE CONDENSATE OF BURLEY AND FLUE- 02271 CURED TOBACCOS. BELLIN S.A., 15TH TOBACCO CHEMISTS 02272 RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 19~a1 , PH1 LADELPH i A 02273 COMPOS:TION STUDIES ON TOBACCO. XV. STEAM-VOLATILE, NeUTRAL 02281 SUBSTAtlCES IN SMOKE FROM BLENDED AND UNBLENDED CIGARETTES. 02282 BURDiCK, D. AND STEDMAN, R.L., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 7. 113-7 02283 /1963/ 432284 ACET(3NITRILE AS A CONSTITUENT OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. CA.MPBE3.L, 02291 J.K., RHOADES, J.W., AND GROSS, A.L., NArURE, 198, 9G`-2 02292 /1963/ 02293 CIGARETTE PAPER CONTAINING AMMONIUM SULFAMATE AND CARC:SOGENIC 02301 HYDROCARBONS. /ITALIAN/ CAHDELLl, A., LINDSEY, ;.!. AND 02352 PERSAUD, K., SOC. ITAL. BlOL. SPER. B., 36, Na. '_ 4 52-4 02303 /1960l 02304 LOW B4I L I NG COMPONENTS OF C I GARETTE SMOKE. Co0Qt:" :Ra, i,d. , ®23t 1 J04iNSTONE R.A.W., AND QUAN, P.M., 15TH ,..o. ~,ItM. RES. 02312 CONF., 1991, PEiILADELPHIA 02313 NEOPHYTADIENE, THE DITERPENIC HYDROCARBON FROM TOBACCO. 02321 BNAT{, H., PERFUMERY ESSENTIAL OIL RECORD, 53, 685-8 02322 /1962/ 02323 CHEMISTRY OF TOBACCO TRICHOMES. CHAKRABORTY, M. AND 02331 WEYBREW, J., 16TH TOPACCO CHEMISTS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 02.32 1962, RI CNMOND 02333 STUDY OF THE ARGMAT ; C SUBSTANCES OF TOBACCO. /RUSS I AN/ 023~1 CHENIKOV, V.V. AND iSONEV, I.K., TABAK, USSR, 23,NO. 2, 02342 47-52 /1962/ 02343 I NVEST i GAT ! UN OF THE AROMAT i C SUBSTANCES OF TOBACCO. /RItSS I AN/ 02351 CHENIKOV, V.V. AND TSONEV, I.K., TABAK, USSR, 23,N0. 3, 22352 49-53 /1962/ ! 43i353 ACID--BASE EQUILIBRIA IN TOBACCO VAR. PARAGUAY. /FRENCH/ ?23F; ® GHCUFEAU, J., BERGERAC. INST. EXPT.D. TOR..' ANN., 3, NO. 3, Ir'2352 ZZ ® 379-512 119610i 1~" 02363 C ' 238. POLYCYCLlC HYDROCARBONS IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. THE CONTRIBUTION 02381~ , R. , G i LBERT J . MADE BY THE PAPER. COOPER A. S. , AND 023$2 , ; ~ 442-& /1955/ $2384 C,,.) 239. GROWTH SUBSTANCES FRC+M MARYLAND MAMMOTH TOBACCO. LONG CHAIN 0?391 'j:~;. l3t,l.UtSUL.J. C.KL+Z)tST , tJ, At#U YL, t! V~j, A., CUT4C i tiUt'4t'~p4+'E ~15~z ., I NSi I TUTE CONTFtIBUT IUN TO PLANT RESEARCH, 20, ..4, 283-.'.92 ~2393 ~`" ~ / 1959/ 02$9~ 24~. TITRIMIrTRIC UEfEkMINATION Of` ACID FftACTIONS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. 024#1 CUNDIFF, R.H., SENSABAUGH, A., AND MARKUNAS, P., TOBACCO 02402 237. rURTHER ASPE:CTS OF THE CHEMISTRY OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. Ii. %1237i cp CLEMO, G., TETRAIIEDRON, 11, 11-14 /1960/ 0237a= L 1 NDSEY, A.J., FiR! T! St4 JOURNAL OF CANCER, 9, NO. 3, 02383 = ki
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SC I ENCE, 6, 25-7 /1962/ 02403 241. PARAFF' I NS IN TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. /FRENCti/ CUZ I N, ,~ ., 02411 M-~R€E, S., AND LE VAN THO!, 2ND INTERNAT,OttAL SCI. TOB. $2412 CCNG., BRUSSELS /1 }58/ #241 1 242. SCQPOL I N, I TS I SQLAT I C}N, CFiARACTERI ZAT I ON, AND RELAT I aN TO 02421 NI CqT I!t€ METABOL I SM I N HARVESTED TOBACCO. OEW€Y L. AND 02422 STEPKA, W., ARCH. BiOCN£M. * BIOP!-iYS., 1o0, NO. g, 91-96 02423 1 ' 1963/ 02424 243. NEW Ctff:M I CAL C,UN"aT I TDENTS l N T O3ACC{'~. DI Y€KAR, V., 02431 A,%'aBAY;:, R., PA4fSE, T., AND KHANOLKAR, V., INDIAN ACADEMY 02432 OF SCIENCE PROCEDURES, SEC. 8, 54, NO. 2, 57-75 /1961! 02433 244, ON THE F(3RMAT I 0N OF CARC I hlfluEN I C N I TRQSAN I NE SUCH AS € N 02441 TOBACCO SDdx'KE. /GERMAN/ f1f.'JCKREY, H. AND PREUSSI«tANN, R., 02442 NATEIRbf€SSENSCFiAFTEN, 49, 498 /1962/ 02443 245. ComPt}S I T I ON STUO I CS CN TOBACCO. V I I. I SCILUGENOL , HYDROCARBUNS, 0245, AND PROBABLE BOUND ST i GM/iSTEROL FROM FLUE-CURED LEAVES. 02412 DYMICKY, M. AND STECMA"1, R., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 3, 60-1 02453 /1959/ 02454 246. E'XAMI NAT I ON OF WHOLE C I GARET i'E SMOKE BY L I GHT AND ELECTRON 02461 MICROSCGPY. FAiiR, V~. AND REVERE, A., k04 YORK LIFE $2462 EXTENS I GN F'C'rJFdDAT I C~N, 1958 02463 247. THALLIUM, A RECI`:.ARLY OCCURRING TRACE ELEMENT IN ANIMALS 92471 AND PLANTS. /GEf;"!AN/ GE:LMANN, W., BEYERMANN, K., 82472 NEEB, ~.. , A,!dC Nr;%B, R., B I GCFiEM. Z. 333, NO. 1, - 02473 62-7~ l2 96~i l A2474 248. DETEF-MINATION OF 3,4-BEt;ZPYRENE AND OTHER POLYCYCLIC 02481 AR,~MAT I C NrYs'}ROCARE30NS BY MEANS OF GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY. 02482 / t TAL. I AN/ CARUyNO, N. AND G I OVwh~tOZZ I-SERMANN I, G., 8Z4$3 t TA~ I AN TUE~f;CCO, 62, 285-292 /1959/ 02484 249. T'JRKI SFi T4f /4CCG. I E. 1 SOLAT I ON AFID CEfARAC TF.R; ZAT I ON OF 02491 1 2 A:.PHA-NYQR~'tXu--13•-EP I MANOYL OX I DE. G I LES , J., 0249? SCHUMACHER, J., M;MS S., AND BERNASEKt E., TETRAHEDRON, 02493 18, NO. 1, 169-i 79 /f962/ 02~9k 250. RAPID SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR DETERMINING CHL€JROGEt3lC 02501 AC ! i3 AND Ri3T I N iN TOBACCO. /GERMAN/ NAUSERMAN'1, M. 02502 AND WA..TZ, P., BR ; TRAGH ZUR TABA~,FCRSF?UNC,, 7, 275-84 /1962/ 02503 251. ARS£N;C CONTENT IN SWEDISH CIGARETTES. /SWEDISH/ HJERN, L., 02511 NOp(}iSK hYG. t1DSV'.~?E('T, I+2~ 272-6 /196i/ t~2Si2 252. ST+1£IY OF' ARS4:F~;w In REG+.:L;~f?-SIZ£0 UNF{LTEREp AND F:ITF:RED 07521 CICA.QETTES. tfOL'.A"IJ, f;., WILSON, R., ACEVEDO, A., 0.25s2 M4 CALL, M., Cl ARK, 0. , AND LANZ, C., CANCER, 11, 1115-8 V2r23 /1958/ 9?S2A 253. BROWN P I G'".CNTc- . CF ;~;O'TCt YZEO ;:BALCt3 LF.AVES.!. I S©LAT I ON $2531, Ah0 C}jAPACT ~ R I L A' : rN. JACOBSON, J., ARCN.,OF B;:~CHEM. Z 2533 AND 81 ~iF'{tY•;, , 93 /3/, 580-90 /1961 / P2533 254, ULTRA'JIGLE. F'Ltl%Rf.`iCf.hl f.AMPOP3ENTS UF- FLV~-CUP.EO T08ACCC. OQ541 JOHNSON, R., N! (;Ftt1L.SCN, J., 14TI# TCBAC~_-G CFiCMi STS RESEARCH p.542 W6NSTCN :ALi:M, 1960. 0:.5I+3 255. AROMA Of` TGBACvG. 1. APPARATUS AND TECHNIQUES OF COLLECTION. 0255i .3JNL°S, t_., AND WE.YGREW, J,, TOBACCO S,CI€N(.E, 6, 192-6 02552 /1962f 02553 256. CNEM1 CAL A"tA'. YS I S OF THE GAS EXHAUSTED FROM TOBACCO REORY I NG 02561 M.A;:FiiNE. /JAPANESL/ F;ANA{, I., FUKl4ZUMI, T., RABA, Y., 02562 .:APAN MONOPOLY CGRi'CRATIa`# CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE tt256? ~oCC!L1Y, 103, 178-$2 /1961/ 02564 257. Si''JD i LS ON THE RAO I t3 FRLQUENCY HI:AT I N('} OF TOBACCO. i. 02571 CNAR,ICT ER I S T i CS OF` T F:MPERATIlRE R I S I NG OF TOBACCO POWDER. 02572
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1 1. Wa COT t NE AND OTHER VOLAT i L 3 ZEO COMPOUNDS FROM TOBACCO PT3WDER. /JA¢ANESE/ M-ASUO Y. , Y~.P~4AM0; fl, K., AND TAKAHARA, H., SCIENCE PAP~RS CENTER RESEAftCH iNSTlTUTE, JAPAN MONOPOLY CORPORATiflN, 99, 50-55 + 56-59 /1958/ 258. CARC # NOGEN 1 C ACT E V f TY OF Pi?LYCYCL i C HYDROCARBONS DER i VEQ FROM NAPHTHACENE. LACASSAGNE, A., BUU-HO!, N.. AND ZAJDE(,.A, F., C.R. ACADEMY OF SC t ENCE, 22, 3547-8 /1960/ 259. DETERMINATION OF THE COMPONENTS IN THE SMOKE OF PIPE TOBACCO BY A NEW PIPE SMCKf"tC MArHltiE. /GERMAM/ MILLER, J., 8C t I'RAGF. ZUR TABAKFORSHUNG, 7, 29}-3¢4 /i 962/ 260. CHROM4T03RAPH i; DE: T ERMfNAT !ON OF MENTHOL 1 N C i GARETTf S AND CiGAkF7TE SMOKE. MITCHELL, B., BARBEE, E., !RBY, R., TDSACC© SCiT:NCE, 7, 64-6 /1963/ 261. STUDIES ON TH~ CARBOHYDRATES OF TOBACCO. 1. FREE SUGARS AND I NE CONSTRL'CT E VE SUGARS OF GLYCOS 1 DES I N GREEN LEAVES OF JAPANESE BR.GHT YELLOW TOBACCO. MIZUNO, f., AND KIMPYO, T., Ar.RICL'i.TVRAL CHEMISTS SOCIETY JAPAN, 31, 297-9 /1957/ 262. PARAFFIN +fYGRt)CARBaNS OF TOBACCO-NORMAL, ISO-, AND ANTE€St3- i,Ci'OLi,}aS. MOLD, J., STEVENS, R., MEANS, R., AND RUTH, J., B=OCNEMISTRY, 2, 605-10 I1963i 263. ON THE 1SOt.AT ION OF St-l1Kih'sIC AND QUINIC ACIDS FROM THE TOBACCO LEAF. NO3'JCFsi, N., K.OKAGO, T., AND TAMAOKI, E., J. AG. C,HEM, SOC. JAPAN, 35, 868-70 /1961 / 264. SOME 1ND~XES OF QUAE_! T'f OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. NYSTROM, C., 02573 02574 02575 82576 02581 02582 02583 02591 0 25) 9 2 02593 02601 $26#2 ¢2603 02611 $26;2 02613 02614 02621 02622 02623 02631 02632 02633 02641 14TH TOB. CHEM. RES. CONF., 1961, WINSTON-SALEM 02642 265. STL'OIT:S ON SULFUR IN TOBACCO. /JAPANESE/ 061, Y., AND 02651 N.AKAN0, H., :APAI# MONOPOLY CORPORATION CENTENNIAL RESEARCH 02652 INSTITUTE SCIENCE PAPERS, 104, 65-70 /10962/ 0265.i 266. i?ECEN T STtiD ! ES ON THf: TOBACCO SMOKE 1 N THE JAPAN KNOPOLY #266; C'JRPGRAT i ON, A:.SO, RECENT STUD ! ES 0"3 TOBACCO wl TN SMALL $2662 NICCTINE CONTENT. ONISHI, I., INTERNATIONAL SCiENTISTS #12663 TOBAl:CO CCNGRf:SS, 2ND,BRUSSELS, i 958 f 2664 267. PROTf ; N AND PROTE E N--;. IKE COMPOUNDS I N'iOBACCO. 1. 0267, DETERMINATION OF FREE AND BOUND AMINO ACIDS At+;D THEIR 02672 PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION. /GERMAN/ PYR1K1, C., 02673 AND M<Lt.E.R, R., BCRiC;iTC DES fYSTITUTS FUR TAE3AKFORSCHUNG, 02674 DRESDEN, 9, 292-305 /1962/ 02675 268. A'_KAt_0 i JS 0T' TOBACCO SMOKF.! 1. 1 E3ENT f F 6 CAT! ON OF SOME OF 02681 THE A...kAt.C'1DS IN BURLF:Y CIGARETTE SMOKE. QUIN, L., 926$2 JOURNAL OF QRUAP+t C C.HLM; STR`!, 24 /7l , 91 4-:6 /1 959/ #i2683 269. ALKAfOiOS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. 1. FRACTIONATION OF SOME TOBACCO 07691 Al.KALC}iDS AND OF THE ALKAl.0:Q EXTRACT OF BURLEY CIGARETTE 02692 SMOK E BY GAS Ct{ROM,.Z TOGRA°tiY , QU 1 N, L., JOURNAL OF ©RGAN E C $;693 CHEMISTRY, 24 /7/, 9-.a-14 /1959/ 02694 270. ASSAY CF P4SS1Bl1` CARCIhOrENIC HYDROCARBONS TR i~Ti CIGARETTE P2°0a ~ SM{~{:i . LYONS, M. J. , N,~TUR€, 177, 631"-,r /1 7"j6/ 12 !0s,. 271. SCOPOl.ET1N GLYCOSIDES IN TOBACCO TISSUE," SARGENT, J., AND 02:i1 s~ce0~, F., PHYSIOL. PLANT.. 14, 50~a9 /1961/ >~~:;2 272. CHT:M f CAL COMFOS i T 9 ON OF F"LtiE--CURED TOBACCO ! N RELAT t t?N TO 0?; : 1 STALK POSfTiON. SASTRY, A., KADAM, B., INDIAN JOURNAL ~?%22 oF AGRONOMY 4 1-7 19";9/ 07771 213, Nf.-AIOUAt Al+5t~NlC IN AN11 CQH('ENTRAT$QN IN TC#l4AGCO. 02131 SMALL, H., ANJ MC CANTS, C., TOBACCO SCIENCE, 6, 34-6 02732 /1962/ 97733 274. QUANT i TAT IVa: Dt:TFrzMa NAT sOr+ OF PHENOL INCrGARETTC SMOKE. 02741 SPFARS, A., ANALYT I Ci1l, CHEM! S TRY , 35, 32C-2 /1 563/ 02742 275. COd"SFCS E T 1 ON STi.RD1 CS ON TOBACCO. X. TOTAL PARAt"F9 NS AND TOTAL 0 2751
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STEROLS IN RELAT:ON TO BURLEY TOBACCO GRADES. STEDMAN, R., 02752 276. AND R€1S.ANIWSKYJ W., TOBACCO SCIFNC€, 4r 17-8 /1960/ 427a3 COI'SPOSITION STt+DlH ON TOBACCO. Xli. TOTAL HEXANE EXTRACTIVES. P2761 CCO +$2762 O BA STEDMAN, A., SWAIN, A., AND RUSANIWSKYJ, W., T SCIENCE, 6, 1-3 /1961/ 02763 277. ON TH€ CHEMISTRY OF TOBACCO SMOKE. STENHAGEN, E., ACTA SOC. 02771 MEDIC. UPSAL. 64, 322-40 /1959/ 02772 278. SWAIN, K.,C.M.A. f?ESEARCff SEMINAR, N.Y., 19$1 02781 279. P! I CKEL PCl I SOFi; NG. X 1. I F'Pt :^AT I ON OF N i CKcL AS A PI;LMOKARY 02791 I CARCINOGEN IN T'OBACCU SMOKE. SUNDERMAN, F., AND 02792 SUNDERMAN F. JR., i~""rR I CAN JOURNAL OF CL I N I CAL. PAT HOLOGY , ~2793 35, 203-9~/1961/ 02794 280. HCXANE-SOLtlBI.E SUBSTANCES OF TOBACCO LEAVES. SWAIN, A., 028;3 RUSAN!WSKYJ, W., AND STEOP'fAN, R., CHEMI STRY AND I NDUSTRY, 02£?$2 14, 435-6 /1961/ 02803 281. ANALY T I CAL S TUDI ES ON THE I! I C:S9ER f AT T Y AC I DS OF TOBACCO. $28 a 1 282. SWA I N, A., AND STf:Dl4AN, R. , JOURNAL ASSOC I AT I 3N OF 02812 GFF'tC1A;- AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTS, 45, 536-40 /1962/ 62873 SEPARAT i 0N AND I DCV T I F I i.AT I ON OF AL I Pt1AT I C AND A.ROMAT I C 02821 283. CARr INCGf:NS FROM ENV IRCrZMEN1'AL SOURCCS. VAH Di1UREN, 8., 02822 Nt,T I ONAI. CAN+,EP I N`.' ; I TUTC, 9, 1 34-49 /1 962/ 02823 METALLIC TRACE ELE.MwNTS IN TOBACCO. VOSS, R., AND NICOL, H., ~2831 LANCET, 714;,, 435-6 /~q60i 02832 284. Dfw iEF,."SI Nt+,r 1 Ctd OF M^: 3TI:Rf. f PJ Ti3RAr`'7. C.7Mf AR I SON BETWEEN 0284: 85. AZF_0 T R:,r : C DI 5 j:l? AT I ON WI TH BENZENE AND ?RY I NG I N THE OVEN.02842 /GERMAN/ WALTZ, P. AND HAUSERMANN, M. BEITRAGE ZUR 02843 TABAKFORSCHUNG, 7, 343-6 E3962/ $28k4 T ABLES CN THE Tr~X i CG! GGY , PHARMACOLOGY, AND CHEMI STRY OF 02851 CONST I TUENTS OF TUBACCO AND TOBACCO SM41CE. I, 1 I, AND I 1 I. 0284~2 /GER,~AP~/ WER'.E, :.. AND SCri; EVE:LBE I N, H. , ARZNE 1 MTL $2853 F'IJPSC:htsNG 11, 1011-6 i 1 96S /, 11, 1149-57 /1 961 /, 12, 202-€, 02854 fs962! 02855 286. SURVEY OF THE CARBONYL C^NT4NTS OF TOBACCO. WEYBREW, J. AND 02861 287. STEPHENS, R. , i C)BACC4 SC I ENCE, VI, 53-7 /1 962/ 02862 E:LABOR:,T I ON OF CARBONYLS BY TOBACCO DUR I NG GROWTH AND FLUE- 02871 CURING. WEYBREW, J. AND JONES, l.,TOBACCO SCIENCE, V;, 028;2 162-4 /1962/ 02843 288. DETf R.MI NAI I C)N OF P:TRO!.f.JM ETHER Ex :4~AC TS I N TOBACCO. 928 1 789. W I CKf{t,M+, j. AND fI4RR6W, ;. ASS±1: I.F.s : C'N (IF ')FF i`.: I AI. 0»882 AGR I Cii l T OqqL C.l1f:Pi I S T S, 44, 357-6f f 1 9$1 I 2'2883 AUTCMkIr.D COLCRI MF TR; {' A"#AI_YS I S OF R~UUC "sNG SUBT ;NC.f:S I N 0:89' 290. C;GAR~TT! : SIAC"~F:. WIC-Ktft;M, .:. tilsSTf3ftOGK, .;., yGLP+!FS, !., 02892 TOBACCO SCIENCE, v;, 50-2 ;19~2/ e2893 BERYLLIUM IN C.iGAR!-ITf: TCBACCt7. W!L;..IAM5, J. AND GARMC'N, R., 2?90; 291. TOBACC.CS SC I f.NCE, 5, ?5-7 I1 961 / 07°0- ;DENTIF'ICATIOt9 OF SCIC,?1ASTf.kYL D--•GLttCOSIDE IN ACEP 81 !RL I^,' 9.'14:T 292. TCBACCO. WR,fFHT, H., BURTON, W. f3ERRY, F?. JOURNAL OF j2917 ORGANIC CtiC!tI STf;t, 27, 918-20 /142/ %1E9+' ISOLATION AND CttA.RACTcR;ZATION OF A t:0Mf'tEX,„k-dLYSACCHAF?IDE 0T92T 293. FROM AGED B':kLEY TOBACCO. WFtlGhti, H., BURTON, W., 2292.'. AND BERRY, R, , PKYTOCIdrMI STRY, I, NO. 3, i 25-9 /1962/ 02923 PAr f:R CNROMATOGF'AP" #I C CrLTFk"':I NAf I0N OF RUT 1 N 1 N TOBACCO. 102931 294. YANG, C., CHORNEY, W., Ut'NIOP W . MURPHY E., NAKAGAWA, Y.,0?332 S:~.~LLY, N., TC'BACC~? SCIENCE., ~~, 238-42 /i4,601 02933 CHA"dGES OF F'R'E AMINO ACID GC3MFO-1ITInN IN TOBACCO LEAVES 029I++ C}E!RINC, Tf{E: PROCESS OF I't,UE--Ct1RING. tOSH,'UA, D., PLANT Cf.LL 02942 PHYSIOL OGY, 2, 709-•s 1/1961 l 0Z943
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295. GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY OF C I GARETT E SMOKE. i, MF~T`H00 FOR ROUT I NE 02951 ANALYSIS BY GAS VAPOR PHASE. /GERMAN/ ZROp, K., BEITRAGE 02952 ZUR TABAKFORSCHUNG, 7, 285-290 /1962/ 02953 296. BROWN P IGMEtiTS OF AUTOLYZED TOBACCO LEAVES 11. I NCORP4RAT I ON 0 2 961 OF LABELED RUT I N AND CHLOROt;EN 1 C AC I D, JACOBSON, J., 02962 ARCH. OF 8 i OCHEM. AND 810PHYS., 93 /N0 . 3/, 591-7 11961 / 02963 297. MACROCYCLIC DITERPENES ISOLATED FROM TOBACCO. ALPHA-AND BETA- 32971 3,8,13-DUVATRIENE-1,5-DIOLS. ROWLAND R.L., ROBERTS, D.L., 02972 J. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 28, 1165-9 /1963/ 02973 298. I Df:tiNT I F I CAT I ON OF THE D-GLUCOS I DES OF ST ! GMASTEROL, 02981 SITOSTEROL, AND CAMPESTEROL IN TOBACCO AND CIGARETTE SMOKE. 02982 KAL€iANOS, A.G., S!°fELBURNE, F.A., MEANS, R.E., STEVENS, 02983 R.K., €,AX, R.E., MOLD J.D., BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL /LOI'!DON/, 02984 87 /3/, PP. 596-600 /f963f 02985 299. PHENOL CGNTENT OF TOBACCO. /GERMAN/ HERRMANN KARL, DEUT. 02991 APOTHEKER ZEITUNG, 101, NO. 46. 1481-•2 /1991/ q2992 300. TOBACCO CHEMISTRY. /GERMAN/ KOENIG, P., DORR, W., BIOCHEM. 03001 Z., 2.63, 295-301 /1933/ 03002 301. THE P`JLYPHEN aLS AND AMI NO AC i DS OF TOBACCO LEAF. ROBERTS, 931911 E.A.tI,, WOOD, D.J., ARCH. BIOCHEM. AND BIOPHYSICS, 33, 03012 299-303 /1951 / 03013 302. STUD i ES ON THE BROWN I NG AND BL ACKEN P NG OF PLANT T i SSUES. IV. 03021 P:H€.OROGEP3I C AC :D I N THE LEAVES OF N I COT I ANA TABACUM. 03022 /GCRMAN/ SHiROYA, M., SHIROYA, T., HATTORI, S., . 03023 PHYSIOL. PLANTARUM, 8, 59P+-605 /1955/ 03024 303. SOUTH AFRICAN TOBACCOS. 1. PRELIMINARY IDENTIFICATION OF f1:30 3 : AMIN~ ACIDS AND OTHER CONSTITUENTS. PEARSE, H.L., `b3032 NOVELLI€:, L., J. SCi. FOOD AGRIC., 4, 108-12 f1953/ 03033 304. i SOLAT I 0N OF Ch?LORCGEN I C AC ! D FROM AMER I CAN FLUE-CURED -8304~ TOBACCO, U.S. TYPE 12. PHILLIPS, M.,J. ASSOC. OFF. AGRIC. 03042 CHEMI STS, 38, 835-7 /1955/ 03041 3#15. APPLICATION OF PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY TO TOBACCO INVESTIGATION 0 '11l5 i PROBLEMS. /GERMAN/ WEGNER, E., TABAK-FORSCHUNG, 10, 1, 03052 /1953/ 03053 306. Qt1ANT I T'AT 4 VE ASSAY OF CE{€.OROGEN i CAC I D AND I TS PATTERN OF 03067 DISTRIBUTION 41fTHfN TOBACCO LEAVES. ZUCKER, H., 03062 AFiRENS, J.F., PLANT PHYSIOL., 33, 246-9 /1958/ Z M 63 ?07. UNKNOWN NON-VOLATILE ORGANIC ACID iN FRESH TOBACCO AND IN 11 ,_10 71 COTTON LEAVES. /BU:.GARIANI MlKHAILOV, P1,K., COMPT. REND. ACAD. BUL GARc. S;.I., ;0, 205-8 /1957/ ti 3 d,'2 4 3 ~ ? 308. CHEMICAL CHANGES IN 4HE HARVESTED TOBACCO LEAF. FRANKENf?t'RG, W.G., ADVANCES IN f:NZ-P".OLOGY, 6, 309-87, /1946t, 11, 03*82 325_t;413 /1950 / 8308? 309. TOBACCO R!iT I N AND *hF. R!;€ AT f C1iv1 OF COLOR 10 QUAL I TY I N DRI ED ~9: "`# 1"CBACCO I_EAVfwS, HASR_GAWA, I..,J. AGRIC. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN, ~+?0 9. 7, 1036-49 /1931 / 0.493 ~ 310. I SO€.t1T I ON OF f;UT tN FROM TOBACC(7, /GERMAN/ NEUBERG, C. , 4316 1 KGBE:L, P~t., Z.LEBF.NS~IITTLL-~.~NTERS U. FORSCH, 72, 113-15 /1936/ r i:;l~2 ~ @13103 311. THE GLUCOS I D~ I SOQUfvRC I T R I N I N THE LEAVES OF :.SMOK I NG TOBACCO. KOURILO, M., J. PHARMAC. CHIM., 26, 449 -59 /1937/ 0 34^~ ~ 312. POLYPHENOLS AND PQL YPItENOLASE. OF TOBACCO.~-°' REID, W.W., Q 313. E. SOC. LEATHER TRADES CNE.M., P. 75-86 /1956/ FLUORFSCE.WT SU3STANCES IN FLANTS* 111. DISTRIBUTION OF SCOF OLET I N I N TOBACCO PLRaP T S AP,,; SOME f-1YPOtlitSES ON I TS 0z:32 PART IN METABOLISM. BES1', R.J,, AtlSTRAL. J. EXP. BIOL. tl 3:33 MED. SCf., 223-30 /1948/ E'31;4
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314, IDENTIFICATION OF SCOPCl.ET€N IN CIGARETTE TOBACC,0,,4N0 SMOKE. 03141 YANC, C.H. NAlcAGAWA, Y., 'ldENE1ER, S.H., J. 1~G. CHEM., 23, 031~+2 204-5 /~ 356/ ~ 03143 315. SOUTH AFRICAN TOBACCOS. €€. €DEKT4FICAT€ON OF SOME PHENOLIC 03151 CONSTITUENTS. PEARSE, H.L., SWA€N, T., SOUTH AFRICAN J. 03152 SCI., 53, 281-5 /1957/ 03153 316. CO*1POS€T€0N STU[3€ES ON TOBACCO. XVI. STEAM-VOLATILE AC€OS. 93161 SCHMELTZ, I. STEDMAN, R.L., MILLER, R.L., J.A.O.A.C., 03162 46, 115 / 779-$4 /1963 / 03163 317. COMPOS€T€GN STUDIES ON TOBACCO. XVli. STEAM-VOLATILE ACIDIC 03171 FRACTION OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. STEDMAN, R.L., BURDICK, D., 03172 >CHMELTZ, €., TCB. SCi. V€!, 166-169 /1963/ i~3i13 318. THE CHEMISTRY OF TOBACCO TP,lCNOMES. CHAKRASORTY, M.K., 031 1 PH.D THESIS, N.':. STATE COLLEGE, THE CHEMISTRY OF 03382 TOBACCO TRICHOMES, 1962 03;83 ;19. RAD € UM Ai.FHA-ACT € t' € TY OF CIGARETTE AND PIPE-TOBACCO ASH. 03191 PALLISTER, E.T., AND GREEN, J.H., NATURE, 195, 487-8 /1962/ 03192 320. POsON€UM-:10. A VOLAT€LE RAD€OELEMENT IN CIGARETTES. 03201 RADFORD, E:. P. ,!iUNT , V. R. , SC € ENCE, 143, NO. 36,03, 247-9 02202 /i 964/ 03=03 321. DETERMlNAT!GN OF P3tCPYLENE GLYCOL IN TOBACCO BY CELLULOSE- 0321's CGLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY. CLEMENTS R.L. AND PATTERSON, 03262 S.J., THE ANALYST, 89, NO. 1054,67-70 /1964/ 03233 322. MACROCYCf, €C D€ TEf?PE!tE HYDROXY ETHERS FROM TOBACCO AND 0322i CIGARETTE SMOKE. R0W:.AND, R.L., RODGMAN, A., SCHUMACHER, 03222 J.N., ROBERTS, D.L., COOK, L.C., AND WALKER, W.E., J. ORG. 03223 CHEM., 29 /1/, 16-21 / i 96i / 0 3224 323. DETERMINATION OF NICOTINE IN TOBACCOS. MISKEY, P. AND RIDEAL, 03231 8.=., CANADIAN PHARMACEUT;CAL JOURNAL, 90, 51-2 /1957/ 03232 324. TCBACCO PC3LYPHENGLS. €!. ON THE 6! OSYNTHES € S OF CHLOROGEN € C 0324+ AC € U. €;!. ROLL OF FERUL € C AC !'J IN THE B i OSYNTHES € S OF 83242 CHLOROGEN € C AC € D. P,UNEC€;LES, V.C,, CANAD € AN JOURNAL OF 03243 BJ OCHEM! STRY AND E'HYS € JLCGY, 41, 2249-2267, /1963/ 03244 325. SOME HYDROCARBONS OF THE GAS PHASE OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. 03251 PHILIPPE, R.J., MOORE:, H., HONEYCUTT R.G., AND RUTH, J.M., 03242 ANA! YT ; CAL CHEM € STR'rt , 36, 859-65 /1 944/ 03253 326. ScPAaAT € O`i AND f DLNT ; T' € CA fI CN OF TH~ STEAM VOLAT € LE PHENOLS 433261 PRESENT IN CIGARETTE SMC'KF CONDENSATE BY CAPILLARY COLElMN 03:62 GAS L!Q'J€D CHROMATaCRAPHY. SM€T€{ G.A.L. AND KING, D.A., 63263 !:€1F.M€STRY AND ;NDo:",TRY, NO. 13, 54o-e j196~~•/ 0%26 377. i SGLAT € OA, OF TRYPT0~IHAN FROM AIR-CURED TOBACCO BY GEL- ~;2 ? FILtRAT:ON. WR;+aHT, H.E. JR., BURTON, 1~.~t., AND BERRt, R,C., JR., NATURE, 2f2, N~. '~938, 1270-1211 /1964/ 63' ' 328. A SIMPLE AND RAPID ME,~~iOD FOR DETERM€N€NG NICOTINE IN TOBACCO. 832~: /SPAN'SH/ OL1,E:R0 4!?"1EZ A., AND COTA GALAN, R., AN. REA:.. 93282 SOC. EXP. FIS. QUfM., 50, B, ~-i3-~+2$ /1354/ ~328-~ 329. BiOASSAYS ON THE CARC€NOGEN€C€TY OF TOBACCO SmOu CONDENSATES $3291 AND AIR PtiC.L'JTANiS. WYNDCR, E.L. AND HOFFMANN, Cl., PROC. f~?192 AM. ASSOC. CANCER RES., ~+, 73 /19~3/ 03293 330. ALLOOCIMENE. ABSENCE IN CiGARETTE SMOKE. MOE.D, J.D., 4A3,?oi WALKER, T.B., AND WILLIAMS, J.B., SCIENCE, 144; N0. 3626, 01302 ot 1572-3 /1964/ 0 3?#3 331. CiiEM€CA! €NVEST€GAT€ON OF THE NEUTf:AL T'RACTf9,WOF C€GARfT 033i1 SM(3K~ TAR. t YONS, M. J. , AND JOHNSTON, H., BRIT. J. CANC:.g, 033. 2 € ! , 554-62 /1957/ 03313 332. STUDY OF TOBACCO CARCINOGENESIS. Vil=. ROLE OF 1HE ACIDIC 033:1 FRACTIONS AS PROMOTERS. WYNDER, E.L., AND N0FF"4ANN, l7.. f31 7 2
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i ~ 9 353. 354. 355. 356. 357. EFFECT OF C(3NCENTRAT I ON OF BENZPYRENE € N SK l fi! CARC R NOGENES€ S. 03531 WYNDER, E., FRiT2., L., AND FURTH, N., J. NAT. CANCER INST., 03532 19 361-70 /1957/ 035~3 QUANT I TAT ! VE; i#ETERMI NAT i ON OF ALKANES i N C I GARE,TfE SMOKE. 035 1 SPEARS, A.W., LASSITER, C.W., BELL, J.H., ~. GAS 03542 C€iROMATOGRAPHY , 1 /4/, 34-7 /1963f ,',' ~ 03543 I SOLAT € Q!4 OF SOLANESOL FROM C I GARETTE SMOKE. MLiLD, J.D., 03551 AND BOOTH J.S., TOBACCO SCIENCE, t, 38-9 /1957/ 03552 TERPENIC CONiTITUENTS OF TOBACCO. GHATi A., PERFUMERY AND 03561 ESSEWT IAL OIL RECORD, 55, 124-30 /1964/ 03562 VOLAT I LE ORGANI C AC I DS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. BUYSKE, t3.A., 03571 WI LDE.R, P., AND HOBBS, M. E. , ANALYT I CAL CtiEMI STRY, 29, 03572 -1, 105-8 /1957/ 03573 358. 359. 60. THE PRESENCE OF SUt.i:'uR IN CIGARETTES AS DETERMINED BY ELECTRON 03,81 PARAMAGNET i C R: SONANCE STUD I ES. LOHMANN, W., JOURNAL OF 03582 THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL SOCIETY, 61, -4, 99-101 /19G4I 03583 COMPOSITION STUDIES ON TOBACCO. XVIII. STEAM-VOLATILE ACIDS 03591 IN SMOKE OF CIGARETTES HAVING DIFFERENT ORGANOLEPTIC 03592 PROPERTIES. STEDMAN, R.L., BURDICK, D., CHAMBERLA€N, W.J., 03593 AND SCHMELTZ, I., TOBACCO SCIENCE, Vlii, ;9-81 /1964/ 03594 COMPONENTS OF CIGARETTE-SMOKE WITH CILIARY DEPRESSANT ACTIVITY.@3601 THEIR SELECTIVE REMOVAL BY FILTERS CONTAINING ACTIVATED 03602 CHARCOAL GRANULES. KENSLER, C.J. AND BATTISTA, S.P. NEW 93603 ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, 269, NO. 22, 1161-6 /19~3/ 03604 361. PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHiC STUDY OF FLAVONOIDS OF THE POLYPHENOL 0361s FRACT I ON OF TOBACCO. h€ K6iAi LOV, M.K., A3CADAMI E NAUK. USSR 03612 DOKLADI 108, 511-14 /1956/ 03613 362. DETECTION OF FREE THYMINE IN AGED BURLEY TOBACCO. WRL.GHT, 03621 H.E., JR., BURTON, W.W., AND BERRY, R.C., JR., 03622 ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS, 106, 173 /1964/ 03623 363. SOLUBLE BROIv'NING REACTION PIGMENTS OF AGED BURLEY TOBACCO. 63631 il. THE DiALYSABLE FRACTION. WRIGHT H.E., JR., BURTON, 03632 W.W., AND BERRY R.C., JR., PHYTOCHEMISTRY, 3, NO. 4, 03633 525-33 /JULY 1944/ 03634 364. THERMAL DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS OF VANILLIN AND THEIR TRANSFER 03641 ;~+TO CIGARETTE SMOKE. /JAPANESE/ KATO, K. AND SH€BAYAMA, 03642 Y., SCIENCE PAPERS, CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTIfUTE, .~APAN pi36~3 MONOPOLY CORP. N0, ,04, P. 115-121 /1962/ t3a644 365. INCSDENCE AND POSSiBLE SIGNIFICANCE OF INHALED OR INGESTED 0365: POLONIUM. MARSDEN, E., NATURE, 203, NO. 'a942, P. 230-3, 03652 JULY 18, 1964 03653 366. CNEMf CAL STUD € ES ON N€ NHYDRI N-PQS I T I ilE COMPOUNDS I N CURED 036b; TOBACCO LEAVES. PART 1. IDENTIFICATION OF 2-PYRROLIDINE 93662 ACETIC ACID, A NEW AMINO ACID AND i-PIPECOLiC ACiO. 03663 TOMITA, HIDEO, MITUSAKi, SHIGENOBU, AND TAMAKI, EINOSUiCE, V661+ AGRICULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 28, NO. 7, 451-5 03665 /1964/ 03666 367. RAL3 I UM-226 AND €'OLON i UM-210 I N LEAF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SO I L. 03671 TSO, T.C., HALLDEN, N.A., AND ALEXANDER, L.T., SCIENCE, 146, NO. 3647, 1043-5 /1964/ 036j3 368. HETEROCYCLIC NITROGEN COMPONENTS OF SMOKE CONDENSATE. 036t3i TESTA, A., AND TESTA, P., CORESTA 18 /2/, NO. 0321 /1964/ 03682 369. GAS C4Rt1MATC(',RAPt3Y OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. GROB, K.., 18TH TO$ACCt? 03691 CHEMISTS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, RALEIGH, N.C. /1'964/ 63692 370. MLTHYL IS(}CYANATE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE AND ITS RVENT€f}N BY AN $3701 ADSORPTION-TYPE F'ILTER. PHILIPPE, R.J., A`~dD H0NcYCi3TT, 03702 R.G., TOBACCO SCIENCE, IX, 33-7, 119fi5t ~ 0a;1t3 V? ~
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5 z ~ ;.~ -.~ ~ .~ -~ ~ ® ~ ® ~ B t ~ e v r. CA4CER 14 33#6-1S /2961/ 333. STUDY OF fQPA6C43 CARCIh4G£64ES3S. VI. ROLE OF PRUCURSflRS. l,IYPiDER, E.L., WRIGHT, G.F., AND LAr1, .1., C CER, 12, 1073°3 l t 959/ 334. S Tt}DY OF TOBACCO CARC I t~CGENES I S. V t i. RflL F N I GHER PGLYCYCLI C HYDROCARBONS. WYtdDER, E.L., AND HaFFMAI`iN, D., CANCER, 12, 1#79-86 /1959/ 335. LABORATORY CO!lTRiBUT.GNS TO THE T(?BACC{}-CANCER PROBLEM. WYNDER, E.L., BRITISH MEDICAL JGUR*tAL,/5t38/, 317-22 /1959f 336. LABORATORY CQNTRI BUT I'.3*15 TO THE T OBACCC-CANCER PROBLEM. kYNDERa E.L., ACTA MEDICA SCANDINA'liCA, 170, SUPPL. 369, 63-101 /19611 337. CARCI*tCGENICITY FOR MOUSE SKIN AND THE AROMATIC HYDROCARBON CONTENT OF CIGARETTE SMOKE C4NDENSATES. ORRIS, L., VAN DtiiJREN, B.L., KDSAK, A.1., NELSON, N., AND SCHMITT, F.L., J. NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE, 21, 557-61 /1958/ 338. EXFER IMENTAL STt,D I F.5 04 THE CARC I NOGEN I C POWER OF TOBACCO SMOKE AND OTHER :C'dTA„MI PdANT S Qr THE ATMOSPHERE. /GERMAN/ NEuKOHW, S., aNCoLOGIA, s~, 137-55 /1957/ 339. DETt~.C T t ON OF Pt?LYCY CL I C~,RC~lA' i C HYDROCARBONS I N C I GAR=TTE. TAR. AHLMANN, J., ACTA PATH. ET MICRDBZDL. SCANDINAV., 43, 379-90 /1958/ 340. POL'.`StJCLEAR AROMATIC N''DF~CCAR,BCNS IN CIGARETTE SMOKE CONDENSATE. 4'AN DUttPEN, B.L., AND NELSON, N., PROC. AM. ASSpC. CANCER REc,., 2, 353, /1958/ 341. FCP,M.ATi C?N OF l'~RCiltAT ; r uYDRGCARBCNS DiJRI "tG SMOKI NG. /GERMAN/ LET TR~ , F?. , AND .:AyN, A., NATURW( SSEhSCHAFTEN, 42, 210 /1955! 342. CARC I NQGF.P'e I C BT:NZCi-`~ fi:ENE '?B TAi NED FROM TOBACCO TAR. /GERMAN/ ROFFO, A.H., Z f Sj.a,a. KR~BSF'ORSCNUNG, 49, 588-97 /1939/ 343. J D£IiT : FI CAT ; tJtt GF" SGT"k: PUL r N'JCLEAR ARQMAT I C HYDROCARBONS I N C I GARET T E SMO#t .E C(lNDF1tiSGTE. VAN DUUREN, B.L., J. NAT, CAN CsR INST. , '.'; , 1 -I6 /1 958/ BENZO /Ai f'tR.ENE CONTENT OF CE'RTA;N PYROGENIC MATERIALS. !,'iRr,TS'I'N£, M., J. NAT. CANCER i4ST., 16, 1485-96 1i956r CARC : Nf}(:%NiC: `.:UBS'AMC':r IN TCBAC':0 SMOk,E. /GERMAti I tiNr) E;'4N ~:T, J., SIOA-+i €NTuE:AP,E, 3f . 148- 344. 345. e 0 ~ 346. EX?CRt(iE.~F.'.! STl*;~ irS ; iH; CtlR~ !'t{~',~r^!I`. P~'w~Ei OF 1QBACCR 347. 348. S@O~0K~ 4,Nn UTU`.R r`lN;AMlPtb,NTb Cf' TF+f: ATMO1F!iLRr~.'GEP.!".AN/ N~,t}KGMM, S., Cri~:nLC'.iA, fBMSI~Li, 10, 137-55 /1957/ ~. CAuf)~th, S., A! VCQD, F:., RAHO, H., AND NITC#iC5CK, R., BRIT. CANCER, 11 ; 92 f195 7,' 3,4-BENzCf~~~. AS ~'+ _-~~""CT ~?F THE PYRt~I.YSIS Qf' A.I?~4At IC EQBA:CT` F4YDRCCAP.BvNS. i AM, ,1., ACTA PATH. M.CRCBICL. SCANU., 37, 42,-$ l195>/ 349. F'OLYNUCLE ;R T':'DROCAGI't"N5 I N TOBACCO A'ID TOBACCO SMOKE. !. ~ 350. 351. 3,4-R~NZGP`RLNF. BENTLEY, }}., AND BURGAN, .;., ANALYSI , 83, 447-7 /19;8/ C4t1P~R, R., AND LINDS£r, A., F3RIT. J. CANCER, 9, 361 l19551 PROOF OF 3,4-at:MZI"YRENf: AMONGST Si"F41K;_ 6'RCT'3UCTS. 4GERKAN/ I £' TTRF ,14. !c5P4, A., AND fiAtDSBLCK, C., ANGEkf. CHEM., 68, ?11-3 t1956/ ~' 03323 $3331 03332 03333 0334+ 03342 d33~+3 03351 l33S2 03353 03361 13362 03363 03371 03372 03373 ~!3374 03381 03382 03383 03391 03392 03393 @3~1 03~2 fl3~3 ~i 3411 f3412 03413 03421 03422 03=~31 03432 03433 03441 ?3442 II!: y~2 0?~.E~1 rz'3~+h2 ~?K63 03471 034 "7 ~ 5!~~1 l3482 0?483 ;..9, 0 ~ ±"+9z c^ 03493 w 352. I S~tl~.{9 ! N-~ Ct~RC, ; ~e(~GI.N I i SUf~S T A'IC E F'Eir;M t~ I GA~ ~ T AF2. r-`G£RMiaN! 0±52 ; SE:E:E.Kt}PF, C., ZTSCFtR. L~BE,NSM.-UNTLRSUCH. V. rCRSCHUNG, P3522. 100, :18-22 /19551 03523
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371. NITROGEN OXIDES IN TOBACCO SMOKE. !iOP.MAN, V., AND KEITH, C.H.,o3711 NATURE, 205 fA974l, 915-6 /1965/ 03712 372. THE APPL 9 CAT I ON OF THIN-LAYER CHRGMATQGRAPHY AND 03721 PHOSPHORIMETRY FOR THE RAPID DETERMINATION OF NICOTINE, 03722 NORN i CJT I NE , AND ANABAS t NE f N TOBACCO. WI HEFORGNER, J. D., 03723 AND MOYE, H.A., ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA, 32, ~. 3, 278-86 03724 /1965/ 03725 373. CH!CRJGEN€C AND tiE'CCHLGRC3~GC€VIC ACIDS IN CIG ETTE SMOKE. _ 03731 ENC;~, e X, 54-5 STECK, W., AND WENOER, 5>H. , TCBACCO SCfi /3732 /i965i 0:i33 374. ;4?ENTIFICATIQN OF SAL€rYL€C AND ISOVANILLIC ACIDS IN CIGARETTE 03741 SMOKE. STECK, 'rl., YANG, CHAO-HWA, AND WENDER, S.H., 4#3742 CHEM! STRY AND 1 NIIUSTRY, P. 560-1 /t 965/ 83743 375. MOISTURE CONTENT OF THE PART iCE1LATE PHASE OF SMOKE FROM 03751 FILTER AND KUNFILTER CIGARET'ES. SLQAN, C.t~. AND 03752 SUBLETT, B.J., TOBACCO SCIENCE, IX, 7~l-74 /?9~5/ 03753 376. POLONIUM IN CIGARETTES-SPECTROSCGPIC ANALYSIS. YAVIN, A.I., 03761 GC PASQUAL i G. , AND BARON, P., NATURE, 205, 899-900, 03762 FEB. 27, 1 9~5 03763 377. CONSTITUENTS OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. PART IX. THE PYROLYSIS OF 03771 POLYENES AND THE FORMAT t GN OF ARGMAT I C HYDROCARBONS. 03772 EDMUNDS, F.S., AND JOHNSTONE, R.A.W., J. CHEM. SOCIETY, 03773 P. 2692-7 /APRIL 1965/ 93774 378. I QENT € F i CAT I 4N OF k-0-CAFFEQ`!LQU i N I C AC I D AND RELATED DEPS I L FS 03781 I N TOBACCO FROM C I G.+<.RETTES. ZANE A., STECK, W., AND 03782 WENQER, S., TOSACCi3 SCIENCE, IX, 65-87 /1965/ 03,83 379. RAP f 0 SPECTROPH4TOMETR I C METHOD FOR DETERM INkT I QN OF 03791 CHLOROGEH€C ACID IN LEAF t'aBACC©. OAKLEY, E.T., AND 03792 MILLHAM, J.U., 4.A.O.A.C., 46 /5/, 'r'85-750 /1963/ 03793 381. STUQ I ES ON THE PR()TE! w} IN TOBACCO LEAVES. €. STUD I ES ON THE a338i i FREE AMINO ACIOS IN TOBACCO LEAVES. /JAPANESE/ 03812 NAGASAWA, M. AND YAMAMOTG', K., JAPAN MONOPOLY CORP., 03813 CENTRAL RESEARCH INST. SCI. PAPERS, 96, 50-2 /i956/ 03814 382. STUD i ES ON THE ESSENT iAL a I LS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. II. AC i D 03821 FRAC T I ON. / j/ /JAPANESE/ ()Yd t SHI, I., YAMASAK.I, K., 03822 SATO, T., ~AITO, K., JAPAN MONOPOLY CORP. CENTRAL RES. 03823 INST. SC€. PAPERS, 96, 53-6 /1956/ 03824 383. STUG I ES ON TtiE ESSf.NT I A€. G I LS OF Tr-BACCQ L` AVES. € I 1.CARBCttYL 03831 FRACTION. /1/, C!$ISHt, €. AND NAGASAWA, M., AGR. CNE.'1. 03832 SOC. JAPAN B., ) 9 /2f , I43-47 !i 955/ 03833 384. STUD I ES ON Tti~ ESSLNf t A! OI l.S IN TOBACCO Ls:AVE,S. I V. PHr..N('L 03841 FRAC f: C1t. / l/, QN i~4I, I., AND YAMAMCT 0, K., AGR. CHEM. Q?842 SOC. JAPAN B., 19 /2/, 148-52 i1955/ 83843 385. STUDIES ON THF ESSENTIAL OILS IN TOBACCO LEAVES. VII. 03851 CARF3©~7Yt FRACTION /2/. ONISHI i. AND NAGASAWA. M.,AGR. 03852 CHF.M. SOC. JAPAN B., 21 /1/, 36-42 /1957/ 03853 386. STUDIES ON THE E;SSENTtA€ OILS IN TOBACCO LEAVES. V€€€. 03861 CARBONYt FRACTION f3/. ONISHI I. AND NAGASAWA. P"..,AGR. 03862 CHEM. SOC. JAPAN B., 21 /1/, 41-6 /1957/ 03863 387. CHEM 1 CAL CGMPQS I T i OM OF Tt3RK I SH TQBACCCS.€€., BLACK SEA U87 i RECs I QN. / TURK I SFf/ AKSU, S. AND ENERCAN, S., TEKEL. E3tST. 03872 RAPORLARI, 7, 43-51 /1956/ 03813 388. B I QCHEM I t:AL SE PARAT I 4N OF MAKHORKA VAR I ET ! F.S AF'FECT €.D BY U8 1 f
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9M -_~ 13 A ).X I I I I I I I I I 0 4$4 . ~ PAPEk CNRQHAFOGRAPHY 0u PQLYNUCLEAR AROMAT i C S ti ST . ~ UB A CES ~ # ' +1 /GERMAN/ WIFI.AND, T. AND KRACHT, W.,ANGEW. CHEM„G9,172-1:`4 f-44: /1957/ 1:05. CONTENT OF CITRIC ACID IN TOBACCO. /POLISH/ IAWAI?SKi, K., ~ ACTA AGRQBOT. '+,5-i 1 /1956/ 406. F.S'ERS GF NICOTiNIC ALCOHOL. /ITALIAN/ CALO, A. AND 040Irt 3ELt.OMONTE, G.,FARMACO ED. SCi. 11ii 755-9 /19'5~Si t4#62 ~ 4~I7. A!~AL~~"_ I S OF N. TABACUM BY PAPER CFtAOMATOGRAPNY. V. VARIATION 04: l OF SOME CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF MARYL.At°Q TOBACCO DUE TO 01.il!?2 TQPP I NG AND CUR i NG ME IHOQS. / I TAL I AN/ G I QVANi'tQti E O4C13 _ SERMANNI, G. , TA8ACC0, 61 r'681 /,411-1 2/1956/ 01.071, r m _-- ~_.ate3k: APICAL CHLOROSIS. /RUSSIAN/ SIROTENKO, A.A.,VSESOIUZ. 03882 NAUCH. I SSLEt3 I NST . TAB. MAKI#i)RIC I. SBORli. NA-UCH- I SSLED 03883 RABVT. 149 1 22-34 t1 956/ 038$4 389. PAPER CttRQMAT6GRAI•'HY OF ti! CC?T INE AND RELATED COMPOUNDS. 03891 LEISERSON, L. AND WALKER, T.B.,ANALYT. CHEM. 27, 1129-30, 03892 /1955/ 03893 390. TRANSFER OF METALLIC CONSTITUENTS OF CIGARETTES TO THE 5390# M1tINSTREAM SMOKE. COGBILL E.C. AND l1OBSS~ ''M.E. 039~i2 TGf3. SCI. 1 /15/, 68-73 l1~57/ ~ $3901 391 . SOME PNENOL I C C(1NST I TUEhITS OF C I GARETTE SM,~E. CQMMI KS , 8. T. 03911 AND LINDSEY, A.J.,BRIT. JOUR. CANCER 4, 504-6 119561 03912 392. STIGMASTEROL IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. KOSAK, A.I. SXINEHART, J.S.,03921 TABf.R, D., VAN €}UUREt{, B.I.,SCIENC€ 125 /3f155/ 991 /1957/ 03922 393. BINOING OF ACIDS BY DRIED PL4FiTS. /RUS~IA?d/ MINSHCHIKOVA, 03931 N i UCHEN. ZAP. LENNINGRAD. GOSUD. UNIV. IM. A.A. 0393*' Z~lDA4GVA SER. G I OL . NAUK.186 /39f t 96-205 /1 955 / 9393' 394. STUDI ES ON THE ESS€NT i AL Q I LS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. f X. AC I D +` FRACTION OF THE AMERICAN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO LEAF. ONISH'., 1. AND YAMASAKI, K.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN J. 0394; 21 /2/ 82-5 /1957/ 0394? 395. STUDIES ON THE ESSENTIAL OILS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. X. ACID 65395: FRACTION IN THE ESSENTIAL OIL OF THE JAPANESE ::~'E-CUREQ i4395 TOBACCO LEAF BEFORE REDRYING AND A(:ING. ONISHI, 1. AND 0395 YAMASAKi, K.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN 8.,21 /21,86-9 /1957/ 0395 - 396. STUDIES ON THE ESSENTIAL OILS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. XI. PHENOL 0396 FRACTION /3/. ONISHI, 1. AND YAMAMOTO, K.,AGR, CHEM. SOC. $39£ JAPAN B.,21 l2/,90-4 /1q-57/ 0396. 397. STUO i ES ON THE ESSENT I AL 0I LS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. X I I 839`.': CARBONYL FRACT I QN J~i/ . QN I Sr! I, i. AND 1'.. GAS.'~M~' E M. E AGR. ~39:~ t CHEM. SOC. JAPAN 8. , 21 /2i , 95-8 /1957/ ik ?97 398. CHEM I;,AL CQMPQS I T I QN OF TOBACCO SMOKE. 11. ALiCAL 1NE. FhACT i z,3N. $398 /FRENCH/ BONNET, J. AND NE#.liCQM.Mr S.,NELVETICA CNIMICQ ACTA,$39S 40a { 13-i 8 /1957/ 039$ . STUDY OF SOME POSSIBLE CHEMICAL EQUSLIBRIA IN THE GAS P4ASE I OF T 0399, C GARE TE SMOKE. HOBBS, M.E.,TOB. SCI. 1 /16/ 7A-7 /1957; 0399` 0399> COMPONENTS OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. 1. PRELiMINARY STUDIES. t4ff; KOSAK, A. I., SWT NEi.ART, J.S., TABER 0. NATL. CANCER I NS : $'4f#., , , . JOURNAL,17 /3/,37,c-89 /19561' FL UE:-CURED TOBACCO. 1. I SOLAT I ON OF SOLANESOL, AN UNSATORA' #.'+ g14f:; AI.CGHGL, RQ1dtAND R.L., LATIMER, P.Fi., AND GILES, J.A., Tvs. SCI. 1 /19/ 66-90 l1957/ f'4 0 ~ PNF.hiQLI C COMPOUNDS I N TOBACCO. /DUTCH/ MIDDELOURG, G.A., LAND8K. T i JDSCNR. 63,392-9 /1951 / f4f?I 403. CAS :OUS PHASE OF C I GARE TTE SMQKE. I SQLAT I ON AND ANALYS I S FOR t,4031 fOTAt. ALDEHYDES. TOUEY, G.P.,T08. SCI. 1/17/ 78-81 /195/i 04017 ~ zs^~Fri i..~ ~ _ . ~.. ~i ..,. ;. Em
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R4 - -~_ ~ .~. >A #Y ~ 40$. ELECTRON 0ICR{}SYC'FY OF TOu,~CCO SMIr7I~f,• KA3~t~.ER, H. AND +~~g$1 LLC°ttl, B.J. .~R.,~IATL. CANCER II~ST. J.,38,Zq7-19 /1957! 04#EZ 403. PAPER CNRWTC3GRAPF# ? C S T G'DY OF FLAVGNC I QS OF THE PCLPH£NtIL 0449`s FPCACTION OF TCBACCQ, /FR£NCH/ BCIiNE.1, J. AFt-t) NEUKOW. S,3 OL492 OxCOLoGIAr10 /2/,124-g /1957/ $r*?~03 ACTUAL RESULTS CF CHEMICAL STUDIES 4!# THE COMP0SITION OF 04i#i TOBACCO SMOKE. /FRENCH/ BONNET, J. + NEJ'y't3MM, S., 04i#2 HELVETICA CHIMICA ACTA 49 13/ 717 f195Z'/ 01,103 , , 411, STt1#~ I ES Cr TOBACCO SMOKE. /JAPA~4£~E,' I Z1~~'P,, M . JAPAN P3~3?~t?P, 6~* i il CORP. CENTRAL RES.INST.SCI.PAPERS, hfl. 96, 7§-305 /19561 04112 412. OCMCNSTRAT I QN OF 3,4--BEN2PYRENE, OTHER ARCMAT t CHYDRC':,AR80?dS, 04121 413. AND ti ( TROCEN I N THE PRODUCTS FORMED BY PYRtlLYS l S OF 04122 TOBACCO EXTRACT. LAM, J..ACTA. PATH. MICROBIOL. SCAND., 04123 40 /5I,:69-72 0 ] 957/ 04124 ANALYTICAL RES€ARC4 ON W. TABACUM BY PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY. C4135 lI. CLIGC)SACCNARICES OF THREE SUBTROPICAL TOBACCO VAR'ETiES 04132 t}UR 1 NG CURE AND FF'42?rSENTAT i CN / I TAL I AN/ G! CVANNOZZ I- 04133 SERMANkI, G., TABACCO, 59, 327-9 /1955/ 04134 414. ANAL YT I CAL RESEARCH QN N. TAQACUM BY PAPER CHR©MAT(?GRAPHY. 04141 1I}. NOt#-VOL.'~T a LE CRGAN IC AC I E?S ,/ I T4.L !AN/ G I OVAt'tNflZZ I- i41 b2 SERMANNI , G., TfiPACCO, 59, 329-35 /1955/ #4143 415. ANALY T I CAL RESEARCH ON N. TABACUM BY PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY. 94151 IV. AM!NO AC=DS./ITALIANICIOVANI'IC}ZZ!-SERIiANNf,G., TABACCO, 041,5.2 59,r3a-43 /1955/ 04+53 416. OCCURRENCE OF t-Qta, NI C AC I t} ' N TOBACCO LEAVES. PALMER, J.K., 04i b; SC I ENCE , 126 /3272/,504-5 /t 957/ @4162 417. MACROMOLECULAR MUCLEOPROT E 9 NS OF HEAL'f HY TOBACCO LEAVES. +24:71 /r2t}SSIAN/ PIRIE, N.w„ BIOKHIM; 1A, 22, t4o-7 /1957/ OL^72 41£s. M I CRQB i A:. TR,ANSFORMA1 i JNS OF THE T aBACCQ ALlCALC I4IS. I, CULTURAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A s'=-482 MICOTlNOPHfLf:. SGhROS, P.l.. J.14 BACT., 5?, 28-37 /1955/ 4~a183 419. C£T£RP'3 iNAT I{~N Or" PRCtT£ I N t~{~ I TRt3G~N Tf~'BACCC?. 11. S£PARA+ I 0H 94191 OF ALCOHOL-SOLUBLE AND HUMI C AC I D TYPES OF PREC R P I TABLE I•#4192 NI T ROGEN COMPOUNDS FROM PR{'TE I NS BY FRACT I QNAL EXTfiAC T IOt#. 04193 /GERMAN/ WECNER, E. TASA4C-FORSCii. /1b! 25-8 /t955t o41g4 420. PAPER CNROI•tAT QC;kAPHI C DLTERMUNAT I Oe; OF NYf?ROXY-8-QU INOL i NE- .642fl f~TASS:UM Sj.EL FATE IN St~OK;~tG TOBACCO. ICERM.A"I/ $42~2 WEGNER, E., c'E I TSCF'R. t.FBENSM! T TELhNTERS-FGRSCH. , $4:f3 112 /i /„ 34-7 /i 955/ 042#4 421. C0MPARAY I V~ ANALYS I S OF THE CN£fiII CAL C',?MPOS I T I QN OF TOBACCO 04?: t AND TOBACCO SMCKE./CfiOA= I AN/ KAPETAN[IV I C, A. AND f'4-: 2 5:.I,:FPCf~VIC L.,CiJ~~1~N 7 /5f,159-67 /1~7.T 422. SCJME C(3MP;~NL~€T , Gf~ Cz3€;ED V I RG I N I A TOBACCOS FRCrt THE NA3CYA 04: '` 4 AP,EA. /.;APA,'NFSF/ K;+tPYO, T., MIZUNO, T. FUJITA, S., 0=~"2: SHIZUCKA 3~NI~t, FAC, AGR. B,,/fit 87-9 It~6/ 0 +2:? 423. TOBACCO 1liV~:STIGAT;CN:. "~. REPRt?~?tIIIBI~,ITY OF SMOKE TESTS. 042.; /GERMAN/ aTAt:B M. AND FUI'tkER H. ,M! TTF:I LUNCaN AUS 3" 11A232 GIBIETC OER LEt~£:NSMiTt€;.UNTFR~CNUNG ~3Nt} t{YCIE.NE, ~+$ /2/, ~~+2-,3 94-1 ib /I 957/ 642~4 424. PCLYF'NENOt,.lC GCNSTITUENi'S OF TOBACCO. STEt3MAN, R.L.,TCS. SCt,,$424i 4 T`36/,155-60 It~7/ ~~:~2 425. QUt.NT 1TAT ; VE OC'{ E:RMI ti,AT I CN OF TOBACCO STARCH BY ENZYhUtT I C ot.'_51 1IYDR€'iLYSIS. /CPOATIAN/ SUNIC K. E}UVAti,7 A/ I13-; /1957I 04252 426. CCIrtF'GS I T I OtJ OF !NG I A4 TOBACCO S£.b t1IL'S. CHAKRAAORTY S.R. 44A; AND C!-tT1lCR!lBpRTY, M.M., I N'DI AN CHEM. SOC. J. I Nil NE~4 EDN., #4262 o` 2T2£3j , 427. ORGANIC ACIDS OF VIRGINIA TOBACCO AND IFtE DETECTION AND 942,"1 . . .. . . . ,. . . ~ _7 pI3 I7-:2 /1957/ e Y.~ +i- ~~~G£-:- 0
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42$. 431. 432. 433. 434, 437. 438. 439. 44f. ',41. 444, t3£TER}41NA°it)hi OF GLYOXALIC ACID AND L-KgTtb-C,LUTARiC ACID. 04272 /GER?fiAN/ DORR, Ws,TA{3AK-F0RSCHs,/21 /,53--6# 119571 042~3 STUDi ES ON THE CARBOHYDRATES OF T~}BACC~},. i i. ~'flLYSACC~{ARi CES ~fk2 1 OF THE YELLOW TOBACCO LEAF. /JAPANESE/ MizUNt3 T. AND 04282 KINPYO, T. AGR. CHEM. SOC. t: 31 /13/,$~i-a2 /1~7f #42$3 i SC~LAT 4 Ci~! OF ~ti3E FROM C 3 GAR£TTE ~Mt}fCE. MOLD, J.D. + WALK£R, 04291 i, B. TOBACCO SC i E~iCE 1 161-3 /1 ~7; 0~+292 STUD 1 E5 6Pt THE Es5£NT i AL 6! L~ OF TOBACCO LEAYES. X i Y, BAS 3 C 043$1 FRACT i ON W. /.3APANESE/ (3PiI Sf? i, i., YA.*ASlfKt , K. $4902 =ITaU9CA, fi., SdtTtl, lC.,.;AP. MfIMGP, CORP. C~NTR11L REi. INST. ~4~~ SGi , PA~'ERS,/97/,71-~ /19'57l ` 04304 aTUt? # ES CN THE ESSENT i AL G i LS OF T0BArCG,,Jt.iAYES. XV. PHENOL 04311 FRACT i Q!i /4/. /JAPANESE/ ONt SH t i., Y~4MAt4ATJ, X,. ~~+312 TAKA~6PARA H. JAP. MONGP. CORP. C~~3TRAL RES. i~iST. iCi. 94313 PAPir.RSg/~1/,35-7 /1957/ 0431& STUE3 i ES ON THE ESSENT i AL ti i LS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. XN i. NEUTRAL 04321 FRACTiQti /Z/. /JAPANESE/ 4NiSHi, '., TOMITA, H., 04322 FUKUZUM!, T., SUNAKAWA, E., JAP. Mt3NCIP. CORP. CENTRAL RES. 04323 INST. SCi. PAPERS,/97/,79-82 . 19f"a7/ 01+324 FLAME PHOTOi'4ETR l C[9ETERM I HA i' i t7N OF CALC 1 UM. /JAPANESE/ 04331 TAKAKASHi, T. AND Yt3Sii 1 UA, Q. , HATANO Tt}B. EXPT. STA., 34332 /AUG. 11, I 9S3/ 04333 M i CRGSi A: fJ'EGRAf AT ! Ott Ot THE TOBACCO Ai..iCdLO i OS, AND SOME 04341 REL A CEC«~ rGHrQtNDS. WADA, E. , ARCH. 8 i C1CHEM. AND $ i GPHYS. , 04342 72 t~/.i4S-ai2 /1957/ 04343 ARSr'siC CO,t',_:NT OF CIGARETTES. BAILEY E.J,, KENNAWAY, E.L., 0435~ 'r'QUt~d.~tT, M, E,, BRIT. J. CANCER, 31 /1/, 49-53 /1957/ 04352 RE.:CTf ON OF PYi'2 i a i NE CARBOXYL i C ESTERS Ni TN SOi? i uM BORO- 04361 t:YJRit}E. /FRE;•iCFi/ BIGOT, J. A., DE BOER, T. J., SiXMA, 04362 F. L. J., RECUEIL TRAY. CHIM., 76 fI1/, 996-$ /1957/ 04353 PAPER CHRCrtiATOGr,AP#iY OF ALKALOIDS, WITH A SURVEY OF 04373 ecfOL ICAT S t3#iS ON ALKALOID SEPARAT i ONS BY PAPER ELECTRO- 04372 PHC9RES i S AND COUNTERCURRENT Q 9 STR i BUT i 4H. 1 Y. /GERM.A~:/ 04373 3RAUNiGER, H.,Pi1ARMAZ3E 11,28-29. /1956/ 04374 FERMENTAT i GN STUDt ES OF TOBACCO. i. N1 TROGEivi COMPOS 4 T i i1?i OF $436, F i YE GRADES OF C C GAR TOBACCO BEFORE AND AFTER FERi~4ENTAT i 4N. 04f$2 GILMORE, L.E.,LIGHTER 27 /4/,{2-1f, /1957/ 04383 PAPER CHRQMATdGRAPi'<tC M£TNOC? FOR DETERMINING ALKALOIDS IN 0439'. TOBACCO. JEFFREY, R.N. AND EOFF, w.N,,ANALYT, CHEM., -04392 27 .ft2/,i903-5 /t955/ 84~93 OCCURRENCE OF SECQi;+i;l ARY ALKALO1 DS IN C4hi.'~ERC i AL TQBACCOS. oko. /GERNAN/ KUHN, ti. AND BUHN, H.,OSTERR. TABAKREG1E. FACSL, 04402 MITT., 1, 6 /1956/ 04tsP CATALASE DETE'P,M iNAT t ON t N TOBACCO. ISPAli i S3t/ OLLERt1-GOMEZ t A. 14411 ~ AND PANEQUE--GUERRERO, A., REAL SOC. ESPAi4. F 9 S. QUt i~i. AN. SER. , 0444 2 U-r77 B 52, 51 /1956/ OW 3 ~ FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. ii. N£t?PHYTAt}tE1iE. RflWt./kNt1, R.L.,J.A.C.a. 14421 ~4 79 /18/,5"7-t1€ ig9S7/ ohli22 I3ET; RM I ttATi{3i`t OF PR£tTE E#t H# TRi3CtEN t itit TtlBAGGO, 111, 04431 G i FFEkkRT i AT t C?H OF THE M i CN£,R-M?LECUL4R^VEi GhT 04432 PRECiPiTABLE tfiTROGEN COMPOUNDS BY SELECTIVE 0443 i'RF.C t P i TAT i flN AND ENZYMI C AldRLY'S~ t S. /GERMAN/ WEGNER, ER , 0#~43~ TABAC,-FGRSCN, WsSS. 6EtL,: 17, 29-32 /3956a 10435 DETERMiNATiOM OF PROTEIN NITROGEN iM TOBACCO. iY, SYSTEMATIC 04441 QUA!iT i TAT d Y£ QETERMI MAT iON OF THE Hi GNER-MOLECUC,AR-WE i GttT 64442 NITROGEN CQMP#313NDS, THE PROTEINS ANt? THE HUMIC SUBSTANCES. 044~ /GERMA4/ ;'IEG'RER, E., TABA#G-F~kR~S~~it}1~Ge Wi SS. 8Ei L. f ok~~~~ t
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I I 18, 33-8 /1956/ 4#5. PAPER CNROMATQGRAPi•€ i C SrU[3 l£S CGI'€CERN I NG THE QUEST € GN OF NQRtd I COT ! ttE FORMAT I ON I N SEVERAL L41#-N I Ct3T i NE TOBACCO TYPES. /GERMAN/ WEGNER, F. , TAE'sAK-FORSCH. Wi SS. BE t L. , 18, 39~40 /1 956/ 446. MODi f I ED PROCEDURE FOR DETERMi N I!iG HAL E I C KvflRAZ I DE RES IDUES IN PLANT MATERIAL. AMGI9N, C, AND MAHON, J.H.,ASSt3C. OFF. AsR. CHEM. ,;. ,41 /1 i,177-82 /1958/ 447. IS LYStli£ THE SOURCE OF THE PYRID,NE RING IN NICqTtldE. 3OTHNER-8Y, A.A. DAWSON, R.F CHftIST#~N, ~r.ft,, EXPFRIENT€A,12 /4/,151-2. /195.1~/ 448. CI#E?4I CAL Ct3MPGS € T I ON OF VARI GUS CflMMERC I AL.ZftAGES OF CANAD I AN FLUE-CURED T©BACCa. ELLIOT, J. n., BIRCH, E. C., CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLA'~ T SC I ENCE, 38 /t /, 73-80 11958/ 449. LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUMS IN SYSTEMS CONTAINING titCQTtNE. FOWLER, R.T. AND NOBLE, R.A.S.,J. APPL. CtfEh.,7 /2/, 97-9 /1957/ 450. B€ QCNEia# i CA! CGNVERS € ONS OF SOME TOBACCO AL9C4LU I OS . FRANKENBiJRG, x.G., GOTTSCHO, A.M., VAI TEKU3iAS, A.A., TOB. SC 1., t I, 9-1 3/1958/ 451. DEPENDENCE OF MARf's.ANG LEAF CGFiPCStT€GN ON TOPPING AND CURING METH4GS./€ TALI AN/ G 1 GVAAtItOZL €-SERMAN#t I, r., TABACCtl, 60 /6811,386-99 /5956/ 452. EL ECTRG--ORCAN[ C PREPARAT € GNS. ! V. GX I DAT I ON OF AROMAT I C HYDROCARBONS. L'.1NB, I#.,ACTA. CHEM. SCAND.,2 /Si,1323-30 /155V 453. SEPARAT I4N AND GETERMI NAT € i:2N OF ORGAN€ C AC !©S i N Tt}BACC(} BY PAPER Ci•;RCMAtOGRAPhlY. rBL'LGAftIAli/ McKt-tA'LQV, M.K., BULGAR. ACAG. SC€. C.R.,8,45 /:955f 454. STUG I ES ON THE CHEM`. CAL CONST I TUENTS OF TOBACCO PLANT. 3. ON THE FLUORESCENT SUBSTANCE 1 N TOBACCO PLANT. M€ ZUKAI"iI , J., J. AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN, 25,351-3 /1951-2/ 455. 'IiCOT(NE CONTENT OF TOBACCO AND OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS USED FOR SMOKING, AND THE BEHAVIOR OF NICOT:NE DURING SMOKING. /GERMAN/ PYRIKI, C,,PHARMAZ€E 9,806-12 /1954/ 456. STUDY OF r i GARETTE SI'SOKF AND C I GAAE's TE PAPER SMOKE ALONE. RAND, H.J., CAROGN, S.Z., ALVORD, E. T., BURHAN, A.,A.`~'E.R; soUR. SURG.,94,u38-43 /19571 457. DETERMINATION OF NICOT€°iE AND TAR IN TCPACCO SM41c,!:. /GE2M.'kN; STAUB, M. AND FitRR£R, N.,MITT. LEBENq'4€TT HYG. 44 t4, ~ 371-7 /1953/ 1}5$. DETERMINATION GP` CHLIIRt.`GEtieC ACID. WV-AVING, A.S.,tiATItRE,1as, 1287-8 /1957/ 459, POt.YPt+C'NGLS OF FLUE-CURED TOBt,CCC. Si~PARAT I aN AND I I I €QENTIF€CATIGN OF' THE MA:GR PGLYPNE.N€}LS. WEAVING, A.S., TOBACCO SC€ENCE,ti, 1-7 /1958/ 460. i NF'LUENCE OF EX T ERNAL FACTQ'iS CH T;+E C€?NTEM T OF THE ACT I V~ PR INC i Pt.l;S I N @ NQUJTR i Al.. TOBACCt?S. /FRENCH/ CUZI V, PHARM. WER8LAf3., 92 775-81 / 1~ 7/ 461. PREPAFtAT I O~t OF CARBGN-14 LASELt,ED GLUCOSE A.N3 r RUCTQ5C. BY Pt30TOSYNTHES I S. DAM{3t?ARAN, M. ,.K'1LI;ARNI 8.i4 , i~AS Gt~'f Tl~, A.K. AND BNATTACNARYYA, P.~,.,.I, SC;. 1!{{~L`S. RIxS.,1~s6, 225-4 /1957/ 462. QU£ST i 0N OF ARS£NI C I N TpF3ACCA. /FR.EfdCtf/ DESCHRi EDER, A.R., REV. INTEizNATL. TAB.,33 l3"1,3:5-tt, 24 /1958/ f# b3. THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF SOME TOBACCO COKSTlTUENTS. GI!..BERT, J.A.S. AND LiNDSEY, A.J.,BRtT, J. CANCE[t,11 ~3/, #4445 04,451 #4452 64453 #4454 04461 04462 +y'f4u3 04471 0 4 4 72 04473 04481 04482 444$3 8449; 04492 01+493 04501 04502 04503 04511 04512 04,13 84521 04522 04523 0453; 6 4 532 04533 054's 045t42 0!+543 04551 04552 04553 04561 g4c;62 04563 A57 i 01,572 ~4 ~~1 ~ ~k 8 ~ " 4 5 2 04~9 ~ Crf #4 592 04593 04601 0468 3 tbfii 1 w 114612 c.;t 0461 0461 64621 04622 04631 94632
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- t, W~4 0 P_ Fm u«= I I 41 -a.~a, +'2rLPX - r ,,...+ . ..~. W 398-402 /1957/ 84633 464. T09ACCC SMOKE. t V. FP,ACT t ONAT S 4N OF C I GAR€TT€ SMOKE 04641 COMPONENTS AND SOME I.OK-B{l ILi NG I'€ I TROG£i'it}US COKPOCIIrjS. 04b42 I ZAWA, M. AND KflBft,Sl•i I, Y.,AGR. Lu€I+i. SOC. JAPAN 8. , 21 , 04643 357-63 /I 957 / OW-4' 465. SOME VOLAT I€.E AC IDS AND ESTERS OF C I GAR€TT€ SMOKE. I ZA.WA, M. 04651 AND kO8ASH I, Y.,AGR. CHEM. aOC. .fAPAN B., 22, 47-52 /a 95$/ 04652 466. I Swii,AT I 0N OF G-PHYTA.F? I CN£ FROM THE €SSEMT I Al Qi € OF TOBACCO i}466i L. €AF . ON I SN # , I . , NAGASAWA, M., T0MI TA, H. , Ft3E;tJZlt~f I , T . , o4bb2 AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN B.,22 /a / 57-8 /t95' 04663 467. S i UQ E€S ON THE ESSEi!T I AL OI LS OF T6BACCO L€~ €S. XY!. l~~+671 NEUTRAL FRACT I O!d /3/. P(};~YCYCL3 C ARQl~AT.~~"C HYDROCARBONS OF o4672 BURLEY TOBACCO !.€AF. CN I SH I, I., NAWAWA, M . , T0MI TA, H. ,~lAb73 F~JKUZ~'MI, T.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN 8.,22 11l,a7-2~ Ii9~~7 ¢~+67~+ 468. aRGANI C AC I OS i N D I FFERf.NT TOBACCO TYPES AND TFiE! R R€LAT I OM 94681 TO QtFA:_ I TY. /G€RMAN/ PYRI KI, C. AND KERRMANN, R. ,C3R€SI?EN 04fs82 INST. TABAKFC)RSCN. BER., ;{ /2/ 285-307 /1$57/ 04683 469. f1F:T ERM INAT I ON OF TOBACCO Ql3AL ITY 15Y CNEM I CAL ANALYS I S OF 04693 TOBACCO SMCKE. /RJh[A?tIAM/ TRiFU, I,,I,.UCRAR. INST. C£RCET, 04f>$2 ALIM.,1,:4-~-62 /1957/ 04693 470. I O€NT I F I CAT I Csid OF SCCPOL€T I!i I H C; GARETT€ TOBACCO AND SMOKE. 1#701 YANG, C-H ., NA.KACAWA, Y., WENDER, S.H.,J. ORG. CHEM., 04702 23 /21,2~4-5 /1958/ 047#3 471. I SCLAT I CiH OF SOME CtIC"MAR 1 Ia, F(3l.YPHENi3l. I C COMPOUNDS AND NEW 04711 N I COT I NE CQP"BI N€a SUBSTAkC€S FROM YELLOW LEAF T6BACCQ. 04712 /JAPANESE/ AKAIKE, S.,HATANO, KANAGAWA, JAPAN, HATANO T08. 04713 EXPT. STA. SPEC. B.,7 /1955/ #4714 472. ES i' I MAT I ON OF Qt.:€,RC i T I NAND Pt1T I N. /PO:. I SH/ COI~iSTA4T tN€SCO,, 04721 D.G. AND OT€!.€AHtl, R.,ACTA PCLON FHARH.,14,27-32 1F957/ 04722 473. STUDIES ON TN€ S 3 T I NG TASTE CF BURLEY TOBACCO LEAVES. 4731 /NUTR t T i OtrAl PHYS s Q! Qt"Y OF JAPAN€ ;€ TOSACCO. / 1. REi.AT I ON 04732 BETWEEN THE 8I T i NG TASTE AND CKEMI CAt. COMPONENTS. 04733 FUJIWARA A. AND KUROSAWA, Ft., TCHOKU J. AGR. RES.,5, 94734 229-37 /1954/ 04735 474. STRUCTURE OF FiICCT€LL!N. /GwRNAN1 KUFFNER, F. AND FADERL, N., 94741 MGNATSH. CHEM.,87,71 f195b/ $4;42 475. 1 NVI=:ST I GAT I ON OF SOLUBLE. CARRvHYORAT£S I ti TOBACCO BY US 3 FiG 04 751 FILTER-PAPER CHRj74Al'OGPAPHY, MIK}'.A:'.'JV, M.K.,ACAD. 0475: BULGARF SCI: C. R. 10 , 201-4 1957/ .4~4753 ~+76, POLYPHENOLS I N TOBACt:6 BY RAP€R CHR4MATOG€tAIPY„ I. E`LAVORIr $`+; 5i OfRiVP,I C1t€S. MIKHAILCV, ht.K.,AytA C'HIM, HUN;.,l0,42a-5 04762 /1957 / 04763 477. UNKN0W3i N©NVC,.ATIL€ 4RGkMIr ACID IN FRESH TOBACCO AND IN 0477a ~OTTON LEAVES. MI?.~A:ItJ, M.K.,ACAD. BULGARE. SCi. C.#:., $4772 t0,205-8 /1957/ !47j 3 478. STi;L? i€S ON THE ESS€NT I At. OI LS OF TOBACCO ~.EAVES, IV. NEUTRAL Oh7€31 FRACT ION, ONISHI, 1. TOMITA, H. ~~UtCtiLUMI, T,,AGR. 04782 CHEM. SOC. J~iPAH 8.,2i /21,61-7 /f956/ 04'83 479. S TUt7 I CS ON TNL €SSCNT I At. O I t SOF TOBACCO LEAVES. V. I SOC.AT I t?N 0091 OF a~ 1 A.~" €TH~LYAl.~:R i C AC I O AND 2-F:1R(1 I C AC 3I:? FROM TOBACCO 04792 €SS €aiT I AC. O~y 1 C.. ON @I SN I,} i. AND YA~iASAK I, K. , AGR. CHE`~. St}C.0479~ JAPA~i, B.,~.0 /2/,68-9 / 1 :T,6/ ~~ 480. STUi? Y CS 0~1 THE t:SSCr'#T I A+.. O I t,S OF TOBACCO LEAVES. V t« PHENOL ~ T FRACTION /2/. ONiSI`11, I. AND YAt{AMOT(}, Ks,AGR. CHEM. SOC. 04802 JAPAN 9.,20 /2f,70-3 /1956/ f4"3 481, STUD I€.S ON TN~ F.SSENT i Al. 0 t t.S OF TOBACCO LEAVES. XV. NEUTRAL /4811 FRACTION /7.t. (}NISHi, 1., TOMITA, H,, FUKliZt1M1, '., 04812 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - . ~ -_~ n ;.X *a `_k.~....v .:~~
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t -.373 •' ... ,.- .. ~' *E~t ~. '. 482. AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN B.,21 i4/,239-42 f195if 14813 t3ETECT I G*i OF $-OXYQtS 3 N{iL I h!'E # Pi SMOKE OF TOBACCO TREATED WI TH $4$21 8-GxYQU{ t'#rL I NE POTASSUM HYDROGEN SULFATE. /GERMAN/ a48i2 I a+83. WEGNER, E.,ARZNEIMITTEE.-FORSCh€. 6,299 /1956/ $4823 I NH1 B I TGRY EFFECT OF OXYGENATED MI NERAL SALTS ON THE FGRMAT I flN 04831 84. OF 3, 4-$ENZPYRENE Dt9RI NG CW UST I UN OF C I GARETTE PAPER. 04832 /FRENCH/ HUBERT-HABART, i•t. MUEL, B., RpYER, R., LATARJET, 0483 R,,ACAG. SCi. C.R 2" /91#~/-1 /1o5$l a ~ ~ ., FREE-RAD I CALS PR(?GUCE6 I N C I GARETTE SMGKE IYCMS J OZ841 K *10 in I . , . . , GIBSON, J.F., INGRAM, D.J.E., NATURE,181 /4b14/,10/3-A 04842 /1958/ 04843 485. TGBACCt} ANALYS i S WI TH SPEC I AL REFERENCE TO ,4PER 04851 CHROMATOGRAPHY OF ALKALOIDS. /GFRNAN/ ..~PYRIKI , C.,NAHRUNG 10A$52 /2J,114-25 /1957/ 04853 485. ANOMALOUS CtiRCrMATQGRAPH ! C 3EHAY I OR OF CNLGROGEN I C AC I€3 I N 04861 ¢485?. EXTRACTS OF TOBACCO. STEDMAN R.L. AND RUSANIWSKYJ W. L87. , , , TGAACCn SC 1£NG£ 11 51-2 /t "8 id ~ 853i ~853 TARS AND N I COT I NE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. /FRENCH/ TR I Ft3, !., 04871 RK-A REV. i N T ERNATL. TABACS, 33 /103/ 27-30 /1958/ 94872 ~ ~+88. I N TOBACCO. /RItSS I AN/ 0A8$1 DET~.RNI NI NG THE GX I D I ZED PQLYPHEt~i3£S 0 ASMAEV, F,Gs AND IUN4SNEY Y.K.,TABAK 18 !4/ 40-2 /1957/ 04882 I ~ !~89. ENT A£ TOBACCOS.Ob891 2E0 AMER I CAN AND OR MALCi'~ i C AC I E3 i N GREEN AND Cl9 BELLIN, S.A. AN€3 SMEBY, R.R.,ARCH. Bfi3CHEi`S. BIOPHYS., ii4489x 75 /1 /,1-5 /1958/ 04893 I 490, JET ERH I NAT I ClN OF PHENOLS BY CHROMATOGRAPHY AND SPECTROPHOTOM- 04901 ETRY OF Ti^iE I R HETHYf. ETHERS. I Y. DETERMi NAT I Gti OF PHENOLS 04902 F~l ANAL $4903 J A AND LINDSEY T B CQMM1NS . ., . , . , . IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. CHIM. ACTA,15,957-8 /1956/ 04904 491. SOME FACTORS AFF'ECT I NG THE CGNT ENT OF THE E'R I NC I PAL A49.1 E=t_j 492. POLYPHENOLS IN TOBACCO LEAVES. PENN, P. T. AND WEYBREW, 04912 J.A.,TflBACC{7 SCiENCE i t 68-72 /1958/ 04913 NATURAL TRANSFORMATION OF iQBACC4 Al.KAt.OIDS. /CiERKAN/ 04921 SCHROTER, H.B.,PHARM. ZTG.,102 /49/,1269 /1957/ 04922 4 STUDY OF TOBACCO SMOKE BY tl I F€'RACT I QN AND ELECTRON t4I CROSCflPY ,0u931 93. I /FRE'NCN/ TRILLAT, J.J. AND CUZIN, J..ACAG. SCi. C. R., 04932 24A. 1040-2 /1958/ 04933 494, COMPOS I T I t3At STUDI ES ON TOBACCO. 1. B£TA-S I T4S i ERYi. S3-G£UC{)S I GE iI{4941 FROM FLUE-CURED TOBACCO LEAVES DYirf I CKY H 04942 AND STEDMAN ~ , . . , R.L.,TOBACCO SCIENCE i I,99-1f1 /1958/ 04g43 495 CtiEM I CAL CO~tPOS I T i ON OF YAR I t3i1S GR E ~ . AD S OF CANAD I AN F{.UE-CURf D#~+951 ~ TOBACCO. ELLIOT, J,M. AND BIRCH, E.C.,TOBACCO SCIENCE, !}4952 It, 85-9 11958/ 049 3 ~+9b. Ci.AR I F I CAT I QN OF AQUEOUS TOBACCO EXTRACTS f'R I OR TO DETER~#I N I NG 0~.; P%.DUCING SUGARS. GREENE F.L. AND SELiG.~iAN, R.B.,iIA. J. 04 2 ~ SC1., N.S. /ABS./,8 /4i ,~7 /195 7 / #4 497. STUi~ I ES ON TOBACCO SMGK~.. IY. FRACT= Oi*iAT I i3i'! OF C I GARETTE #i+ ~ 0 2 SMOKE CGMPGNENT S AND SOME LOW 8OILI NG N I TROGENfltJa 04 ~ COMPOUNDS. /I/. /JAPANESE/ lZAWA, M,,$CGBFtSi•i!, Y., OL~T~ " ~ ~ 498. TOKURA, C., ir#~OTC3MATSU ~!. Fi1KAYA T. JAP. F1f}t~4€'. CORP. ~~~ '+ r CENTRAL RES. INST. SC I. 8'~kPfRS, /g§/ 6j-5 /1958/ 04915 STUG t ES ON TOBACCO SMOKE. V. SOME NEUTRAL COMPONENTS OF 049 t C~. CIGARETTE SMOKE /I/. /JAPANES'E/ iZAktA, Ft., KOBASHI, Y., 04982 tIC S Q RA O C3t . t M. F!l~YA T, ,tAA. #~Q $1 ' ~ 499 P RA 6£N T~ ~ CGRI~ AP£i~S iN i~£S, MONOP. q/ ~s-3~ /fgser e498~ 3~ STUp I ES ON TOBACCO SMOKE Y i Q T I E SOME , , y . LA AC I QS AND ESTERS ii49R1 4, OF C I GAR€TTE SMOKE. /JAPANESE/ f ZA4IA, i•4. KOSASH I Y. 1#9~2 ?~ t7 TAMATSU t7TAMATSU i~4. ~iflSNAC,~} .fAP. ~Et?N{3P ii, CGAi~'. CEi~TR t~~ Ft~ S ~~~ 3 ~ ~, zg a , , , , , . . . . . . i ~ r ~--.-~--- rim ~ ~
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9A L2 d In I I I I E I I INST. SCI. PAPERS./99/ 72-7 /1958/ 049-94 500. STUf3 i ES ON TOBACCO SMOKE. V i. SOME VOLAT I LE AC I DS AND ESTERS 0$" 'I OF C I GARETTE SMOKE. I ZAKA, Irt. AND Rt3BASH I, Y, , AGR. CHEM. 05002 SOC. JAPAN B.,22 W,47-53 /1958/ 05#03 501. STUDIES OF TOBACCO LEAF PROTEINS. Kt7ENiG l3.F., PALMER,,,,~ J.K., 05011 LIKES, C.J.,VA. J. SC9., N.S. /ABS./, ~ Ik/ 308 1i~7/ 05#12 502. ARaMAT i C PQLYCYCL i C HYDROCARBONS i N C I GARETTE iMOKC. 05021 LYONS, M.J.,BR1'.EMPIitE CANCER CAMP. 35TH ANNU. REP., #;#22 PART 11, 304 i;~7/ e 051023 5#3. FREE RAUICALS €A CIGARETTE SMOKE. LYONS, K.J ~`AND SPENCE, 05031 J.B. BPiiT EI~i,°IRE CANCER CAMP. 35TH ANNU. ~P.,PA3tT I1, $5132 3~~-4 /19571 .._u 0fi#33 504. B IOASSAY OF NEUTRAL A.RJMQT I C FRACT I CN OF C I GARETTE SMOKE. 950i+1 LYONS, M,.J. AfitD PEACOCK, A., PEACOCK P.R.,BRiT. E~iP€RE 05042 CANCER CAMP. 35TH AMNU. REP., PART I~, 3~3 /t~?1 05043 505. SHIKIMIC ACID IN THE TOBACCO LEAF. /JAPANESE/ NAGASAWA, M. 05151 AND TUG4sCHt, T. JAP. l~ANOP. CORP. CENTRAL RES. INST. 05052 SCI. PAPERS, 196/ 8-9 /1958/ 05053 50. SHIKIMIC ACID IN THE TOBACCO LEAF. NAGASAWA, M., /5061 AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN. B.,22 13/ 17~+-6 1195E/ 990fa2 507. CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF JAPANESE i6BACCt? LEAVES. ii. 05071 /JAPANESE/ NAGASAWA, M., aHINGHARA, T., AKINAGA, Y. 05072 KA~IA I, L. ,TAGUC+~ I, T. FUJ I KARA, Y., OKAMOTO S. , JA~'. 05073 P~t~OP, CORP. CENTRAL 1?~S. INST. SCi. PAPERS,/~9/ 3T-4 95074 /1958/ 15i 5 508. MICRUCt~Lt~RiMETRIC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF QUI~#IC ACID 05i~~1 AND I TS CCNT ENT I td t i UE-CUREt? R flBACCO. /JAPANESE/ $5082 NAGASAWA, M . ADt'J TAG!.'CNi, T., JAP. MONOP. CORP. CENTRAL 05083 RES. INST. SCi. PAPERS, 99, 10-12 11958/ $5084 509. CHLORGGE'N I C AC I a € N THE s OBACCO LEAF DUR, NG FL'JE-CUR I NG. 05#9; /JAPANESE/ NAGASAWA, M. AND TAGUCHI T,,JAP. MONOP. CORP. 05092 CENTRAL RES. INST. SCI. PAPERS, 99, 4-7 /1958/ 05093 510. STUDIES ON THE ESSENTIAL QiLS OF T{}BACCG LEAVES, XVi I. 05101 Ni.UTRAL FRACT IQN. /JAPANESE/ tTNI SHI ,€. NAGASA'~A-M., 05,02 TCM€ TA, H., FUKUZUHI, T., TAKAHARA, N. ,~UNAKA'~A, ~. JAP. Q~~,;~€3 MONOP. CORP. CENTRAL RES. IP~ST, SCI. PAPERS, 99, '+5-~ 0Se0=4 /195$/ V;15 511. BiC3ASSAY GF CiCr,RF:TTE CMCKE TARS. PE;AC^CK., P.R. AND LYONS, M.J.,BRIT, R'Ar'IRF: CANCER CAMP. 3STH AtiiiU, REP.,PART t€, 015*,i2 303 /1957/ 051,17 512. IN VI fR0 SYttTHE.S:: CF A CHERRY aEi3 PICMENT. PENN, P.T., 95S 2t STEPHCNS, R,.i,, 4+'ErBRT:W, .3.A.,TCRACCQ SCIKNCE.,lI,1A2-5 05122 !1 9 ,58/ fl'~123 513. CHRCi'iATOGRAPMIC DETrRM;NAT€CN OF STEAM-VQLATIL'E ACIDS IN olkx:3i CIGAPETTC SMt;KLr Cw,N, L.D., WILQER P. JR. 05132 HGBBS,. M.E., A~sAL'f~'. CHEM., 30 /4il1 5~t5-~ /I9~8/ f5133 514. PR IMARY S TUDI E5 ON TH~. PRESENCE OF CARC E NOGEN 1 C HYCROCARBi3NS 05 T 4: IN SMOKE Of ITAL3A"t rIGARL'TI'ES, I{TAl,IAN/ SCASSEILATi- O,342 SrQR2ClLiNI G. AND SALUCCI, G., SOC. ITAL, BIt+L. SPER. 8a, #514 34 /9/, 424-6 /1958/ #5t4Z 515. STt3p I ES OM THE TOBACCO ALKALOI C3S. 11. ALKAi,.Q I T3 CONTENTS OF 05,451 JAPANESE NAT I VE T4BACCfl. /JAPANf SE/ WAi}A E. , ARAI i<;, , 95152 '1URAKAM€ Y, JAP. MONOP. CORP. CENTRAL RES~. i MST. 5~ €. 05F52 f'A~'F.RS, 49 ~35-6 /1958/ V155~~ 516. STUDIES ON Tk TOBACCO ALk'AI.0IOS. €.€. MICROBIAL DEGRADATION 051 ~ OF THE TOBACCO ALKALOIDS AND SOME RELATED COMPOUNDS. 05162 /JAPANESE/ WADA, E., IHIDA, M., KISAKI, T„ SAiTO, €C.. 05163 r ~?~c`. ' :"~~~: :~: 297~=1 ~ wr--":7 ®
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x 49&71 4.:: ~ ~ '- :~~-- WAKAYAMA Y.,JAP. FiOHt)i'. CORP. CENTRAL RES. INST. SC3. 05164 PAPERS 9§l37-43 /1 9581 65165 518. PAPER CHR6MATflGRAPHY OF CARC 4!tOGENi C MYt1Rd3;.AR8ONS. /GERKAM/ 05181 PEITSCH, A.,PHARMAZIE,12 /11,24-30 /1957/ 05182 519. i S4LAT ! Q!t AND t DENT 9Ft CAT i 4fi OF SOME COMPONENTS OF C t GARE T TE 05191 SMOKE CONDENSATE /CH i EFLY Lt3NG-CHA1 t! MflNOCAR6C)X':'L } CAC 9 i3S 05192 AND PHENQLS.f VAN DUUREN, B.L. AND KOSAK, A.I.,J. ORG. 05193 CHEM. 23,~+73-5 /1958/ g,a gt~ 520. lSULAfiCti AND IDENTIFICATION OF SQUALENE FROM CIGARETTE SMOKE 05201 - CONDENSATE. VAN DUUR£ti B.L. AND SCHMiTT, F.L.,CiiEM. $5202 iN{3i3S. 32, 1~~a-7 /3~6/ 05203 521. Ct~SPE3S i T 1 N STt.tDI ES ON TOBACCO. i 1. i StILA'f i tiN AND 05211 i DENT i F I CAT !ON OF ST i GMASTEROL FROM FLUE-CURED LEAVES. 05212 GROSSMAN, J.D. AND ST£DMAli, R. L. , TUBACCO SC B EliCE, 2, 13 5-6 05213 /t958/ 05214 522. STUC 6 ES ON LEAF TOBACCO. X; Y• CQMPAR l S4N OF THE C4MPCiS d T iON 05221 23. OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO LEAF ACCORD 1 NG TO YARi £T 4 ES AND St3i L05222 TYPES. /,lAPANES£/ KlNPYO, T., MIZUNO, T., FUJITA, S., 05223 SHIZUOKA UNiV. FAC. AGR. B, 7, 109-17 /1957/ 05224 BENZO /A/ PYRENE CONTENT OF CERTAIN PYROGENIC KATERtALS. 05231 524. PRESENCE M. NATL. CANCER INST. J.,15,1~t85-9b /1956/ 05232 PRtSENC£ OF '~ , 2,3 ,1~-D 1 BENZCIPYR£NE i 3i C 3 GAtETTE SMOKE. f5241 LYONS, M. J., MATURE, 182 /4629/, 178 /1958/ 05242 525. METHOD FOR [3ETERM# NAT l(3N OF THE FLA'VtDlia4 DS 1 N TOBACCO. 05251 /GERMAN/ MiKNAtLGY, M.K.,NATUFc1:fISS£NSCNAFTEN,45 /16/,389 05252 /1958/ 05253 526. ON THE AM 4 NJ--AC ! t? COHPt3S 9 T 3 t?Pi OF TOBACCO. /aULGARi AN/ 05261 527. MIKHAILOV, M.K.,BULGAR. AlCAD. NAUK. t)4K.,11 /2/,85-8 /1958/ 05262 CHEM1 CAL C~}MP£1S I T!©N OF REPRESE~iTAT 1 VE GR,~UES OF THE 1951 ;5271 AND 1952 CROPS OF BURLEY TOBACCO. PHILLIPS, i'!. AND 05272 BACOT, A. M., U.S.D.A. AGR. MKTG. SERV.,TECH. B. N0. 1186 15273 /1958/ 1152 4 528. 1 COMPOSITION STUDIES ON TOBACCO. III. TOTAL 3-BETA-STEROLS IN 052~; 529. FLUE-CURED TOBACCO LEAVES. STEDMAli R,L. GRflSSMAtd,~ ,3.G., 05282 DYMICKY, M., RUSAN#k1SKYJ, W., TOSAC~C~ SC4~~tCE 6t,11I-9 ~57$1 /1958/ SCOPOL£T ! N i t{ C{3MMERC i AL TOBACCO PRODUCTS. YANG, C-ti. 05291 NAKAGAWA, Y., WEN€}ER, S.H.,TOBACCO SCiE~iCE,it,131-1k 05292 /1958/ "05293 530. KTFiOD OF QETERli! ti iNG THE ACT 3 Y 1 TY OF PRaTEuLYT 1 C ENZYMES 1 tt 0531 531. DRY TOBACCO. /i•'R£NCHr BABLER, S. iNTERHATL. SCi. Ti}R, 05302 CONG., 2ND BRUSSELS, PAPERS NQ. 13 1-5 ii958f 05M3 lNYESF iGAT ifltdi CONCERNING THE ALKALt3ls:i OF SOME T06ACCfl i 3ll i cz + 2 VAR t ET i ES WY TH S:PEC t AL REFERENCE TO THE i3 i SC£3YER'f OF # Nt~RN i Cf1T 1 NE 8 3 OSYAYTNES S S. /GERMAN/ £GR t L.,OSTERR,. ~ 313 1~7 /1! 19-2~+ /f957I '05314 MiTT FACNL REGIE ~ 532. . . . TABAK SCREENING OF PHILIPPINE PLANTS FOR iTERQIDAL SAR6JG£ir1YMS. i i~ 05321 ~-~ ANZALOO F.E., MARMON, J., ANCHETA, S.F.,PHILLIPINE J. SCi.,i1S322 ~ 133-9 /1957/ 05323 86 /3/ , ~ 533. QUANT t TAT 3 YE €3ETERMt fiiAT 3 0N OF GLYCER [ tiE IN C i GARETTE Si'SO3CE. #5331 CARPENTFR, R.D., MARTIdd, W.J. SELiGMAN, R.B.,TOB. CHEM. 0332 CJZ ~ RES. CC3HF.,12Tii,i3URNAt4, N.C.,6CT. 1958, PAP£RS,/A8S/,i;kO, 17 05333 /1958/ 053 t, 534. Z NICOTYRdtiE AND ITS DETERMINATION BY THE KOMIG REACTION. 053 1 /FR£NCht/ DE CLERCQ M, AND TRUHAUT, R. ,AiiX. PHARM. FRANC., 05342 t5,l9-101,529--33 /1~571 05343 535. fNVEST i CAT t QN OF THE RETENT fON OF SMOKE PART f CU1, ATE. MATTER 95351 . 0
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t:;=a-m4 ; , -~. BY THE INHAL I hG AND NON- I NHALI itG TYPE C I GARETTE SMOKER. 15352 FOSTER, I3. AND GAFFNEY H.,Ti}B. CHEM. RES. CONF. 12TH, @535 ~ DURHAM, N.C., OCT. 1954. #535 536. APiALYT I CAL RESEARCH ON TtTBACCfl BY CHROMATOGRAPHY OF THE GAS 05361 PHASE. I i. EFFECT OF FERMEMTAT I Ofii aN GAS SUBSTANCES IN Or-362 SMOKE, STUf? I Ef3 ON KENTUCKY TOBACCO. /FREMCH/ 0535~ G IOVA'i~tOZZ I-SERMAIiMI , G. AND CARUGNO, N., I NTER!{ATL. SC i. 0536 TOB.CONG., 2ND, F3RUSSF.LS, PAPERS NO. 32, 1-6 /1958/ a536> 537. EXPERIMENT ON CHEMIC~.v_-TECHtiOL CGICAL EVALUATIO.~ OF BULGARIAN 05371 Tt}IoACCO VARI ET I ES. 1BULGARI Ati/ G I UZELEV,/ fC. AND #5:172 ANASTASOV, A.,BULGAR. TIUTIOAit 3/1/,28-,~4 /19581 05373 538. STEID 't ES 0U THE CliEM I CAL C0NST I TUEN T S OF TOBACCO PLANT. I. 05381 ISOLATION OF CHLOROGENiC ACID FROM FRESH AND FLUE-CURED 05382 i'OBACCO L EAVES, /JAPANESE/. AKAtKE, S.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. 05383 jAPAN J. 33/7/,661-2 /i959/ 05384 539. DETERMt NAT i6't OF CARC I NOGEN I C HYDROCARBONS I N TOBACCO SMOKE. 05391 /GERMAN/ PIETZSCH, A., NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN, 45, /18/, 445 #5392 /1958/ 05 93 ~ 540. fOLYNUCLEAR HYDROCARBONS IN TOBACCO AND TOaACCO SMOKE. I. t 0S 3 4-BENZOPYRENE. BENTLEY, H.R. AND BURGAN, J,G.,ANALYST, 054-:1 8i, /989/,442-7 /1958/ 05403 541. MOD I F I ED METHOD FOR THE DETERMI NAT I ON OF nOLYCYCL I C 0541, HYDROCARBONS. COMMIMS 6.T.,ANALYST 83, 386-9 /1958/ 0§4a2 542. SEPARATION OF SOME TOBACC6 ALKALOIDS BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY. 05421 QU I N, L. D. , RATURE,182, /4639/,865 /1958/ 05422 543. ANALYS i S OF THE N';3N-VOLATI t.E AC I DS I N C I GARETTE SMOKE BY $5431 GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY OF THEIR METHYL ESTERS. QUIN, L.D. AND 95432 HOBBS, M.C.,ANALYT. CHEM,30,1Aft-5 /1958/ or,433 5A&. PRESc:NCE OF SOME D I CA.280NYLS IN TOBACCO SMOKE. ROSENBERG, S., 05441 HAL TER, H.H. , FAZ I 0, T. ,TOB. CHEM. RES. CONF. 12TH, 054~a2 DUR~iA.'~, Al.C. , OCT. i 958 05443 545, IDENTIFICATION G>`' TWO PHENOL FRACTIONS ISOLATED FROM FLUE- 05451 CURED TOBACCO. ROWLAND, R.L.,TOB. CHEM. RES. COIalF. 2 2TH, 05452 D`vRHAM, N. C. , OCT. 1958. 05453 546. MlCROCflLORIMETRIC METtit?D FOR THE DETERMINATION OF QUINIC ACID 05461 AND I 1 5 COt~o`EN T `ENT I ti FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. /.3APANES / 05462 kAaASAWA, M. , AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN 8. , 22,14/, 205-8 /1 958/ 05463 547, I MV~S t I GAT I GN OF THE SOLUBLE FRACT I ON FROM CHERRY RED A4D 0.54;?, RF.i.ATED T0RACCOS. STEPHENS, R. L.. , HA# L, J.L., WLYBREW, f5h; 2 J.A., fuB, CHEtl, 'ItES. CONF. 12TH, DURHAM, ti.C., /499~581 054 '~3 548. Rf.t.~tI I UN BI:TNEEN THE LEVELS OF CERTAI F! SUBSTANCES IN - A5~3l TOBACCO AND I N StAOKE. /FREN4H/ TRI FU, I.S. AND 05482 DuMI TRESCti, M., I NTERNATL, SC I. TOB. C©NG.,2ND, BRUSSELS, 4i548~ F'AaERS N0. 4e, 1-8 /1958/ 05484 549. CARBOHYDRATE DER I VAT I VF.S I fi TOBACCO AND IN SMOKE. /GERMAN/ $5491 WAHL, R. , TARAK-FORSCH. , 22,6i-4 /1957/ 05492 550. I DENT I F I CAT I ON AND SEPARAT I flN OF TR I QSEREDUCTONE, 95501 MESOXAE.DEHYDE AND NYDROXYPYRUV I C AC I D I?UR ING SUGAR 05502 DETERMI NAg 1 ANi I IV V I RG I tiI A T03ACC4S. IG£RMAli/ WAHL, R. , 05503 TABAK-FORSCFi. 19 42-5 /1957/ 0550~± 551. RECENT RI:.SEARC!-d 6N fOBACCO CHEMI STRY. /TURK I SH/ A1f,SU, S., 05511 TEKEL ENST, RA€'0RLAR1, 6,362-9, 7,135-k3 /1954/1956/ 05512 552. ARSEN I C CONTENTS OF TUR}C I SH TOBACCO AND C I GARET BLENDS, 05521 /TURK ISH/ AKSU, S. AND ENERCAIi, S. , TEK£L, ENST. RAPORLAR I, 05522 6, 295-9 /1954/ 05523 0 553. CNARACTCRISTICS OF THE CHEMICAL CONSTITUTION OF TURKISH 05531 TOBACCO. I. AEGEAN DISTRICT. /TURKiSH/ AKSU, S. AND 05532
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554. 555. 557. 558. EhiERCA#d, S.,1'EKEL ENST. RAPORLARI,6,256-61 /t954/ 05533 Ci3!#TR I BUT I t?di TO THE AtiALYS I S AND EVALUAT I 0€i OF C I GARETTES. 05541 /GLRj4AN/ KIRSCHNER, J. AND CADURO, E.,DEUT. LEBEtiSlriI''TEL- #5542 RUNDSCH.,52,1 i 1 /19'6/ 05543 TRANSFI:?RMAT I 0N OF N i COT I iiE I N THE LEAVES OF N I COT I AliA SPP. 05551 DURI NG AI R CURI NG , /GERKAN/ MULLER, R, ,DRESDEtf INST. 05552 TAB,AKFORSCH . BER. 4,/ll 103-10 11957/ , 05553 DCTEP,MI NA,T I 0€i OF AMA#t~'3 t A C6XTENTS FROM TOBACCO,£XTRAC3S BY 055 ; MI CRQD € FFUS I ON M£THt}I'3S.`H;€NG,ARI AN/ TOLN~~, P. , AGR{?iGEI`i. 05572 E.S TALATJAM,6,155-62 /15157/ ,r 05543 ~ C4~EM I C~tL CHANGES € N TOBACCO FER.~iENTECI SEAS0~IALLY AND EXTRA- #55 1 SEASONALLY. /SERBO-CROATIAN/ TICIC, V.,t3UVAN,,/,/12/, #5582 415-28 /1957/ 05583 COLORING MATTERS OF TOBACCO. /RUSSIAN/ IUMOSHEV, V.K.,TABAK, 45593 18,/3/,33-6 /I9J76 05592 QUALITY OF BiiLGARIAN AND Ft'JMANIAN CIGARETTES. /RUMAN€AN/ 05601 TRIFU, I., DUMITRESCU, M. HODEAN, I. RUMANIA INST. 05602 CERCET. ALIMENT. LUCRAR. 1 ,275-89 /I9~8/ 05603 F(3RMAT 1€}?~ OF AR{T~tAT 1 C 13t DRO6ARBOlIS AT H I GH. TEMPERATURES. I 9. ~5fst 1 cXAMI NAT I ON OF SCHROETER TAR. BADGER G.M. AND K€€'BER, ~, 12 R.W.L., CKEM. SOC. J., NO. 499 2A53-/+ f~~8/ ~, 13 ON THE CHLGROGEN I C AND CAFFE I C AC ID CONTENTS OF SOME I TAL I Ati 05621 TOBACCOS. A CCMPARIS4N BETWEEN TWO METHODS OF ANALYSIS. 05622 /ITALIAN/ GIUVANNOZZI-SERhIANHI, G.,RICERCA SCI.,28,/6/, 05623 1185-91 /1958/ 05624 563. ENZYMES OF BRIGIjT AND BURLEY TOBACCOS. BARRETT, R.E., JOURNAL 05631 AGR. FOOD CHEM.,5 /3/,2i0-4 /3957/ 056~2 564. FLAVONOIDS AND DEPSIDES OF THE GREEN TOBACCO LEAF. 1. RUTII'i #564t AND CHLOROGENIC ACID. DAWSON, R.F. AND WADA, E.,TOB. SCI., 05642 t /1i/,47-50 /i957/ 05643 565. SITE€~TERYL GLYCOSIDE IN TOBACCO. KtiANOLKAR V.R., PANSE, T.B.,05655 DIVEKAR, V.D.,INJIAN TQB.,6,/4/,t97 /4959/ 05652 566. PAPER CNROMATOGRAPN I C STUDY OF FLAVONO I DS OF THE POLYPHE.Nt}L 05661 FRACTION OF TOBACCO. /RUSSIA€d/ MIKHAILOV, M.K.,AKAD. 05662 NA,UK.SSSR,DaKL,108,/3/,511-3i+ /1956/ #5663 567, FLAVOR AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF TOBACCO. /RUSSIAN/ 05671 SHMUK, A.A.,PISHCHEPROMIZDAT., P. 7-23 /1953/ 0.56 2 568. TCGBACCQ ALKALOIDS. /R~JSs"IAN/ SHMUK, A.A.,PISHCHEPROF4:'~AT, 4t56~1 P. 23-73 /1953/ 05682 569. CONVERS I ON OF N I CflT I NE TO NORN I COt I NE I N CHERRY RED TOBACCO 05691 DURING FLUE-C=JRING. WADA, E.,TQB. SC1.,l,/28/,:4ES-19 05692 /1957/ 65693 574 810SYNTHI:SIS OF `'GOPGLPTIN AbfD C AFFEtC AClD IN NtCOT'IAtiA t itllz , ~57# ' CwEI'i AhD €upLS /tAtAi 1t130-116 /10C8/ a it2 TABArum oEiD W W 571, QLANTIiltTIVF. STUDIESeCF'fSCOfOLETIN IN C#6ARETfE SMOKE AND iE~~81 ~ TOBACCO. YANG, C.H., NAKAGAWA, Y,, WENDER, S.,J. ANALYT. $5712 ~ CIiEM.,3~i /12/,2~l~+i-~~+ /1958/ 915ri3 ~ 572. I NVI:ST I GAT IAS ON THE t3ETERM I NAT ION OF THE SMOK I NG VALUE OF 05721 ~ TOBACCOS AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS. ,'HUNGARIAN/ DEMECZKY, I`4., 0,72: Cp DOHANYKUTATO INTEZET. KOZLEM., 2, 11-17 /19581 05723 e~ ~ 573. INDOtEACE:TiC ACID IN TWO SPECIES OF N€COTIANA. KEFFORD, N.R. #57,31 AND H€:LMS. F. NATURE079 679 /1957/ 05732 F+ IN TOBACCO SMOKE. HAYNES C.M. AND PLEASANTS, S.W., fl~~42 VA. J. SCI. N,S.,9,/4l,4p1 /1958/ 0 #3 574. RAP I D SPLCTROPHOTOMLTRI C DETERM I NAT I ON OF TOTAL ALKAI„OI DS 575. C I GARETTE SMOKE. 1. DETErtMI NAT I t3N OF CERTAI N VAPOR CONSTITUENTS. IRBY, RsM. AND HARLOW, E.S.,TOB. SCI., f 057 € 05792
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3,52-6 /t 959/ 05753 576. SOME ASPCCYS OF THE MECHANISM OF THE HIGH TEMPERATURE 05761 PYROLYS ! S OF ARd?MAT I C AND AL I PHAT I C HYDROCARBONS. 05762 ~ LAM, J.,ACTA PATH. MICROB!£1L. SCAN1.,#5,/3l 237-42 /1959/ 05753 577. £PNEDR I NE C t GARETS. LGNDGREN G, AND kALL I N, 6,. ;SVENSK. 05771 FARM. T! DSKR. ,62 /34/,~9-12/1958P ~` 057~2 578. STUDY OF POLYPH€tit3LS~ I N T03ACC0 BY FI LTER Ps.~ER CHROFfATOGRAPHY 05761 IV. IDENTIFICATION OF KAEMPFEROL. /B~€LG~RIAN/ 05782 MIKHAILOV, M.K.,BULGAR. AKAD. NAUK. OOK.,11,/A/:291-4 05783 /1958/ 05784 579. I D£NT I F I CAT t ON OF KAEMPFEROL I N TOBACCO. /SULGAR I AN/ 05791 MIKHAILOV, M.K.,00KLADY. BIOCHEM. SEC.,122 /1/61,230-2 05792 1Ax 4D . NAUK. USSR DOK. ,122, l0b8-70//1958/ 05793 1 580. STUDY OF POLYPHENf}LS IN TOBACCO BY FILTER PAPER Ct9ROHATOGRAPHY 051 V I. EFFECT OF POLYPHENOLS I N TOBACCO ON REDlJCT ! ON 05802 CAPAC I TY OF I TS WATER EXTRACT. 18ULGARI AN/ ti3 XIIA! LQV, M.K.,05803 SI}LGAR. AKAD. NAt.K. DOK.,11,151,395-8 /1458/ 05804 581. SEPARAT I ON AND DETERM INAT I ON OF ORGANI C AC I OS I N TOBACCO 05811 BY FILTER PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY. /BULGkRlAN/ 05812 MIlCHAtL4V M.K. KHIM. INST. IZVEST. BULGAft. AlCAD. NAt1K 813 0; , , ~ , . 4,11-20 /1956/ 05814 N I COT INE, 05821 582. REPORT ON THE DETERM I NATI ON OF TO T AL ALKALO I DS , AND NORNICOTiNE IN TOBACCO. OGG, C.L., BATES, N.I'f., 05822 C®GBILL E., HARROW, L.S., PETERSEN, E.L.,J.A.O.A.C., 05823 ~a2,/2/,~~5-10 /19591 05824 583. PRODUCTS CAPABLE OF DECREASING THE T4XICITY OF TOBACCO 05831 SMOKE, AND THE TECHNIQUE FOR THEIR USE. lI1. EXAMPLES OF 115832 DETERMINATIONS OF SUBSTANCES CONTAINED IN TOBACCO SMOKE 05833 BY MEANS OF PAPER CfiROMATOGRAP4iY./ I TAL I AN/ 05834 MI LETT I, M., CHIMICA, 35 /10/, 589-94 /i 959/ 05835 5$4. RAPID SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF TOTAL NICOTINE 05841 ALKALU I DS I N TOBACCO SMOKE. Pl..EASAtiTS, S.4i., HAYNES, C.li,, Q58#2 HARROW, L.S.,J.A.U.A.C.,42,/2/,~524-7 /195g/ 05843 585. COMPARAT I VE KJELDAHL N! TROGEtd DfTERMI NAT I 0ldS I N TOBACCO. 05851 /GERMAN/ PYRIK!, C. AND MOLDENHAUER, K.,IiAHRUNG,2,476-92 i5852 /1958/ $5853 586. COMPOS I T I ON STtfi3 I ES ON TOBACCO. V. FREE AND COMB 3#tED 3-BETA- 95861 STEROLS OF FRESHLY HARYESTED, AGED OR FERMENTED TOBACCOS. 0,5862 STEDMAN, R. L. AND RUSAN!WSKX, 1~. , T0~3. SC I, 3~-7 /1959I 05863 587. NI CR~ISCOPY AND ELECTRON D I FFRACT 3 gN OF TOBACC6 ~MOKE. /FRF,tiCH/ 05871 TRILLAT, J.J „ CUZIN, J.L., TERTlAN, L., MtLHAKA, K., 05872 B. MI CROS. APPL., 8/31, b4-70 /f 958/ 0fi813 588. OX I t3AT I VE ti~ETERM! NAT I ON OF HUMECTANT ADD I T I VES I N TOBACCO. ~f58 ; WRIGHT H.E JR. AND £URTQN, W.W.,VA. J. SCi.,N.S. IAF3S1, 05882 6,/4t,161 /i455i 05883 589. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF JAPANESE TOBACCO LEAVES. Ili. 05391 /JAPANESE/ A!ClMAGA Y., ~lA~lAS4iI~fA, T., TAGUCHI, T., 05892 JAP. M43~i0P. CORP. C~NT. RES. INST. SCI. PAPERS, 101, 6-9 /1959/ 5~9~ 590. FREE AMINO ACIDS IN CIGARETTE SI`iQK~. i. /JAPANESE/ 05901 IZAWA, M,, KOBASHI Y., TAKl, M. JAP. MONOP. CORP. CENT. 05902 RES. INST. SCi, PAhRS 101 37-§ t1959/ 05903 591. FREE AMINO ACIDS IN CIGARtTTE Nt?lfE. I!. /JAPAkiESE/ 05911 IZAwA, M. AND TAKi M ,,JAP. Ftt1PlOP. CORP. CE,l~T, RES. INST. 05912 SC I. PAPERS, 101, 43~1+ /1959! ~ 05913 592. PliENOL I C COMPONENTS t N C I GAftETTE SMOKE. /JAPANESE/ 05921 I 2AWA, I~{. , KOBASI# i, Y., SA.KAGUCH #, S. ,~Pr. MONOP. CiE~+IT. #5322
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ri k_71'r'?- - 593. RES. INST. SCI. PAPERS, 101, 33-6 /1959/ 05923 AUT4XiDAT10ti OF CHLOROGE?tiC ACID. /JAPANESE/ KATAOKA, S., 05931 HAMASHIMA, T., TAGUCHI, T.,JAP. MONOP. CORP. CENT. RES. 05932 594. IHST , SC i. PAPERS, 101, 1-5 /19+'j9/ 05933 METHOD FOR THE t3ETERMII NAT I ON OF FLAVONO I OS IN TOBACCO. /GERMAN/ 05941 MiKLAELi3V, M.K., BULGAR. AKAD. NAUK. DOKLADY, 11 /6/; 05942 493-6 /1958/ 05943 595. PRODUCTS CAPABLE OF DECREASING THE TOXICITY OF TOBACCO 05951 SMOKE, AND THE TECHNIQUE FOR THEIR USE. i I. ~#cTHOi? FOR 05952 DETERMINING THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT AND ABSOPPTION CAPACITY. 05953 APPL I CAT 4 ON TO SOME C i GARETTE TYPES. / i TAeI Ai't/ MI LLETT I, 05954 m. , CHI MI CA 35 /,;;/, 333-40 /1959/ 05955 596. STUO i ES ON TR F.iSENx I AL OILS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. XVi I I. 95961 SYNTiiES 1 S OF GAMMA-PNYTAD I ENE DER I VAT I VE. /JAPANESE/ 05962 ONISHI, I., TOMITA, H., FUKUZUMI T., YAMAMtlT~1, K., TAKAHARA, H.,JAP, MONOP. CORP. C~NTRAL. RES. iNST. SCi. $596 PAPERS, +01 , 16-9 /1959/ 05965 597. STUDIES ON THE ESSENTIAL OILS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. XfX. $5971 INFRARED SPECTRA OF COLORED DERIVATIVES OF ALCOHOLS AND #5972 PHENOLS. JAPANESE/ ONI SHi , I., FUKUZUMI, T., TAKANARA, H., 95973 SHIOZAWA, '!.,JAP. MONOP, CORP. CENT. RES. INST. SCI. 059i4 PAPERS, 1~f1 , 20-4 /1959/ 059~5 598. PREPARATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FRACTION 059 1 il PROTEINS OF THE TOBACCO LEAF. PALMER, J.K.,PLANT. #59$2 PNYSIOl..,34 SUP. XIV.,AUG 30/SEPT. 2/ABS./ /1959/ 05983 599. I NCORPORAT I ON OF CARBON 14 INTO TOBACCO LEAVES W! T3i ;5991 PART I CULAR REFERENCE TO F(}LYPNENOLS. RE I D, Id.N., TOB. 05992 SC 1. , 3,109-12 /1959/ 05993 6$0. SEPARAT i 0N AND EST I MAT 1+?N OF TOBACCO ALKALO i DS BY PAPER 416001 CHROMATOGRAPHY. SINHA, A.,CUR. SCI.,2$,/5/,196-7 /1959/ 06#02 601. TAR AND NICOTINE CONTENT OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. /SWEDISH/ 0601; STABERG, E.M., NORD. HYG. TaDSKR. 40 71-88 /1959/ 06012 602. NEW MAJOR ELECT'RDPNORET I C COMPONENT 6F ~OLUBLE PROTE i N FROM V-E121 SUN LEAVES OF TOBACCO. ZUCKER, M.,PLANT. PHYSIOL., V.E'22 34 SUP. Xiil, AUG 30/SEPT. 2,/ABS/ /1959/ C 23 603. STUD I ES GN THE CNEMI CAt. CONST I TUENTS OF TOBACCO PLANT. I I. OL i1 DETERMINATION OF ChLOROGENIC ACID IN LEAF TOBACCO. /JAPANE,E/ AKAIKE, S. AND YAMODA, S.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. CW2 $6033 JAPAN J. ,33, /7/,663-6 /1959/ 06034 604. STUD i ES ON THE CHEi'i I CAI. CONST I TUENTS OF TOBACCO PLANT. I I i. 0€*11i"t CHANGES OF CNLORQGEN I C AC i D CONTENT DUR I NG FLUE-CURING 96OZ-1' OF TOBACCO LEAVES. /JAPANESE/ AKAIKE S. AND YAMf}i3A, S., 16f % AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN J.,33,/7.',667-7i /1959/ #"~4 605. STUDIES ON THE CHEMiCAL CONSTITUENTS OF TOBACCO PLANT. IV. t-605*1 ISOLATION OF MESii-INDSITOL FROM FRESH AND FLUE-CURED TOBACCO LEAVES. /.1ApANESE/ AKAIKE, S.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. 0"53 JAPAN J. , 33, 77/ 670-1 /1959/ 6~5~+ 606. DEACT 1 VAT i Q~ OF C 16ARET SMOKE AGA I NST ITS CARC I NOGEM d C 06961 AGENTS. GARCIA, E.Y., MAM13AHAN, M., liAZARI€?, T., ¢Er462 PMILIPPi~IE MED. ASSOC. J., 35, 11~+-8 /1959/ 06063 647. ARSEN I C CONT ENT OF COMMERC I AL TC38ACC0S. L i sSACK S. E. AND f"71 HUSTON, M.J., CAltAD.PHARMsJ., SCI.SECT., 92t89-90 /1959/ "72 5J$. STUDIES ON TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. /RUSSIAN/ ILIN G.S.,AKAD. 05$81 NAUK. SSSR IZV.SER. i:iIOL.,/2/ 206-14 /1950 11"82 609. DETERMI NAT i Oht OF PEROX t DASE I N 'f6B&CCO. /SPAkt SH/ OLLERO- 06591 GOMEZ, A. AND PANEQUE GUERRERO, A. , SPA 1N # NST .NAC. 06092 INVEST. AGRON., MADRID 8,, 19 /40/, 1-21 /1959/ 06993
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-_- 7 e E.7 .n ~ CHINESE TOBACCOS. II. ADDITIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 06101 ~ TOBACCOS AND THE C4RRELAT 3 QN BETWEEN CHEMi CAL COMPt}S + T IOhf 00,102 AW COMMERCIAL QUALITY. /GERMAN/ PYRIKI, C. AND 06103 DRESDEN. INST. TABAKFORSCH. BER,6,/1/, W.F. EiOMANN &6s04 , , 106-25 /1 9591 00105 PROBLEM OF tNTERMi TT EliT SM(JK f NG OF C I GARETTES. /GERMAN/ 06111 PYRiKi, C. AND MQLVERHAUER, w.,idAHRUteG,2,/2/,117-33 /1959/ 06112 STUDY OF PARAFF I PtS OF TOBACCO FRACT I GtiAT£S SY CrHRGMAT{}GRAf'NY. 06121 /FRENCN/ SAR8EZAT-UEBREtliL S.,FItANCE CE~i". NATL. RECH. 06122 ~ SCI. J. REC~i.,45,273-7 /195F~ ~/ 06123 COENZYME Q. X. SYNTHESIS OF COENZYME Q, 2;3/DIMcTt4YL-5- 061171 SCLAt{ESYLB£MZOQUI N(?NE /Q-254/, ~,NL' A VI TAMi H K ANALOG. 06132 SHUNK, C.H., ERlCKSQti, R.£., WflH°.,, £.L., FOLKERS, K., 06133 .I/1959/ 06134 CETERMi yAT ! ON OF PAP,T =CULATE MATTER I N CONCENTRATED AERUSOLS. APPL ICAT ItlN TO ANALYS i S OF C I GARETTE SMOKE. o63 43 06142 ~ WARTMAt;, w.B. JR., COGBILL, E.C., HARLOW, E.S., 061431 ANALYT. CHEM.,31 /10/,t70S--9 /1959/ 06144 FR{3BLEstS PERTAI N1 4G TO THE i DEN?' 1 F I CAT ! Oti OF SUGARS 1 id 4615, TOBACCO. /R'1SS : hN/ ASMAEV, P.G. AND MOKHNACHEV, [.G. , 06152 ;-~ KPASNC}DAR. INS?. PISHCH. PROMEPH. TRUDY.,/19/,3-6 p61 S; /195$/ 96I5b CIGARETTE SMOKE CONDENSATE. PREPARATION AND ROUTINE LABORATORY ESTIMATION. BENTLEY, H.R. AND BURGAIi, J.G., Wb, 06162 TOBACCO MANUF. STAN~}, CG?~4. RES. PAPERS. ,M4. 4, Lt1?~a9N 06163 , /1 }59/ #6t64 SPECIFIC PROCEDURE FOR THE UETERMlNATiRPd OF tdlCOffkz AND 06171 NORNICOTINE IN TOBACCO. GRIFFITH, R.B., ELLIS, J.H., 06,;2 TQB. CHEM. RES. CONF.,13TH,LEXINGTON, KTY., GROVE R. 06173 , , /S 959/ L I P1 DS OF TOBACCO AND T OE3ACC0 SMOKE. HELL 1 ER, D.N. AND 66174 06181 ~ W.W.,TOB. CHEM. RCS. CONF.,13TN, LEXINGTON, KY. REID 96182 , /1959/ 06183 CHLC'R I NF CQNT EPtT IN VAR I GJS PART S OF TOBACCO PL AP1T . 06191 /.'APANESw/ HONDA, N.,KYUSHU AGR. RES.,21,199-200 w+6I92 /1959/ 06193 ~ t EFFE;C Y OF POLYPHENOLS ON CHANGES i N THE COLOR OF TQBACCO, PfSNCEi INST R SNC£'AR 3 TlS?2 11 •96202 . . . A /ntsS:,;AN/ IUtiQSHEV, V.K., K PROMYSH. TRUDY., /19/, 23-39 /1958/ ?6203 LOW ri.MPF:RATURE CQL'JMPt CHROMATOGRAPHY OF TOBACCO ACIDS. C.H. AND QUINN, A.D.,TOB. CHEM. RES. CONF., .;AR3G>F 062,1 06?12 ~ , 13;Ft LEX3HGTON, KY. %1959/ 05213 , NQR-GX P dAT ! Vw THCR`iAL Cl EAVAGE OF N I Ct3T I N£-VOL A7 IL£ 06221 ~ ~ RES CHEM T48 AND ROSENE L J OE C H ' 06222 . . ., . , . . , PRODUCTS. , ARS LEXBPiGf(3N , KY. /1959/ CfirhF, 13TH f'622? ~ , SMOKING PROPERTIES OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS, AND W.+ 16731 0RGANOLEPTiC ASSAY AS A MEANS FOR DETERMINING THEM. 06.3? /$ULaAREA4/ KATPAROV, G.,BULGAR. TIUTIUN,4 /9/,4131-11 #5233 ~ ~ I19S9/ VALUAT ( ON OF C f GAR£TTE f 1 LTER £FF I C i ENCY BY PHQTi}FLUO- E 06234 062E1 4;~,i ~ . RC+ALTRY. MC CONNELL, kf.V., MUMPOWER, R.C., TOUEY, G.P., 06242 r09. CHEM. RES. COHF. 13TH,c.£.XIHGTUtt, KY. /1959d *6243 t}ETERMINAI(GS OF CARCINOGENIC HYDROCARBONS IN TOBACCO 96251 ~ SSt7KE. /GERMAN/ PIETZSCH, A.,PHARMAZIE,14 /8f,A66-13 06252 ~ ~..: .. ~ _~
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L ~- .'._! „V •-'~j'~•4.~+Cr'~s- ~ •-~~ 3.a 'Y"97 L..:.... E e I I I I I I I 11959/ 062 3 626. AI?SCRPT I VE EFFECTS OF E' I LTE,R C I GAr~ETTES ON ~'LUORESC I#~G t62~T .SttSSTANC'ES IN SMOKE AND THE BEHAViC}R OF THESE $6262 SUBSTANCES ON EXPOSURE TO L I GHT. 11. /GERKAtd/ 06263 PYRIKI, C. AND MOLDENHAUER, W.,PHARM. ZENTHALLE,98 /9/, 136264 503-3 2 /? 959/ "265 627. STEROLS IN GREEN TObACCO LEAF, CARRUTHERS, W. AND 06271 PLIMM~R, i. R., CHEM. AND INDUS., 2, Ia8-9 /1959/ 06212 628. AtiALYT I CAL RESEARCH (?N TOBACCO BY CHROMATOGRAPHY OF TI'E 062~1 GAS PHASE. I. A FEW GAS SUBSTANCES ;M TOBACC4 SMOKE. 06282 /FRENC'H/ CARUGNO, N. AND GIOVANNOZZ!-SERMA4I'iI, G, ~b6283 INTERNATL. TC~B. SCl. CC?tiG.,2ND,8Rl1SSELS, 1 8. PAPERi 06284 d N0. 31,1-9 06285 629. ANALYTICAL RESEARCH ON TOBACCO BY CHRtTMAT&GPAPHY OF THE 06?9T GAS PHASE. I. A FEW GAS SUBSTANCES IN TOBACCO SMOKE. $6292 / i TAL I AN/ CARUGbIO, ##. AND G I OVAtlIiOZZ I-SERMANii I, G., 06293 TABACCO,62 /688/,255-64 /1958/ 06294 63!!. C(kMPAS I T I Q'. STt1i3 I ES 04 TOBACCO. I V. FRGOSTEPCGL GAMMA- 06301 S I TOSTERtIL , AND A PART I ALLY CHARACTER I ZED SfERO IgAL "3$E GLYCOS I i) E FROM FLUE-CURED LEAVES. DYM I C'KY ,M. AND 0303 STEDMAN, R.L.,TOB. SCI.,3,4-8 /1959/ 06304 631. RUTIN IN TOBACCO GROWN IN A GREENHOUSE. FERGUSON, T.P. 06311 AND WE'AV .:!!G , A. S. NATURE,183 /A633 / 64 / 1959/ 06312 632. METHOD FOR DETERM I NAfI 0N OF CHLORtlGENI~ AC I I1 AND CAFFE I C 06321 AC I D BY MEANS OF PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY. / I TAL I AN/ 06322 GIOVA41N0ZZ!-SERMPcNNI, G.,RICERCA. SCI.,28 /9l,1871-3 06323 /1958/ f6324 633. ANALYTICAL RESE;FtCH ON TQSACC4 BY CHROMATOGRAPHY OF THE f11633= GAS PHASE. I i R EFF'EC r OF EERMFNTAT t 4N ON GAS SUBSTANCES $6332 IN SMCI3CE., STht3 i ED ON KENTUCKY TOeACCO. / I TAL I AN/ a6333 GIOVANNOZZI-SERMANNI, G. AND CARUGNO, N.,TABACCO,62 $6334 /688/,265-8 /1958/ f6335 634. 8U f LOUP AND ;,ONVERS I t}N OF ALICALOI DS Wt TH I N THE TOBACCO 06341 LEAF. : EFF'REY, R. Pd. , C IGAR MANUF. ASSOC. RESEARCH 06342 SEMINAR, WASH., fl.C. /1958/ t'-&3k3 635. EFFECT OF Ni TIttBGE~1 SUPPLY ON THE ACCUI~tlLAT I ON OF Ai I COT I tdE t363~ ~ I N TOBACCO PLAWTS./RUS, I AI'F/ MASHKOVTSEV, M. F. A."i0 !l6552 x,ORZHIlI-;, A.N.,AGROBtOLOGE;A,6 :'114/,84-92 .'1}58/ 063 ~? 636. ENZYMI C OX I DAT I4N OF TOBAC'CO POLYPHENOLS. IR4tS S I A''d1 0636: MsKHAILGV, M.K.,AKAO. NA"K. S.S,S.R. DOKLAGY,121, I1k6362 S11-i4 /1958r -W63 637. EXAMI NAT ; 0!i OF NYGROXY pER I VAT I VES OF C I NtiAM I C AC I(3 I N #63? f TOBACCO BY PAf'i:R CHR0MATCIGRAPH't ,/RUSS I A4r' MI KHAI LOV, $63,': bl.K.,A~:kD. NAUK. SSSF..DOKLAOY,121,331l-3 /1958/ f63 3 638. RlJT IN. IV. RE~'EREPICE STANDARD OF Rf1T I~t IN THE .IAPA~iESE 063~1 PHARMA('CPE:IA. NAGASAWA, K., ICA.SHIMA, T., TSUCHIYA, M., 06382 TOKYO NATL. HYG. LAB. I3.,75,107-12 /1957! iL6383 639. DEyEFtMINATI0t1 OF CALCIUM IN TOBACCO. COMFLEXOMETRIC 0639: VALt1AT ION WI TH EpTA. /SPANI SH/ CLL ERO-GC3M€Z A. ?940 CORTES $6392 MUNQ?, V.,INS=. NAC. INVEST. AGRON. 9.,18 /361,270-93 06393 /1 958/ ff'i394 64s. CI# I NESE TClBACCCS. !. SOLUBLE (.ARBOH'tORATES„ /GERM.AN/ 0640, pI•.i'~PYR~~1K4, C. AND ~HGHAN~d, i~.,ORESDEtd INST. TABA~.I`'ORSCM. 4~6`~'~~_i S3~ . 5 /2/,36~.3"'i71 /1958/ ~i3~s 641. COMPARAfI VE PAPER Ct{ROMATOGR4PId I C AND RE(1UCTOIrtETR I C 1-61*1 1 I NVEST I GA" I ONS OF SACCt{AR I E?ES I N FERMENTED TOBACCO WI TI•i ffifil 2 SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE OCCURRENCE OF MALTOSE. !G€'RAAN/ #6413 0 w ; 'a°
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~rY~ I ~=y @ ~`:_.~"~ ~ ~ y~ sxt ~ x __ ~~~fT z ~ `..' 3 P`s'R I K€, C. ,MUL! ER R. ,t~RESt#E~i I NST . T ABAKF~DRSC€i. BER., M~tt ~+ 5 /2I,382-91 /1~6/ 16-64415 642. StkML ASPECTS OF TOBACCO CHEMISTRY. STEDMAN, R.L.,CIGAR 06421 MANUF. ASSOC. RES. SEMINAR, WASH, D.C. /1'_5B/ 66422 643. M I CftC38 I AL DEGRADAT I hN OF N I C4T I I'tE AND NI CGT `N€ C AC ID. 3. e61631 I StILAj I flN OF N I Ct#T I hIE-DECWPt3S €NG BACT£R i A AND THE I R 55432 MOitPHOLflG t CAL AND PF#YS i 0? OG i CAL PIaGPERT i ES . TABUCHI, T., #$433 AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN ,f.,28,306-l0 /1954/ 96434 644. MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF NICOTINE AND NICaTINIC ACID. II. 06441 REGRADAT I(3N OF NICOT € NE. I! I. QEGR1!-I3AT I UN OF N I C£} i; NE. 06442 TABUCHI, T.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN J.,29=219-25 fI955/ 06443 645. IDENT I F I CAT I QN OF KAEMPFEROL I tt TOBACCO. /RUS3 I AN/ 06451 MIKHAILOV, M.K.,A'KAO. NAUK. U.S.S.R. DOK. a22,106$-70 06452 /1958/ /a 0645 3 645. St?l4 TH AFR I CAN TOSACCGS. I I 3. PART € AL CHEMTCAL C4tiPOS I T I ON OF $6461 VARIOUS TOBACCO TYPES ACCi1RGING TO I''AAKET VALUE. 06462 PEARSE, rl.L, AND MARKANTONATOS, A.M.,SO, AFRICAN J. AGR. 1&46 SCI.,1 /3/,315-26 /1958/ 0646~ 547. CONVERS I ON GP THE CHE:"i I CAL COMPC}S I T I ON OF TGSACCfl BY N I GH 06471 TEMPERATURE DRYING. /RUSSIAN/ PETRENKO, A.J. AND NALIVKO, 06472 G.V.,VSESOIUZN. MAUCH.-ISSLEQ. INST. TAB. MAKHORKI A.I. 06473 MIKOIANA SB4RN.,150,233-45 i#95$/ 05474 648. CHANGES OF CNEIvS I CAL COMPGS I T€ ON AND PRQPERT I ES OF 064b: I'U'M4RSK I I TOBACCO I NFERMENTAT I ON. /RUSS I AN/ PETRENKO, A..! . QIS4$2 AND D I ACKK € N, €. I., I 2Y Q VYSSK. UCtiEB. ZAYED. P I SI~ICH . e54$3 TEKhNOL., 2, 54-8 /1 95S/ 06484 649. FLAVOR EVA! t)AT i ON OF TOBACCO AND OF C€ GARETTES. tSER80- iI€649I CRCAT I AN/ SOZ0N€3VI C, N. ,DUYAN,8 /4-51,139-4$ /1 95$/ 9649? 650. TAR AND N I COT €NE CONTENT OF C I GARETTES ./SULGAR I Ah9 C i GARETTES 06501 ARE LEAST HARMFUL.//BULGARIAN/ TRIFU, I.S. AND 06552 DUMI TRESKt3, M. ,EiULGAR. TI UT I UN -3 /7 2/,''j20-5 /d 95E/ 0650° 651. STUDY OF CERTAIN BLUE-PLUORESCttiT POLY¢HEI'tflLS IN TOeACCO #651: LEAVES, FLOWERS, AND CIGARETTE SMOKE. YANG C.H. UNIV. "512 MiCH. MICROFILMS,L.C. CARD. l1Q. MIC. 58-3884 /~9'56/ 06513 652. CHROMATOGRAPHI C DETERM INAT I t3N OF ORGAN € C AC 1 DS IN MAtCHORKA. tt65 2` /RUSS€AN/ t3€1hCKKIH, i.€.,VSESQ€UX.N NAUCH.-ISSLED. INST. DbS22 TAS.MAKH(}RK € A. I. MI K4I AltA B. NAUCH- I SSLE€? € F:Et7RI`4. , $6523 f4/ 23-4 /t 358/ 06524 653. STUDY 6f ARSENIC IN REGULAR-SIZED U?iF€LTEFtLD AND FILTERED 0653, C IGARETTES . HOLLAND, R.€i„ W1 LSON, R.H., ACEVEDO, A. R., 0&532 k CALL, M.i'., CLARK, D.A., LANZ, H.C,,CANCSR,iI /6I, 0653~ t 1 d5-9 /t 958/ 116534 654. DETERMINATION OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SALTS 1!i HEALTHY AND a3f,S41 ZV Y I RUS X-D I SEASED Tf1BA"CQ LEAVES BY MEANS OF COHt1LtCTOt#ETRY. 466542 O /GERMAN/ KOZOWSKA, A.,ACTA M: CRt?BI Cif.,. POLQN.,1 /1l,5t•-54 W43 C7Z /195$/ f,&6 54 h rn 655. CHEh4I CAL CS3MPQS I T I QN CHARACTERS OF TURK I SH TOBACCOS. I i i. 66,551 I~. MARNARR D I STR I CT AND AHC?€.1NT S )F N I COT INE 00 TAR i N THE t655 2~ SMOKES OF C I GARET TLS MADE OF BLENDED AND SOME. i NJ i Y iDUAL, ~552 ~ TURKISH T4BACCQS. /TURKtSt~/ AKSU, S. AliO EI`iERCA#€, S., ~ INHISARLAR ENST. RAP, 7 /2/~Y$"~-215 /99'58/ #fs555 ~ 656. SEPARAT I O?i AND DET~RMI NAfIO}t {1F TOBACCO ALKALG iDS 6Y COUNTER- 0f+561 Ct3RRENT DISTRIBUTION. /ITAL€A'i/ B€GLINO, G.,!`NN. CHtM«, !!6562 ~ 49 1294-1304 /1959/ 06563 657. TRIACItT€N t.GMTENT OF CIGARETTE Fi€.TERS. B9LL, M.E.. vILCiNS. *6571 658. STU~'~'URESQLU~3LE.CA~~o~r~oRnTC~4IN6V8I€~GI~ TOBACCOS AND QF' ~5~~ 11 0 KA u
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0 Fl I I I I I I .,. ~,...~ .~. _~~-; --° .~.~ ,- TH£ 1 NFLt7EtiCE OF NQNOSACCNAR 4 DES ON TOBACCO QUALi T f. /FRENCH/ PYRIKI C. IAiTERNATL. SC1. TOB. CONG. 2ND, BRUSSELS PRQC.,9€s3-6 /1 ~'a$/ 659. OCCURRENCE 6F Pt7LYCYCL t C HY1?ROCAIRBC?!tS ! Pt C# GARETTE SMOKE. i. TEMPERATURES i P€ THE BURN ZONE. /GERMA.N/ P1'R 6 K I, C. AND Mtfi.l.ER, R.,#}RESDEN INST. TABFORSCH. BER.,6 /2/,231--L4 f 1 95}/ 660. N 1 COT tNE TRANSFER t3UR tNG WATER VAPOR fl 1 ST ! LLAT ION OF TOBACCO 4rJI TH VAR fOI1S ALKALd Z# NG AGENTS WE TFi SPEC f AL REFERcNCE TO QXYNiCOTSN`. 1GERMAN/ €'YRIKt, C. AND R!CNT£R, K., DRESDEN INST. TARFORSCH.BER, 6 /2/ 241-64 l1954/ 661. TWO NEW Ct#EMi C4-ANALYT # CA1. t HDI(!ES F{3A TOBACCO QUAL I F i CAT 9 t?N, /BtSi.GAPi6 A!!/ Mt F,HAi LG1i, M.K, BULGAR. AKAD. NAUK. D£3K., , 2 /4/,313-6 /1 9-59/ 662. ON THE SpEC 1 F# C t TY OF TOBACCO PCLYOFENt?L-OX I GkSE, T(}WARDS Stk35TRATC. /BIILGARtAR/ MIKHAILOV, M.K.,BULGAR. AJKAU. NAt3K, DOK.,1 2 /4/, 337~40 /1 959/ ,.~' 663. CHEMISTRY OF TOBACCO. /JAPl~tESE/ Q~!! SH I,.~: ,KAGAlCU /CHcM[ aTRY/,1k,f$6-10, 308-18 /1959/ 664. GENET 4 CALI.Y QETERMi tiE4? TUMORS AND THE FREE AMINO AC tD CONTENT IN N3CGT1ANA. /GERMAN/ A.'iDERS, F. AND YESTLR, F., CXFERIENTiA,16 /2f,65--7 /1M / 665. DETEftMINAT tt3N OF CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM IN T£?eACCCI WITHOUT PRIOR MtRERALi2AT1t)N. /SPANISH/ BORBOLLA Y ALCALA, J.M.R. DE LA, CORTES MUNOZ, V.,SERV. NAC. CULT. FERMENT. TAB. ESTUD. EXPER.,? /1/,267-7# /1959/ 666. MPARAT i 4R OF PURE PdE3RN i C4T 1 NE D IPICRATE AND THE PROBLEM OF OPT # CAC i SOMERS OF TOBACCO. /FRENC3i/ PYR 1 K i, C. ,REY. 667. s NTERNATL. TAB.,34 /314/,79, 81, 83-4 /1 959/ SOME PHYS t Ct3-CHEMi CAL PROPERT f ES OF TOBACCQ. BROCK B.A. AND SA.f~`IELC, M.,AMER. C3~EM. SOC. VA. SECT, B.,39 /9/,212 /1959/ 668. ON GUSSEVS METHOD OF DETERMt tlAT f ON OF CtiLQRt}GEM1 C AC 6 i+ i R TOBACCO. i. /8€JLCAR6AN/ M)KH/iflGY, M.K.,BULGAR AXAD. NAUK. DOK.,12 f5{,411--4 /1959/ 669. CORRELATION BETWEEN TOTAL POTASSIUM CONTENT OF TOBACCO LEAF AND EXCHANGEABLE OR AVAl LABLE SJ! LPt3TAS$ f UM. /FRENCH/ CHt?UTEAU, J. AND R;:RIER, A.,BERGE+'1AC. iNST, EXPT. TAB. ANN,,3 /2/,277-38 /1959/ 670. OCCURRENCE GF PUTRESC I tiE 1 td THE TOBACCO PLANT W1 TH SP€:C i Al. RErERENCE TO THE HUTf? I ENT pEF 1 CIENGY. /JAPANESE/ TQ_KA.~iASHt T. AND YOSHIDA, D.,J. SC1. SOIL MAt+~.3RE, 31 /1/, 3;-41 /1 ~/ 671. CHRE?MATOGRAPN i C S Tt3DY OF THE VAR t AT i Ott OF FREE AMi tt0 AC t DS ., IN TOBACCO DURING AIR DURING. /FRENCH/ VIART, M.P BERGERAC. I NST. EXAT. TAB. Ai~ti., 3 /2/, 2?5-$5 /1 3~~/ 672. Df FFEftENCES I H POTASS i t1M, N i TRQG£N, AND TOTAL ALKALOID CONCENTRAT ION OF TEN BURLEY TOBACCO YAR f£T "s ES. BORTNER, C.E., WALLACE, A.M., HAMILTON, J.L.,TOB. SC3.,4,150T5 /1960/ 673. ALKALOIDS IN NiC{3TiANA. (/'~-`:]6.3A°PA~iESE! t!~lAi, S.,HATANO T43, EX{~3! 1T. { .?TY1, 8.,/(&4I,1q ~.76 /1959/ 674. CNEMi CAL CQMf't3S t T I GN OF TOBACCO LEAVES AND 3 TS i tiFt.U£NCE ON TNE GRADE OBTAINED ON FLUE-CUR3Nf,, SASTRY A.t,. Atr{? S; 1'APATHI , P.,J. SCI . It~OCtS. RCS .,S8A ~+72-~ /1959/ 675. ARSF~IiC CONTENT OF SMt7K#~tG PRt)#?UCTS. /RUiSIAN/ SNAKNAtQYSKi !, L.N= AND FILIPCHUK, G.M., TABAK, 21 f11, 45-6 /t996$l , ~ :~- 0;82~} ¢Y5M ~ 06591 f6592 06593 " 1 10660 2 06603 ~~ ~ 06612 06613 06621 06622 ~5 ~ ~3 ; 06632 e-664t 06642 06643 06651 06652 06653 06654 06661 "&b2 9663 06671 4 6 b72 ~~~jfi 06682 06883 0£s-691 06692 9693 ~'s694 f6 7111 06-32 ~~~4 !!£s7 i i 06712 ok ~ 13 067 21 06722 06723 0724 06731 06732 0 6 74' #5742 ~~.751 06752 .~:...~ ~ =~--~- A
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t e Y a- -. ~:~ qs. a. w ~ ' . .iF x a ~ - Nr-~fd ~ M L. _ab -- .~~ ~: 676. RELA'r I GN BETWEEN MO'. STtlRE CAPAC I TY AND THE CARB{3HYpRATE' 55761 CONTENT OF TOBACCO. /RUSSIAN/ ASMAEV, P.Gr, TMCHENIlCOV, 06762 ().v.,TABAK,32 /3l,39-4t /!951/ 06763 678. 6ET ER`r!I NAT ION OF SEY I t# RES I Ilt3ES t3li GREEN AND FLUE-CURED 067g1 TOBACCO AND IN MAINSTREAM CIGARETTE SMGKE, BOWERY T.G. 06782 AND Gt'TNRIE, F.E.,TE38. CHEM. RES. CONr. t4TH,'adINST6hh 06783 677. PALYtiL'CL+ AR P"t3RflCA.RBGNS i M TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. $fi77 11 I I I. I NHI B I T i£tN OF THE 3,4-BEPtZGPYRENE I N C I GARETTE SMOKE. 66772 f1~~Y, H.R. AND BURGA~i, J.G.,ANALYST.,8S /1015/,727-3# ~g77~ ~ SALEM, N.C. 1196$ l $6784 679. C()A4Pt}S I T I GN STUi? I ES ON TOBACCO. X I. STEDMAN, R. L. 067 9~, 79~ ~ 'o ' ~ e , ' t 1 e SWAIN, A.P., RUSANIWSICYJ, W. BENDORAITIS, J.G.,farfER. J. 06792 OF PH.~.,132 /5/,165-77 /~~0/ 86 93 580. Qt,~A!iT I TAT I YE F ST I M~'tT I GN OF CARBONYLS I N Tf~BACCt3. f STEPHE~tS, ~~1 R.L., HOUSER, P.L., WEYBREW, J.A., T08. CHE~f. RES. CGNF. 06802 Z4TI4,wINSTON SALEM, N,C. /1960/ ~f "80 3 681. SOME GSaERVAT I t}i`!S I N ANALYT I CAL QUAL i TY DET-ERM: NAT I f3td OF SwI SS 06811 TOBACCO. /GERMAN/ GROB, K.,BEITR. Z. TABFORSCH.,/1/,15-18 66812 1961/ CNEMISTIiY ON THE TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. !!. ISOLATION OF 06813 682. PNYTQ t?-FQRM PRERQM I ttANT i~fORN I CC9T I ME FROM THE ROOTS OF 0-682 2 NICOTIANA TABACIJM L. /GERMAN/ KISAKI T., TAMAKI, E., 06823 HATURWI SSENSC4iAFTEN,L7 /23/,540-t /194$ #6824 683. STllt} I ES OH THE CHEMI CA€. CflNST I Tt1ENTS OF THE CHERRY RED TOBACCO o5833 PLANT. I. ALr.pLL1IDS. /JAPANESE/ MATSUYAHA, S. AND 06832 ISHITOYA, K.,.3. AGR. CHEM. SOC. OF JAPAN, 3~+ /8/, ~-6833 659-61 /19€~I "834 684. S Ti1D I ES ON THE CH€M I CAL Ct?NST I TUE!dTS OF THE CHERRY RED 06841 TOBACCO PLANT. Q I. CHL OR(JGEi~IIC ACID AND POLYPM£NULi3XiDASE. 16842 ~ ~ /JAPANESE/ MATSUYAMA S. AND ISHITOYA, K.,J, AGR. CHEM SOC. OF JAPAr1,34 /8/,162-5 /1960I ~~~1 685. EXTRACT ION OF TOBACCO BY SOME ORGAN I C SOLVENTS AND CONSEQUENCES ON CHEMI CAL CGMP~3S I T I OM OF THE SMaiCE. /FRE~fCIil 2 'Mt3~J#~~.0~, J.C., BONNET, J., !lEUKCi~, S.,ONCCILQGIA,t3,271-8 ~6854 fi86~ ON THE C4M9US ;I ON OF tIRGAN I C MAT ER I AL AND (}R I G I N OF 216861 CARCINCCENIC SUBSTANCES IN TOBACCO SMOKE AND IN FOOD. 06862 /FREi~iCt',r NEUKOMM, S a AND BONNET, J. ,QNCOLGf ! A,13,265-71 f6863 / l 960/ 06864 687. CONTR I 6UTI(IN TO THE STUDY OF THE CONTENT ©I' CIARBOkYL 06$7t SUBSTANCES OF A N4N-CARBC4Yt}I?ATE CHARACTER IN TOBACCO. o6872 /RE.4SS f AN/ ASMAEV, P.G. AND MOKHNACHEV, I, G•, TABAK, P6841 21 /3I,35-9 /1960/ 06S'y 688. I?ET ERM! NAT 1 ON OF CA; C IUM I H TOBACCO. CONNORS, W.Fi. AND $6881 ~ HESS, EfH,,Tf)8• SCI •,5,21-4 /1961/ 6#i882 G CFt 689s Pi'YTt}CHrM I CAL S TUp ! ES ON THE TOBACCO A1.KALt} I t}S s: s C1P T I CAL #6891 ROTATORY POWER OF NORNI CGT I NE. KI SAICI , e. AND TAPtAKI, E., 0689? ~Ts ARCH. OF BIOCHEM.+ BIOPHYS.,92 /2f,351-5 /i9611 06893 i~ O QCCU€?R I NG I N TQBACCO SMC3KE BY THE CEC . ETHY[.f.~€EBISGf THiQC1lRBAh1AtE. /ITALIAN/ CfiR43GPt4, ~#«, 694~ . M£LA~iQ I D I i~ COMPOUNDS I N TGBACC(~. /8Ul.GAR I AN/ I YA~tQY, !~. , ii} BULGAR, T I UT I S1~4,6 /1/ 2?--32 /t 96t / . ~ ~ 691. METHOD FOR THE QUANtiTATIY SERIAL EXTRACTIGN OF TOBACCO MORRIS, R.M., WICKHAM, J.E. JR., HOLMES, .~.C.,TOB, SCI., 5,36-8 /19I;i1 / ~ 692. ST~.~€~Y AND CETER~iINATIQ~t IN TOBACCO SMOKE Qr SUBSTANCES ~ Oo ~tP4SITICtN QF ZING q22 v =-.~-- 06923
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I I I I TABACC0,65 /699/,238--44 /1 906t / 06924 693. SOME ASPECTS OF TOBACCO SMOKE. /FRENCH/ FAVREAU, P.,REV. 06931 INTERNATL. 4?. PROD. TROP. ET €3U MATER. TROP., 35 I372/, 0932 181 , 191 / l90I 0933 69#. STUD ! ES ON Ti4£ ESSENT i AL 0 t LS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. X 1 i i. BAS i C 06941 FRACT I ON /i /. ONtSNI, 1. AND YAMASAKI, K.,AGR. CHEM. SOC. 06942 OF ~APAN B . , 21 /3l,177-80 I19'97! 06943 695. DETERP4;NATiON OF HYGROSCOPIC AGENTS iN TOBACCO PRODUCTS. 06951 /GERMAN/ PUSCHMANN, H. AND Mi LLER, J.C., Z. F. 06%Z Li8ENSMITTEL UNTERSUCH UNO i~'GRSCH., 114 /4/, 297-301 06953 06954 696. t3ET~R~h'AT i ON OF I NSECT I C i CE RES ! DUES ON GREEN AND FLUE- 96961 CURED TOBACCO AND IN MA;NSTRE&M CIGARETTE SMOKE. i. 06962 GUT~?ICN RESIDUES. 11. SEVIN RESIDUES. BOWERY T.G. AND AND F000 CHEM ITrRiE OF AGR 9A/ G' F E J 193-7 06964 0696 ., . . , ., . . ! /1961/ / 06965 697. EE.UT I tJ!t COLUMN PREPARAT i ON OF LEAF SAMPLE F~R FLAME IV6971 PHOTOMETRY. 1. DETERMINATION OF POTASV`0i•S IN TOBACCO. 06972 DOBBINS, ,3.T*, JRr,J.A.O.A.C.,44 /2f,360-6 /1961/ 06973 698. STUDIES ON THE CARBOHYDRATES OF TOBACCO PLANT. IV. LEAF 06981 STARCH OF YELLOW TOBACCO. /JAPANESE/ ht! ZUliO, T. , 06982 KATO, K.,FUJITA, T., KINPYO, T.,iWATA, JAPAN. SHIZUOKA 06983 U. FAC. OF AGR. B., 10, 103-7 /I$#/ 06984 699. PATTERN OF OiSTRIBUT'rC}h OF CHL;rliCAL CONSTITUENTS !N FLUE- 06991 CURED VIRGINIA TOBACCO LEAF. SASTRY, A.S., 06992 RAJ4A.KRiSHNAYYA, B.V.,NEW PMYTOL.,6f /1/,60-2 /1961/ 0699? 700. C3~E~SI CAL I~aV'EST 1 GAT i t}NS OF THE TOBACCO PLANT. X i. $7": COMPOS t T I ON OF THE GREEN LEAF I I't RELAT I ON TO POS I T i 0N ON 07"2 THE STALK. VICKERY, H.B.,NEW HAVEN, COtiN.,AGR. EXPT. STA. 0;003 B.,NO. 640 /198I / 07084 701. QUANT I TAT I VE AND QUAL I TAT I VE CHANGES OF THE TOBACCO ALKALO Ii3S 07011 DURING VEGETATION AND FLUE-CUi2tNG. /JAPANESE/ ARAI, K., 07012 iHiUA, M., KISAKI, T., TAMAKS E.,JAPAl3 I~t3NOP, CORP. ~ ~ E P ~ $7#l~ 702. BETWEEN. EXTERNAL R€LATi ONSHIP TflBACCO CHA~AC TER~S~ICS OF 07021 LEAVES AND TI^tE i R CHEMi CAL AND SMO!C i t#G PROPERT 1 ES. $70?2 /BULGAR I AN/ BODUROV, Q. ,BULGAR.. T I UT I UN,6 /6/ 3E}-44 /i'9~fsl / 07023 703. DFTER"4I NAT I JN OF AC i OS FROM TOBACCO SMOKE BY POTNT i OMETR:C 07031 TITRATION IN A NON-AQUEOUS MEDIUM. /RUSS4AN/ 13032 F i L I N-KOLt1AlcCV, B. V. AND POPOVA, L. P. , I 2V. VYS. tlCNEB. 07033 ZAV. PISHCH. TEKH.,/5/,165-9 11%$/ 07034 704. RETENTION OF SMOKE COMPONENTS C11~'iiN~'i CiGARETTf. SMOKiNG. 9 0imi /GERMAN/ PIETZSCH, A.,PHARMAZIE,16 /4/,217-22 /1961/ V042 705 CONTENT I N TOBACCO OF NON-CARBOHYDRATE CARBONYL ~"f5 t . SUBSTANCES. /RUSS I AN/ ASMAEV, P.G, AND MOKNNACMEV, 1,G. ,.fil; 1152 rABAK, 21 /31,35-39 /l960/ 07053 706. CNR0MATOGRAPH. C VAPOR PHASE AidALYS I S OF TOBACCO 0( LS AND 11?061 PREL IMI NARY OBSERVl,T { ONS ON THE CYTOLOG i CAL AC T 1 V I TY OF 0; 06? SOME OF TN€ i R COMPONENTS. / i TAL I AN/ CARUGNO, N., 0Ii63 G i OVANNOZZ t-SLRMANNi G., AND Nt TTMER, G., TABACCO, #7#64 65 /699/, 219-28 /141 / 07#65 707. PATTERN OF PROTEIN SIMPLIFICATION DURING FLUE-CURING OF 47071 708. TOBI%CCO. CHANG, A.1' ~M`:S. THESIS, RALEIGH, t~,C. STATE CC~L.,471f72 E?EPT. OF CHEMI STRY /i ~si / 9703 METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF 3,4-BENZPYR£Y~E IN TO~ACCO 417#~t SMOKE CONDENSATES. /GERMAN/ GRIMMER, G.,BEITR. Z. 07082 ?'ABFORSCi'4.,/3/,t07-ib li96l/ 07083
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I I I I I I -~; --- -.-~,:< " ~;s 709. QUEST I t3P# OF CARC I Nt}GENI C SUBSTANCES I N TOBACCO SMOKE AND 0i0}1 POSSIBILITIES FOR REDUCING THEM. /GERMAN/ PYRIKI, C., 87092 PHARM. ZENTHALLE,1" /5/,213-21 /1361 / 07093 710. CONTENT OF ARSEN'. C i N BULGAR I AN C I GARETT ES, /Bt3LGAR I AIi/ 07101 ALEKSANDROV, K.,SUVR. MED . 1 2 /2/,105-8 /19~61 / 47102 711. ARSENIC CONTENT IN THE TOBACC~3 OF BULGARIAN CIGARETTES. ~47111 /SULGARIAN/ ALEKSANOROV, K., BULGAR,AKAD.NAUK.DOKLAL3Y, 07112 14 /5/ 539-42 /1 961 / 97113 712. MOISTURE 6F TOBACCO LEAVES. /RL'SSIAN/ ASMAEV, P.G. AND 07121 TRUBNlKOV, V.F.,TABAK,/4/,27-9 /1960/ 07122 713. STUD I ES OR THE CHEMI STRY OF TOBACCO. /RUSS I AN/ I I. I hI, G.S., 07131 TABAK,21 /4/,3i-2 /196f/ 671.32 714. ON CHANGf S I N F'L.AVONO I D COMPOS I T I ON OF FRESH TOBACCO DUR I t#G $ f 1 A 1 htANIPt}LATiON, /BULGARIAA#/ M€KHA€LOV M.K. AND IVANOV, N.G,,07142 BULGAR. AKAD. NAUK. D01:. ,1 4 /4/ 357-94 /1 961 / 071 43 715. ALKALOIDS AND ShOKI ifG QUAL I TY OF T68ACC0. MONK, R.J., 07151 CAWTHRON INST. ANNU. RPT. 1959-6f,PP. 34-5 /1%0/ $71•~2 716. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS 6N SOME INDIGENOU~T03ACC0 07161 QUALIT€ES. /RJKANEAN/ POPPER, E., €ONESN, A., JUN€E, V., 07162 ROMAN, L,, MOTIU, T., PA€U, E., INDUS. s~LIMENT.-PRGf?, VEG., 07163 f1 /11I,,~28-30 /1960/ 07164 717. SPECTRGPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF MALEIC HYDRAZIDE IN 07171 TOBACCOS. HOFFMAN, I .,J.A.O.A.C.,44 /4/,723-5 /1961 / '71 ~2 718. AGRONOMIC AND CNEMiCAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CERTAIN OLD-LINE 071t31 VARIETIES OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. CHAPLIN, J.F „ GRAHAM, 07182 T.W,, FORD, Z.T.,TOB. jCt. 6,16-20 /1962/ 07183 719. CHEM I STRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF T~?BACCO. SHMUK, A.A.,WASH. P~ATL, 07131 SC€. FOUND. AND VaS. DEPT. AGR., 768 PP. /1961 / 07f 92 720. BASIC REFLECTIONS ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF TOBACCO $7201 SMOKE AND ITS FRACTIONATION PRODUCTS. /GER.MAN/ ROCHUS, W., 07202 8EI TR. Z. TABFORSCH., /5/, 155-64 /1 }Es2/ 0.1203 72i. ACCUMULATION OF CHLOROGENIC ACID IN SOME VARIETIES OF 07211 NICOTIANA TABACUM DURING VARIOUS DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES. 07212 /BULGARIAN/ ANDREICHEVA, M., BAILOV, D.,SULGAR.AKAD, 07213 NAUK. I NST . RASTEN I EVUD. I ZV. ,1t 27-38 /1~61 / 07214 722. POTENTIAL CANCEROGENS IN CIGARETTE iMOKE, 3, BENZPYRENE, 07221 /GERMAN/ ALEXA!4DROW K., SIMOWA, P., SAWAT€NOWA, €,, 0]222 NEOPLASMA,8 /6t,575-t /1961 / 072123 723. QUAST I TAT I VE DETERM€ NAT I ON OF TOBACCO ALKALq I DS I N C€ GARET T ES 07;.? : MANUFACTURED BY TOBACCO COMBINAT IN PR€Lr.P. /SEt3S0- $:%7?2 CROAT ! AN/ PASi.St;? , M. ,DUVAN,1 2/3/,64-7 1"+ 962/ 07 :.i3 724. QUANT €TAT'. VE CHANGE.S OF CHLOFt~YGFli I C AND CAFFL I C AC I C~S' I N TNE $?2~a: FERMENTATION OF TOWCO. /RUSS!AN/ YUNOSHEV V„€C.,€ZV.. 11'242 VYS. UCHcS. ZAV. P`.SHCH. TEKH„/4/,4&-50 /1~i/ 1372~3 725. STUDIES ON RAW TOBACCO. I. SOME CHANGES IN CHEMICAL ~"FS1 COMPOSITION OF TOBACCO TREATED WITH MALEIC HYDRAZIDE. III.:a252 /JAPANESE/ KINPYO, T, SAITO, K. MIZUNO, T,,SHIZUOKA 07253 UNIV. FACUL. AGR. B.,/f1/,i13-~i /f961/ 072!~4 727. WA?~ER-IaOAtSOLUBLI: NITROGENOUS SU8STANCES OF AUTCLYZEt1 TOBACCO. #J'2?1 /RIJSSIAN/ VASYUN#NA, A.D.,TABAK,23 /11,54-6 /1962/ 07277 728. ANALYS I S OF MALE I C HYDRAZ I t3E. 9. D£TECT I ON AND QETERMI NAT ION 07281 I N DR I ED GREEN TOBACCO LEAVES AND SUC€CERS. 11. 07287 QCTERMI NAT I ON AND PERS I STENC£ I N SOI LS, HOFFMAN, t,L. 07283 PARUPS, E.Y., CARSON, R.Ba,J. AGR. AND FOOD CHEt~„1~ l1/, 0'/284 453-5 /1962/ 07285 729, NICOT IN£, SMOKING, AND ORGANISM, /GERMAN/ SCH€EVELBE,IIV, I•#., 07291 BEITR. TABFORSCH. /6/,199-274 /1962/ 0,292 _Zv ® ~~ ~ 7~.- ~ ~_ ,~_~ .t .. ~t . WN Eft c7 C. :- _~ c~
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E ~ ~ ~ mm ~ ,: d4_4 r 730. ANAI,YS t S OF AROMAT I C SUBSTANCES I N TOBACCO, /BULGAFtI AN/ 07301 TSONEV, I,, CHEM,K€iV, V.,BIJLGAR. TYUTYUN.,7 /91,21-9 $7302 /1962/ 073#3 731. €NVESTtGATiON OF THE ARU*9ATiC SUBSTANCES OF TOBACCO. /RUSSIAN/ 07311 ChENI€Ct?Y, V.V. AND TSt3tiEV, I.dt.,TABA.K, 23 /3/:j#9-53 07312 / t 732. GAS C~4MArCGRAPH I C AI~4ALYS i S OF VOLAT I LE CRGAN I C AC IDS I N 07321 T€IBACCO LEAVES. /JAPA.NESE/ KABURAKI, Y. AND SATO, Y.,J. 07322 A~R. CHEM. SOC. JA#'AIi,3b /10!,865-g !t 962/ 07323 733. SUPPE CMLNT TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE MINERAL Ct)Mt'LEX GF 07331 14ACECGN I AN TOBACCOS. /SERBC}--CRQAT € AN/ STQ i KQVSKA A. AND 07332 PATCE, g.,U. ZEMJ. FAKUL. GOD. ZBORN• 14,309-19 If960I611 07333 734. DETERNINA''tCN OF TQBACCO HiJMECTANTS BY GAS LIQUID 07341 CHROMATOGRAPHY. FRIEDMAN, R.L. AND RAA8, W..l.,ANALY3', 07342 CHEM. 35 /1f,67-9 /1963/ 07343 735. SEPARAT i6N OF A CONDENSATE FROM C I GRRETTE SMOKE I MT(} 07351 NYQROCARBGMS, PFiENOLI C, AC € fl I C, BAS I C, AI'i#~.REt3TRAL 07352 rRACTIONS. /GERMAN/ GRIMMER, G.,BEIT~i. ~ABFQRSCH,,/7/, 07353 291-7 /1 0962/ r #3735~+ 736. ANALYT t CS OF TE~+3A :C~I PECT I A€S. /GERMAN/ R~R t K I C. AND 07361 MO! I?ENHAt1ER, ~f. , DRESDEN € NST. TASFQRSCH. ,BE~R. , 9 /2/, 07362 306-18 /1 962/ 67363 737. Ct3MPARAT I VE CC3MPt?S ! T I f3N OF CERTA € N NI CE7T I ANA SPEC I ES AND 07371 TIrtE l R Fl I'#YBRI CS '«d1 TH N. TABACUM. WEYBREW, J.A. AND 07372 KANN, T.J.,TOB. SC€.,7,28-3b /1963/ 07373 738. ARSEN € C CONTENT I N Bt1LGAR I AN C I GARETTES. /RUSS I AN/ 97381 ALEKSANDROV, K.,VOP. ORKOL.,8 /11/,48-54! /1962/ 07382 739. VAPOR PHASE ANALYS € S OF TOBACCO SMOKE. NEWSOME, J.R. , 07391 NCR,~4A~i, V., KEITH, C.H.,T08ACC0 SCiENCE,9,102-11~ /19+65! 07392 740. SELECT I VE F I LTRAT I{1N OF VQLAT I LE PI'{Eid©L 3 C COMPOUNDS FROM 074$1 CICA.RETTE SMQKE. SPEARS, A.W.,TC8, SCI. 7,7b-80 /1,053/ $7402 741. COMPOS 3 T I 4't ST U{3 ! ES ON TOBACCO. X I V. STEAlr4-. JLAT I LE, NEUTRAL 07411 SUBSTANCES I N. VARI Ot1S TYPES AND GRADES. Bt3Ri? I CK, D., 07412 SCHMELTZ, I. MILLER, R.L., STEDP~fAN, R.L.,TOB. SCI., 07413 7,97-100 /19Z3/ 07414 742. Ti}RK! SH t08ACCO. € 1€. I St3LAT I tJN AND CHARACTER I ZAT I d3N OF $7421 ALPHA 2-LEVANTANt?LiDE. GILES, J.A., SCHUMAKER, J.N., AND 07#22 YOUNG, G,W., TETPAPEDRflN, 19 /1/ 107-10 /1963/ 47423 743. VAR I AT I ON OF N I COT I NE CONTENT I N T4 TOBACCO VAR l ET € ES. Q47b?1 /RUSSIAN/ Kt3Zt.QVA, V.I.,TA'&AK,24 /1/,50-3 /1963/ i~7~+32 744. VAR I£TA~. €? €~'FERE~iCES I N CALC I t3~'! LEVEL I N LEAVES OF FLUE- i!7 A4I CURED TOBACCO. MC EVOY, E.T.,CAMAD. J. PLdNT. SC3., 07442 43 l21,i41-5 /1963/ 07443 745. CHANGES I N THE NI TROGENCUc CaNST I TUEtiTS OF BURLEY TOBACCO 07451 DURING CURtNG AND AGING, PALP#E'R, .I.K.,T00. SC€.,7F93-6 0 7452 1i963/ 07453 746. TOBACCO SMOKE ALKALO I DS- i SOLAT I t}N AND I DENT I I=' I CAT 1O#€ OF #7461 HARMANES. P0I Nt?EXTER, E.N., SAVLEY, A. ,WAKEHA-M, H., 0; 462 3RD WORLC TOB. SC I F CONG. /1 963/ PAPERS, THEME 2, SECT. A, 074-63 NO. 2 l1#PP./ t7464 747. FLAVOR EVALUATION OF CIGARETTE SMOKE COMPONENTS. RESR3K, F.E.,07471 DANKER, k.I•i., DAYLOR, F.L., .IR.,3RIJ WORLD Tt}-3. SCI. CONG. 07472 /1963/ PAPERS, THEME 2, SECT. C.,RO, 3. 19 PP.F i7~73 748. S TEAM VAPOR t~ i S T I L.~.AT I Qt€ APPARATUS FOR t}ETERt~ t N I NG k i C4i' i t~E 07A-8I I N TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE CONDENSATES AS WELL AS THE 07482 TOTAL N I TROGEt#. /GERMAN/ SEEHOFER, d' . AND 80RCWSK t, H., 074$ BEITR. TABFORSCH.,2 /1f,37-8 /1963/ Q748Z I I I I I E ~ ~
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I I 764. 765. 766. 767. NEW EVl DENC£ FOR THE PRESENCE OF I'NL30LEACET I C AC I O I N TOBACCO. 07491 SIROIS, J®G.,CARAD. .:. BOT.,4t t51,681-4 /1963/ 07492 PHYS I CO-CFi£MI CAL Ct3;`#POS I T I ON OF P. I. PRODUCED AND AGED $75-61 BRIGHT LEAF TOBACCO. St?LIYE N~ F.A, AND RODUTA, F.L., 07502 ' 3RD WORLD TOB. SCI. CONG. /~yb3/ PAPERS, THEME 2, SECT. A, 07503 NO. 11 /16 PP./ 0750 DETERt1INATiO!# OF WATER CONTENT OF CIGARETTE SMOKE CONOENSATES 07511 BY NEAR INFRARED SPECTROPHOTOMETRY. /G£RKAN/ WALTZ P.= 07512 HAUSERMANl1, M., MOSER, F. ,BE I TR. TABFORSCH.,2 l1F,3~-50 0752 ~ /a 963/ 0751 MI CROt?ETERMI NAT I ON OF TOTAL ALKALOI OS I ti TOBACCO BY STEAM 07521 D I S T I LLAT i ON AND POLAROGRAPHY. /FRENCHI CHOUTEAU J., 07522 BERGERAC .lIST. EXPT. TAB. ANN., 4 /1/, 209-18 /1 9~2/ 07523 PREL?MINPRY STUDY OF GREY TOBACCO IN ONTARIO. ELLIOT, J.H. 07531 AND BACK, M.E.,TOB. SCI.,7,105-9 /1963/ 07532 STUD I ES ON THE THERMAL DECOMPOS I T I ON OF TOBACCO ALKALOI DS. 07541 X€V. THERMAL F I SS I 0N PRODUCTS OF TOBACCO ALICALO I DS I N 07542 C I GARETTE SMOKE, AND TRANSFER OF THE ALKALOrI DS I NTO MA I N 07543 AND S I C}E STREAM. /JAPANESE/ k08ASH I, Y. s` WATAMAS£, M., 07544 YAMASHITA, Y.,J. AGR. CHEM. SOC. JAPAN,,'37 /5/,291-5 07545 /t 963/ 07546 DETERMINATION OF POTASSIUM IN TOBACCO. DETERMINATION OF 07551 CHLORIDES IN TOBACCO, OGG, C.L. AND CUNOIFF, R.H., 07552 J.A.O.A.C.,46 /3/,4Z3-8 /~~63/ 07553 PETROLEUM ETHER EXTRACTABLES IN TOBACCO. WICKHAM, J.E. AND 07561 BLACKMORE, R.H.,,:,A.O.A.C.,46 /31,425-8 /1963/ 07562 STUD i ES ON RAW TOBACCO. XY I I. FREE AM I N0 AC I DS iN SOME 07571 VARIETIES OF THE FLUE-CURED LEAF TOBACCO WITH THEIR 07572 GENERAL CHEM I CAI. CGMPOS I i* I OPI. /JAPANESE/ K I NPYO, T., ~7573 TAMURA, M., YOSHIDa, E., NOMURA, A., MIZUNO, Tv, 0 757~+ SHIZUOKA U. FACUL. AGR` B.,/12/,127-30 /1962/ 07575 ~ THE C4~~+POSITI4N OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. I. SOLANESYL ACETATE. 1 $75 ROOGMAN, A. AND COOK, L.C.,TOB. SCI. 3,86-8 /19591 07582 YO? AT I LE AC I DS I N SH! BOft I-SHU TOBACCO L~AF. /JAPANESE/ 07591 KABURA@CI, Y. AND SATO Y. JAPAN MONOP. CORP. CENT. RES. $7592 INST. SCI. PAPERS. /115/,185-6 /1963/ 07593 SOMs PHENOLS IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. /JAPANESE/ KATO, K., 07601 SHIBAYAMA, (., NA.+~AHATA, T. JAPAN MONOP. CORP. CENT. RES. 07602 i ttSt . PAPERS/105/ 209-12 11 ~63/ e7603 VAR I AT I GN OF THF GAS PHASE COMPOS I T I ON WI TH I4 A BURN I NG 07611 CIGARETTE. NEWSOME, J.P. AND KEITH, C.H.,TOBACCO SCIENCE, 07612 9,65-69 ly 965/ 0761) SHORT CONTRIBUTION TO THE OCCURRENCE OF NICKEL IN CiGARETT6, 07621 SMOKE. /GERMAN/ PAII,ER, M. AND KUHN, H.,FACHL. MITT. 07622 OSTERR. TABREGIE,/4/ 61-3 /1963/ $762? GAS CHRrrMATQGRAPItIC STU6Y OF THE STEAM-VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS #763i Q OF VARI OUS TOBACCOS. SCHM£LTZ, I., MI LL£R R.l..,STED!#.AN, oz2 ~ R.L., J. GAw CHROMATOG., 1 /8/, 27-8 /196~~ t~r 3 v'a POl.YCYCLI C AND AL I PHAT I C HYDROCARBONS I ti TOBACCO SMOKE. 97641 ~ /GERMAN/ PYRIKI, ti.,NAHR43NG,7 /6/ 439-48 /1Q63f 97642 PARAFFINIC HYDROCARBONS OF TOBACCO. /6ERMAN/ PYRIICI a C, 0765T HOMANN, i°. , DRESDEN I NST . TABFORSCH., BER., 10 /~ /, 64-t06 07652 ea /1963/ 07653 X I I UNSATURATED ALCOHOLS Ct~RPt?S I T I ON 0~' C I GARETT E SMOKE 07b61 . . FROM TURKISH TOBACCO SMOKE. ROOGMAN, A., COOK, t,.C.,TQB. 67662 ~ SCI.,7,151-7 /1963/ PHYS I CO-~CHEM I CA~. COMPOS I T I O~t 0~' PH I 3. i PP I NE TOBACCO. ~~~~
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e 60al rm, E2;1 m e ~ t I ~. . _ k- Hi p' I : .~.pet-~ '~F~7~. - - rr-~ 14 ~p__ ~ 779. 780. e- IN /ESP~RANT(3/ SOLIVEN, F.A., RODUTA, F.,SCI. REV.,3 /7l,13-5 67672 /1962/ 4376J3 RATE OF ALKALO I D ACCUMi1LAT I ON IN FLUE-CURED T OBACCO PLANTS 07E I OF DIFFERENT GENOTYPES. MOORE, £.L.,P4WELL ~d.T., 97~i82 GidYN~l, G. R. TOBACCO SC I ENCE, 7 17b-82 /1993t 07683 PRESENCE OF SC6POLET IN I tt CULTURE 6F TOBACCO T I SSiiES, BOTH 07691 SANE AND I NFECTED WI TPf TOBACCO MflSA fi C V I RUS. /FRENCH/ l;l76}2 BENVENISTE, P., HfRTI•t, L., MUNAVALLI S, Oi3RiSS0td, G., #~769 2704-~5 f1k3/ 07631 C.R. 257 /18/ PARIS ACAt) SCI. . , , , , DETERMIHATION OF TRACE AMOUNTS OF tilCKEL IN TOBACCO BY 07701 ~ NEUTRON ACT I VAT 9 0ti AMAI'„YS I S. t?AY, J.M. BATEMA3~ R.C., 07702 COGBILL, E.C.,A,MER. CHEM. SOC.,145TH 3~T6.,NEw Yt?AK , N.Y. 07703 -/1 963/ 07704 COMPAR # SGN OF THE Y I ELI?S OF SEVERAL SELECTEO COMPONENTS I N 07711 HOFFMAN D THE SMOKE FROM DIFFERENT TOBACCO PRODUCTS 07712 , ., . RATFiI',,,W, G., WYNDER, E.L.,,1. NATL. CANCER iNST.,31, 07713 627-37 /19f?3/ 07714 INVESTIGATION OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF BULGARIAN 07721 " 722 CIGARETTES. /BULGARIAN/ VESELINOV M.,NAi~CNI TRUD. 0, NAUCNOIZSLED INST. TJUT,}i~NA 2,237-~+8 /14Ei2/ 07723 FREE PH£NQL I C f,C I DS AND ALDEHY6ES i N C I GMETTE SMOKE AND i!1 07731 TOBACCO. WENDER, S.H., YANG, C.H., AMER. CHEM. SOC., 145TH 07732 MTG.,N.Y., N.Y. /1963/ 07733 IC. -~)rCURRENCE OF M43RN I CC3T I NE I N N I COT 3 ANA GLUT I NOSA. BLAI M 97 74 f , , ACTA SOC. BOT. POLON.,32 /2/,383-12 /1 953/ 0771-2 0 REPORT ON TOBACCO. OGG, C.L.,.3.A.O.A.C.,47 f1f,4g /1954/ $7751 TOBACCO POLYPHENOLS. IV. A COMPLEX POLYPHENOL Iti FLUE-CURED 07761 TOBACCO. RUNECKLES, V.C.,ARCH. BIOCHEM. AND BIOPHYSICS, 07762 ~ 102 /3/,354-$ /109£i3/ 07763 RA© I OACT I V l TY IN TOBACCO. SC I ENCE NEWS LETTER, 85 /5/,70 f778 4 /19#4/ 07782 IDENTIFICATION OF AROMATIC ALDEHYDES IN CIGARETTE SMOKE AND 07791 IN TOBACCD. YANG, C.N. AND WENDER, S.H.,PHYTOCHEMISTRY, 07792 3 /t/ 17-22 f 1964/ 537193 1~_ METHOD F6R THE Qt1ANT I TAT I VE DETERMI133AT I ON OF THE V£#LAT I l.E 07 01 CRGANJC ACIDS IN THE RANGE Cl TO C6 IN TOBACCO SMOKE. 07802 WET, kl.J.,SO. AFRtCAN. J. AGR. SCI.,6 /3/,3 DE5U-40 /1QA3/ p78A DEVICE FOR THE STUDY OF SIDESTREAM SMOKE. /GERMAN/ t,7$Fi NEURATH, G.,EHMKE, H.,BEITR. TABFpRJCH.,2 /k1,117-2t 07812 /1964/ 078-13 STUDIES CN TOBACCO PECTINS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON TL8ACC0 078.1 QUALITY. /GERMAN/ PYRIKt, C. AND MOL(?ENHAVER W . ~ 87822 , ` DRESDLN lFfST. TAgFORSCH., BER., 10 /2f, 238-61 ft"~3/ f7823 ON THE PROTE I N AND PROTE i Pt-L I KE COMPOUNDS c N TOBACCO. 11. ~7831 CCMMIUNfCATION. Xa THE METHOOICS OF PROTEIN DEIERI`c1NATI0N, 078x2 /GERMAN/ PYR 1 K' , C. AND MULLER, R. ,93RESDEN I NST . 97833 TABFGRSCH.,BER.;10 /2/ 203-37 11963/ O78~++ FORMAT I QN AND aETFRM I NAT IN OF THE CHEM I CAL CpMPOS I T I{?!t AND HYGRGSCt?P I C PRQPERT I ES OF SOME IiUNGAR I AN TOBACCOS DL'Ft I tfG F78t•2 THE I:'Rt,~GLSSiNG OF TOBACCO. DEMECZKY, M.,CORESTA !„B. 917843 /1 /, 72-9 /1 961 / 07$I+4 CCMPAR I SON OF Y I ELD OF SELECTED COMPONENTS I N THE SMOKE OF 67851 VAR!UUS TOBACCO PRODUCTS. /GERMAN/ HOFFMANN, 0., 07852 RATHKAMP, G. YtYNGER, E.t.., BEi TR. TABF~3ftSCFf., 2 141, 07854 123-130 /1 ~i~+/ 0785 DETERMINATION OF PARTICULATE MATTER AND ALKALt?IDS /AS 07861 NICOTINE/ IN CIGARETTE SMQKE. OGG, C,L.,J.A.t3eA.C., 07862 I-- 2 b W rl
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47 /21,356-62 /1964/ 07863 787. PARAFF f N HYDROCARBONS I N TOBACCO. /GERMAM/ PYRI K I, C. AND 07871 HOFMANN, F., DRESDE!! € NST. TASFt3RSCH., BER., 10 f1 /, 69-146 07$72 /1 953/ 87813 788. CHEMICAL Ct?MPOS s T i ON OF TOBACCO SttOK£./Rt3SS € AN/ POPCIVA, L. P.,07$ 1 VSESOYUZN. NAUCH.-€SSLEO. IMST. TAB. MAKHORKI, 153, 07882 211-26 /1963/ 07883 789. TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. PHARMACOLUGY AND TOXICOLOGY. /SPAN1SPf/ 07891 NUNEZ, G.T.,ARS. PHARM.,4 /2/,133-4$ /1963/ f7892 790. Ct}MPOS € T€ C1N STUD € ES ON TOBACCO. X I X. STEAM-YDLAT I LE NEUTRAL 07901 SUBSTANCES IN SMOKE OF CIGARETTES HAVING DIFFERENT 97902 URGANOLEPT ! C PRQPERT i ES. BURD i CK, 0 . CHAMBERLAIN, W.J., 07903 STEDMAN, R.L.,TOB. SCIENCE, 8, 82-5 11964/ 07904 792. € NFLUENCF OF M(3; STi1RE CONTENT OF CIGARETTES ON THE COMPOS I T 3 Ohi 07921 OF SMOKE. € i. /GERMAN/ :NPEKE, H. AND NEURATH, G.,3EITR. 07922 TABFORSCH. 2 /5/,205-$ /1964/ 07923 793. A.ROMAr € C HYDROCARBONS I N TOBACCO SMOKE. /GERMAN/ ELMENI•i~RST, 07931 H. AND RECKZEH, G.,BE€:'R. TABF'v"SCH.,2 /5/,18f 20# !1964/ 07932 794. ON THE PHENOLIC CONTENT OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. 07941 /GER2MAN/ HERRMANN, K.,BE€ TR.TABFORSCH.,2 ,/5/,159-19 l1964/ 07942 795. TOBACCO ALKALOIDS AND TN£IR PYROLYTIC PR0DUCTS IN TOBACCO $79-'-' 1 SMOKE. /GERMAN/ KUHN, H.,FACHL. MITT. tSTERR. TABAKREG€E, 07952 /5 /, 73-$2 / t 964/ 07953 796. ON THE PROTEIN AND PROTEIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS IN TOBACCO. €II. 07961 COMMUN i CAT I ON. THE M(3D I F! CAT € ON OF PROTE € N AND PROTE t N-L tKE 07962 COKPOUNDS I N THE GREEN TOBACCO PLANT WITH REFERENCE TO 07963 _f-VERAL FACTORS. /GERMAN/ PYRIKI, !,. .#D HULLER, R., 07964 DRESDEN INST. TABFORSCH.,BER.,11 7'.-$9 /1964/ $7965 797. QUA` f TAT i VE AMALYS i S OF L f GHT HYDROCARBONS I N C i GAFtETTE 07971 SMOKE BY GAS CHROKAT{}GRAa-NY. CAREtPF, J., VERON, .3. , 07972 BADRE, R., CU€LLERM, R.,.l. GAS . CHROMATOG.,2 /10/,320-2 07973 /1964/ 07974 798. COLUMN €LUT € ON OF HUMECTANTS FROM TOBACCO AND t?ETERM€ kAT i ON 079 1 BY VAPOR CHROMATOGRAPHY. Cl1Ni3 € FF, R.H., GREENE, G.H., 07982 LAURENE, A.H.,TOBACCO SCtENC£ $ 163-71I /1964/ 07983 799. IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTITATIVE 6ETI!RMiNATtON OF SCOPOLIN 07991 AND SCOPOLET € N I N TOBACCO PLANTS TREATED WITH 2 4- 07992 DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID. t9€ETERMA'N L.J., L~R~, C.Y., $794'~ ROHRBAUGH, L., THIESFELDf V., 1n;~it3ER, S~.~t.,A~iAE.YT. ~;i9~ BiOC~tE€~.,9 /2/,139-~+5 /1964/ 07995 800. D I REC T VAPOR CHR4MATOGRAPH I C DETERM I NAT I ON OF ACETALI)ENYDE, o-aooi ACROLE € N , AND ACETONE I N CIGARETTE SMOKE. LAUREtfE, A.N. 98002 LYERLY, L.A,,YOUNG, G.W. TOBACCO SCIENCE $, 15$-3/1 0=8003 801. COMPCIS € T€ ON OF C;GAR£TTE SM6KE. X111. EUGEN6L AND I SOEt1GENflL #411 FROM fit7RK€SH TOBACCO SMOKE. EtODGMAN, A. AND COOK, L.C. 0"12 108. SCI. 8, 161-2 /1964/ 0413 802. CHEM I CAL S Ttl6€ ES ON N. € NHYt3R I N-Pt?S € T I VE COMPOUNDS IN CURED 0021 TOBACCO LEAVES, I. IDENTIFICATION OF 2-PYRROLIDINE ACETIC 08022 ACID A NEW AMINO AC€t} AND 1-i'€PECOLiC ACID. TOMITA N., 0023 M€TUAKI S TAMAKI ~ AGR. BIOL. CHEM.,2$ /71,451-45 08024 /19+64/ ' " ' 0 t 08025 803. EVALUATION OF TOBACCO QUALITY. /FRENCH/ VANBERCIE, R.,AGKON. TROP. /FRANCE/,14 /7/,598-+~7 /1964/ ~12 804. 3,4BENZOPYRENE IN THE SMOKE OF BULGARIAN CIGARETS. w 1 /Bt3t,GAR t ANy/ ALEKSANDROV r K. R. AND S 1 M0VA, P. , NAUCH.- f"Q,-~42 IZSI.ED. ONKOL. €NSTe.7,1i-b /1953/60/ @iT43 ' N, J.R. "051 805. STRONTIUM-90 CONTENT OF CANADIAN TOBACCO SAMPLES. BRflW
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-f AND JARVIS, A.A.,MED. SERVES ,7.,2/I,513-15 /396#/ !rS8-052 806. COMPt}S 3?' It3N OF C 1 GARETT K SMQ1CE, V I I. SOME A.Rt?KAT I CHYDROCARBON $8461 CDNST t TUENTS. CQDK, J.W. AND JU~iNST(3NE, R,A.w., 3 SRAEL J. 08~f62 CHE~s.,l /~+f,356-63 /1963/ 08#63 807. STUDY OF THE MAJOR GASEOUS CQlfSTI Ti1ENTS IN THE M,AI NSTRE.AM 08071 SMOKE OF A CIGARETTE. JARRELL, J.E. AND DE LA BURDE, R., 08072 TOBACCO SCIENCE,iX, 5-11 /1965/ 0803 808. PNYTOCPiEMI CA! STi}D 3 ES ON TOBACCO ~~~AS S~~~SA~ i YD~.DNPT~EP ICI TY ~~~2 OF N i CdT ! HE DE,'~ET#~Y..AT I~3N AS'k ~~Q., DEMET~tYi.AT t tll~ MECH~:N 1 St~. K! SA~{ I, T. AND TA."iAK t, E., j~~. AGR. CNEt~. SOC. JAPAN, 38 /i 21,5~a9-55 /1 ~4/ 0~s+~ 8J9. COMP4ST i gN STUDi ES ON TOBACCO. XX. BASES OF i i GARETTE SXCKE, 0-8091 SCHMELTZ, I., STEDMAN, R.L., CHAMBERLAIN, W.J., BURDICK, D.,Q#8092 J. SCi. FOOD A~R.,T5 /ttl,774-81 /1964! 08093 810. ON THE D ET F.R.M i NAT l t}N OF PYR iDi tiS ! N C P GARETTE SMOKE IN THE 08101 SCOPE OF THE DETEPM1NAT1f1N OF SMOKE ALKALOIDS. /GERMAN/ 08?02 08103 TAB~'flRSCN. P MDSER F!A'1SE'E3E I TR M ?MANN TZ P WA , . , . , , , . , ~ L . , 2 !6/,283-93 /1964/ 0$iQ4 811. STUDY OF S`JBS TA"1(:ES OF ;'aE NEUTRAL F'RACT; {}N ©F. RES i N 08111 COMPOUNDS OF T38ACC t. /RUSS B AN/ CFiEN I KOY, rV.V. AND 08112 ~ SHAKOVALOV, E.N,,TA•,;AK 2,57-5f /1964/ • 081 13 812. D 3 STR IBUT 1~3N OF At~i NC~ AC + US I N TOSACCDSfA4N D I PPEREN T STALK 08121 REGIONS. DE LA 31fROE R., POINDEXTER, E.H., JR., BELL, 08,22 ~ J.P.,TOBACCO 1C~1 SCtENGE, , IX, 26-32 /1965/ 08123 813. POLONIUM IN CiCARETTES-SPECTRDSC£}PIC AMALYSiS. YAViN, A.1.1 08131 DE PASQUALI, G., 8AR(:?d, P.,NATUR£,2f5 /49741,893-w6 /1 5/ @f$132 814. ALKENES 3 N C IGARETTE SMOKE CONDENSATE. ENTWi STLE, 1. D. AND iS81 4I ~:~. ~ .:QHNSTCJNE, R.A.Wo,CNEM. AND INDUS.,/6/,269 /1965/ 08142 D! STE? I SUT I JN OF BORON I N THE TOBACCO PLANT. MC I LRATH, W. J. 08151 AND SKOK, J.,PHYSIOL. PLANT.,17 /41,839--45 /1964/ 08152 POLONIUM-210 CONTENT OF MAiNSTREAM CIGARETTE SMOKE. 03161 KELLEY, TtsDMAS F., SC i ENCE, 149 /3683/, 537-538 /1965/ 08162 D 1 RECT CHROMATOGRAPHY OF THE GAS PHASE OF C I GARETTE SMOKE 681 ,'1 ,~iYpRt}C&`,RBQ°i S,RBQ°iS AND COMPOUNDS CJNTAI N I NG OXYGEN AND N 1 TR~3~SE~#. +P~8 i 72 CAROFF,.l ., VERCN .1. ,$A`~RE, R., GU i LL E€~l~i, R. ,J . OF GAS. ?8 i 73 Cf•~ROMATCa~.,3/6,19~-201 /t955/ 481,74 NAPHTHALENES IN (.:ICARETTE SMOKE. JCHu`'TC?R'., P..1.M. A*!P 08181 QUAN, P.M.,NATUat~.,199,.,199, 1184 /1963/ V81$z S T UD I£S ON THE TNF.RMAL C}ECOMPOS t T 8ON OF TOBACCO ALKALa I C'S. 08,91 X 1 V, T NERMAL €' I SS I UflI F'RG{7t!C TS OF 108ACG0 ALKAI.tl J DS i N 08,92 CIGARETTE SMOKE, AND tRANSPER OF THE ALKALOIDS 1NTO e8193 Mltih AND SIDE STREAM. KOBAYASHI, Y,, wATAFiAR~, M., ?8194 AND YA!MAS+1lT1;. ~'.,Ar4R. BIOL. CHEM.,27 /6/, A25-A26 /1963.` 08195 t'A?'F OF CARBOHYDRATES DURING TNER.*i.,~. L.L a£GRADATSON LF TOBACCO. f82oi OE LA BURDF., R . fiP.A'fTCN, P,, BAVt.EY, A., NATURE, 196 08202 /4850/, 166-7 /f%2/ 082#3 f3X iDAT i VE PRf3Di'CT: OF NEXOSES t N THERMALLY TREATED TOBACC(7, 08211 DE Lt. BURDE, R., AND POINDEXTER, E,N., NATURE, 198 /4885/, 98212 d089-1090 /1963/ " 213 THERHAt, CCNV€:RS 104 OF CARBOHYDRATES I N TOBACCO. DE LA BURDE 082~1 R. , CRAYTON, F., AND SAVLEY, A., TOBACCO SC 1 Ei°tCE, 8, 70°~73 08222 /a 964/ 08223 APPL 1 GAT t 4tfS OF D IFFERENT 1 Al, THERMAL ANALYS 1 S ARII "23= ThERMOGRAV t MF:TR I C ANAL'; S I S OF TQBACCO, E13M#1NDS, M.t3., fL8232 CORE, M,T., BAVLEY, A., AkNO SCHWENKER, R.F., ,:R.f TOBACCO $8Z3~ SC! ENCE, 9, 48-53 /19~65/ 0823 EXPER I htENTAL CCN TR i BUT ! Ott TO TOPACCO-SNAKE CARC I N4GENES I S. 08.41
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/GERMAN/ WYND=R, E.L. AND HOFFMANN E}. DEUTSCHE 1t8i42 t~Ef)12 f N f SCHE f~C~+£14SCHAf f-T 88 fs23-6 /~ 43 / f;f82A3 825. A CfiR4}MATt}GRAPH i C METHt3D FOR fHE 6ETEP.Mf NAT :ON OF t3RCAfi 1 C 18251 ACtDS IN CURED TOBACCO. RESNIK, F.E., M5 THESIS, UNIV. OF 0252 RICHMOND /1955/ 08253 826. ANAI.YS f S OF PC3LYCYCL f C HYDfti?CARf30NS. ROBB, E.W., 08261 Gf,3YERNATGR, G.C., 11 t, E[3M4Nf?S, M.f). AND 'BAVLEY, A., 08262 SE 1 TRl~GL' ZUR TA~?At~FQRSCf~UNC, 3/4, 27A-284 /1965/ 08263 827. A CHRQMATCGRAPH I C STUDY OF THE POLYPHENOLS f Pi CURED TOBACC O. 08271 f:QMt3Nf)S, M.D., M.S. THESIS, UNfV. OF R1CN.l4QNi3 /190/ 08272 828. D f S TR f BUF 1ON OF Gf3LflROCEfi 1 C AC f f) IN NATURE. IGEfZMANI 08281 GORTEk, K., ARCftfY. PHARM, 2#7, 184-196 /1909/ 08282 829. VHEM f CAL fNYEST 1 GAT f CN OF TRA~HY LEAF PHEPdDMENU1i 1 N AUSTRAL 1 APf 08291 GROWN FLUE--CLfPEE7 TOBACCO. JOHANSON, R., AUSTRAL1 AN J. SC 1. 08292 RES. 64 , 231-247 /1951 / 08293 830. A f"Ltli~R~SrE~iT Nt~STANC~ PRESENT IN PLANTS. ff. ISOLATION OF 08301 THE SUBSTANCE IN A PURE STATE AND ITS ff)f:NTfFfCAT1Ot1 AS 08302 6-METHOXY-7-HYuRJXY-1,2-SENZt?PYRt?NE. BEST, RUPERT J, ~83~ AUSTRALIAN J. ExPTL, f310L. MED. SC1., 22, 251-255 /19~+4f ~83~~ 831. SCOPOLETIN IN DIFFERENTIATING AND MQf't DIFFERENTIATING f18311 CULTURED TOBACCO T1SSt1E. TRYON, K., SCIENCE, 123, 5-40 08312 /1956/ 08313 832. CCNTR ° SUT 1 JNS TO THE $1 CCHE1`#f STRY OF fiO T~~Ot3SE REARED TOBACCO. #8321 /GEI~MAN,' FREY--htYSal.11•tC, A., AND f3AE~L£R, S., EXf ERfENTfA, 08322 13, 359--400 /1 957/ #.3323 833. CG1'iPAR 1 SON OF CHLOROGEf'd f C AC 1D AND CATECHOL AS SUBSTRATES 08331 FOR THE PGLYPHENGL OXIDASE FROM TOBACCO AND MUSHROOM. 1$332 SISLER, E.C., AND EVANS, H.J,, PLANT PHYSIOL., 33, 255-7 08333 / i958/ 08344 834 STUf)! f<S ON THE CHEMf CAL COtfST 1 TUEf+iTS OF TOBACCO PLANT. 11. 683 i . DE TERM i NAT 1£?,ti' OF CHLOf$CGEN f C AC 1 Q 1 N LEAF TOBACCO. #83I+2 8 ~ +4 /aAPANESE/ A,KAf KE, S. , AND YAMADA, S., AGR. CHEM. SOC. f~ 3 JAPAN aaURNAL 33, 663-b /t 959f 0834 835. A STUDY OF THE PbLYPfiEN4f"S AND POLYPHENOL OX f DASE PRESENT 1 N f;i8351 TOBACCO LEAVES. PENf+1, P.T. , THES 1 S. ftALE f GH, NORTH 08352 ~;AP.(1L i NA STATE C;?LLEGE. ~P. /1958/ 08353 836. PALM7,R, J.K., ABS. TCf3. CHEM, RES. CONF., NOV. /1956/ 08361 837. TRA~lSf; flR.MAT 1 ON OF RUT 1 N i NTt3 SRL1Af P f GMf;NT BY TOBACCO 08371 CNZYME~. /GERMAN/ NEUBERG, C., AND KOBEL, M., 98372 NATtlRWiSS%NSCHAFTf:N, 23, 800-1 /1935/ 08313 838. THE 1 SGLA7 1 CN OF f SOQUERC 1 TR1 N FROM A1 R-f}Rf f"D TOBACCO. 083 !,~D HOWARD, W.1.., GAGE, T«$., AND WENDER, S.H., ARC~i. BfCiCHf:M,, 0838~ 25, 74-78 /i~5ff 08363~,e 839. SHMUK, A., AND PLATNICKI, M. USSR STATE 1NST, TCBACCC 0834,= 1 NVrS T. BULL., 69, 1926 if930/ ~8,'s~~2~ 8~40. THE(3R i ES OF THE B1 t?GEHES f S OF FLAYt3NC 1 f3 CCMP£~UN?S. ,~8~t= GE 1 SSMAN, T. A. , AND H 1 NR£ t NER, E. * Bt3T. ftEY., 18, 77-244 08402= /1 952f 841. Pfli.UN 1t=M-210 1 N LEAF TOBACCO FROM FOUR COUNTR1 £S. GREGORY, L. P., SC! f~PtCE, 1,50 /3692/, 74-76 /1 9651 -"412~ $42. EXPERf MENTAL TOBACCO CARC 1 Nt3GENES 1 S. WYNOER, E. , AND ~842I H{? NN, f•1. , ADVANCES 1 tt CANCER RESEARCH, 8, 249-#82 08422 ~~ f 423 "- 843. FLAVCNC 1D AND CERT A1 N RELATfrD PHfiNOL1 C COMPOUNDS f 1't PARTS OF 0$43, THE TOBACCO FLOWER. NATANAf3f;, R., AND NE1'iQER, S.H., 04?2 ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS, 112, 1t3-114 #843 1 /1965f #81«3
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844. DETERMiNATfON OF SCOPOLETIN IN C[GARET SMOKE. /GERMAN/ 084{1 WAL.TZ, P. t~AUSER1dAN4, i~i. h"tD KRULL"3 A., Z. LEBEl~St~ITT.- 0$442 UNTEnSUCHi;.-FCRSCi~i. 176, ~C17-425 /1~a5/ 084`~3 845. THI i'd-LAY€#~ CHRt~ATGGRA1~H t C SEF1',RAT f ON OF BENZO /A/ PYRENE 08451 FROM CIGARETTE TkR. OLIVER SE€tNARO W. JR., 19TH 08452 TOBACCO CHEMISTS RESEARCH C?NFEREPdCE, L;X3NGTOtl, KY. /1965/ 88453 846. STRIJGTNE, CHEMISTRY, A"ig SYNTHESIS OF SOLAttiON:. A NEW 0$#6i ANtIMAL QU'S TERPENQiD KETONE FROM TOBACCO. JOHNSON, R.R. 08~2 AND N I C'~(3LSO~t, ,".A. ,,!. C~P:a. CHE~1., 3$ /9/, 2918-21 /19~s5/ $8463 847. SOME KETONES ANn PHYTYL ESTERS FROM TvRK! SN TO'8ACC0 SMOKE. 118471 R(3DGMAN, ALAN, AND COOK, LAWRENCE C., 3 9TH TOBACCO $8472 CHEMISTS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, LEXINGTON, KY. /1965! 4i8k- ~3 848. GAS C4?RCst~ATOGRAPH+C CETER~iI ~iAT t CN OF FREE FClRMI C AND ACET i C 08~51 ACIDS IN GiCRf.R;:TT£ SMOKE. QAYLEY, E.T., !~{E1SS$ECKER, L., i~8482 AND RESN I i~,, F,[. , A~4ALYT ( CA~. CN£~4i STRY, 37, 380-2 P483 /KARCH 1965 / 08484 $49. THE CCM'r'C+SIT:ON OF CIGt,RETTE SMOKE. XI. HETEROCYCLIC NITROGEN 08491 :"CMPG ~PiOS FROM TURKi ai'4 TOBACCO SMOKE. ROt}GMAN, ALAN, AND 08492 E03K, 1.AwRENCE C., ToB. SC i., 6, 176-9 f1 962/ 08493 850. MASS SP~CTP,~METRIC STUDIES. i. METHYL ESTERS OF SATURATED 08501 NORMAL CARBGXYL:C ACIDS. RYHAGE, R., AND STENPAG£N, E., $8S32 ARK. ChEM3., 13, 523-542 /1959/ ,. 0$`=#3 851. AROMA, FLAVOR, AND CH~MICAL CGMFCS;Ti..N OF CIGARETTE TC$ACCQ 03511 AND SMCKE. STE:DMAN, R. L. , CORi.STA I4F'OR,M,. BULL.,4, 11 -23 085: 2 11963/ 1-1`08513 852. TOBACCO CARCiNCLENES.S. !. PRIMARY FRACTlONS. WYNDER, E.L., 08521 CANC':R 10 255-271 /1957/ 08522 AND WR ir.NT G. F. , , , , ~ 853. NATURE OF ;;:GARET ;Mt3YF. VCLATILE BASES AND ACIDS. 08531 ER4Gf QRG, J,a., `+ARLOkl, E.S., HARLAN, W.R., AND HANMER, 08532 H.R,, INC. Lku. ruE~1., 29, 45-50 l19.37/ 08533 ~ 854. THE CG.MPGS; T i0N OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. X! if. HEXAHYDROFARNESYL 085'+1 ACETC:It /Pti'rTC4r/ AND 2-.4EHTYi.-5-ISOi'ROPYL-1,3-NQtiADiEN-8- 08542 ~ +3 ONE /SOE.ANG~tf:/ FROM TURKISH TQBACCtJ S*10KE. COOK LAi~R£'VC£ 905 i„ , AND Rt~GMAN, ALAN, TOB. ~SC I., 9, 137-139 /1995/ 08544 855. THE FREE A,4I td0 AC i€?S OF SUCKER BUDS AND YOUNG LEAVES. 08551 W£Y6REW, J.A., 19TH '.'CSACC4 CHEMISTS RESEARCH C04FERENCE, ',38552 ht.:X INGTQN, K'f./1 965 /, PAPER p2 08553 l 85 6. ENZYiaSAT f C QX I D AT ION t;F I tiGr-t L'.-3-ACET : C AC I D, A PLANT GROWTH. 0856, HORMONE, I N TOBACCO A"1:.- I TS f'GSS I SL£ APPI. ! CAT I JN TO THE ?8562 t8563 SUCKER CGNTR 1! F'R08:.EM. MF.'~CT, WERNER J., 19TH TOBACCO 19TH TOBACCO CHEM 1 STS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, LEX f NGT0N, KY. 0859 I /1965/ ~~9 f ~ f t O S ~ C ' ~ 858. D i RECT VAPOR CFiRGMATt)Gi?APH I C DE i'ER~ti ~€AT IflN OF MENTHOL, 0£~581 PROPYLENE GLYCOL, NICATIt~E, AND TRIACETIN iN CiGA~tE.TTi", 0-8582 SMOKE. LYER.~,Y, !.ARRY A., 19TH TOBACCO CHEMiSTS RESE4'ZCH 08583 COt~FER£.~sC£, LEXIti,~,TOPi, KY. /19#'i,~' ,/,/ 085$4 859. THE COhTRt BtiT f GPi OF TOBACCO COPtS1 I TUir.NTS TO PHENOL Y 1 ELO OF 08591 CIGARETTES. SPEARS, A.W., BELL J.H. AND SAUNCERS, A.O., 08592 CFiE!~t; STS RcS~:AR::N COT~t~ ~:RF.ACE:, LEX i~taTQN, KY. /1965% 08564 857. STRUCTURE OF TWO SGl.ANG~1G PRECURSORS FROM TCBACf~~. Kii`iZER, G.W., AND JQHNS4h, R.R., 19TH TOBACCO CHEMISTS 085: < RESEARCH CONFERENCE, LEXINGTON, KY. /19~i5/ P8573 . 0 t C YRC;Y53~ OF PC~.YP}T,.riOLtC PlGM£ttT. A 86w . TH€ T I CHORTYK, O,T., SCH'..OTZHAtlER, 4l,S., STEDMAN, R,L., 19T4 TOBACCO CHEM1 STS RESEARCH CONI'ERENCE, LEX I Nt'sT0li, KY. /1965/ 61. FACTORS AFFECT i NG Tt4E pEL i VERY or C i GAPE rTE SMOKE VAPOUR 0860,2 08603 08504 98611
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I PFiASE. REYNOLDS, M.L., 19TH TOBACCO Ct3EMI ST., RESEARCH .08612 CONFERENCE, LEX i NGTON KY. /t 965/ 0-8613 662. BENZYL--BENZOATE IN CIGARbTE SMOKE. SCHMELTZ, I., STEDMAN, 08621 R.L., CHAM#?ERLAIN, 'rt.J., 19TH TOBACCO CHEMISTS RESEARCH a8622 CONFERENCE, LEXINGTON, KY. /1965/ 08623 863. GAS CffRt?MATt}GRAP#i I C D£T£RMI I"tAT ION OF THE WATER I M C I GARETTE 08631 MAI NSTREAM SMOKE AND TOTAL PART I CULATE MATTER. THOME, 08632 F'REi?ER I CK A. , 19TH TOBACCO CHEMI STS RESEARCH COMPEREi~CE, 08633 LEXIt~GT{~ KY. /i,065/ E18634 864. STUD I ES ON T~1E CHEN I CAL CQNST I TUENTS OF TOBALCO LEAVES. I!. $8641 Y SOLAT I 0N OF 2-I SOPR4PYLMAL I C AC I 0 f ROM TUR14I SN TOBACCO. 08642 /JAPANESE/ PUICUZUMI, T., TAKANAR.A, N., KANEKO, ti., 08643 Q~tISNt, i., NIPPON NOGFI KAGAKU KAISHI, 39 /5/,2~4-7 /1965t #8644 865. AftflMAT I e4T i CiN STl1{3 P ES . i f 3. DETERMI NAT I QN OF MENTHOL flEL I VER£0 08651 INTO THE SMOKE BY MENTHOLATED CIGARETTES. t.lKPANESE/ 08652 iCnSASH I, V, , f10 i IiARA, T s, SUGAWARA, S s, JAP. ~?i~C+P. Ct~RT'., ~8653 CENT. RES. INST. SCI. PAPERS, 106 i2~-' /i?6k/ £~8654 866. T?'E M£ TFi00 OF Of: TERht t N I NG M4I STURE C6NTEtiT i N TOBACCO. 88661 /RUcSIAN/ KOPYLOVA, E.I., LJAKNI3VA, !.G., TABAK. 1, 36-8 08662 /i 96a/ 08663 8.6i. I3AQIU.A .,OFtrENT OF TOBACCO ASH. KRISHNA CHATTERJEE, R., II486a', BANi.RJI , P., GHOSH N.., CHATTERJEE, S.D., SCIENCE AND ~t86?:. CULTURE, 33 tk/, i~8-9 /APR. i~i5/ 086;3 868. DCTF.RMi NAT I Jt;i QF' GLYCFfit?L AND PROPYLENE GL.Y-CCC}L ! N C tGARETTE 068i SMOKE. LAVREltE, A.H., CUND1Ff, R.H., Z~tEENE, G.H., TOB. 08682 SCI. 9, 1-4 /i465/ 08683 869. I SQLAT ~6N ~F SATURATED NErEROCYCL iC BASES FROM TOBACCO SMOKE. 08691 /GER~,Ahd/ NEURATH, :,, t'IRMANN, B., DUNGER, M., BEITRAGE o8692 ZUR TABAKF4RSCNttN,, 3 /2/, 129-34 /MAY 1965/ e8693 870. FACTORS ArF'ECTING THE LEVELS OF NITRATE NITROGEN IN CURED Itt8:0i TOBACCO LEAVES. PROADI:3US, >.M., YORK, J.E., JR., AND 08702 I+t'JSEL€Y, J.M., ;'U3ACC0 SCIENCE, 9 149-157 /1~5/ ~'87l13 871. GAS CHROMATOGRAf'HY OF C I GARETTE SMOKL PART I t t. SEPAR#T I 4N OF 08711 THE OVERLAP REGION OF GAS AND PARTICULATE PHASE BY 118e'I2 CAPIL-ARY COLUMNS. GROB, K., J. GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY, 3, t8713 52-6 i 3 965 / 08714 872. COMPOSITION OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. XV. PHYTYL ESTERS FROM 68721 T'.JRK I SH TOBACCO SMOKE. Rt}OCMAN, AL AN AND COOK, Ib8;'22 t.AWP.I.ttCL C., TOBACCO SCIE~lGF., 9 t58-~65 /1965/ 873. B~,~dZYl., ESTERS, I NOOLES AyD CARBAZ6LFS IN C IGARETTC SMOKE. ~8;32 7CHML'LTZ, I., STEOFtAU, R.L., CHAMBERLAIN, X.J. AND STILL S C.D., C~trM1STRY AND INDUSTRY, NA. ~S, ~1#i'~-:0 98; 1i /i;~65/~ 08 ;;4 874. 875 877. 878. FACTUPS AFFECTINr, THE L~VELS +':r NI TRA`fE NI TROGEN IN CURED ?`OI'ACCO LEAVES. BROADDUS, G.M. YORK, J.E., jR., AND t18-4: FtOSELEY, J.M., TOR. SCt., 9, 143--i57 /1965/ f8`»3 PR£I' AC I t}S I N RES 1 t#.=. OF BULGAR; AN OR I ENTAL TOBACCO. - ' 08751 1, /BL'..GARIAN/ IVANOV, N., AND OGNYANOV l., BULGAQ. 4KA~ 08°52 NA NAUK. SOFIA. OpKt.A.t}Y, i8 /11/, 1#I~-17 /}965f ? MYRISTiCiN IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. SCHMEt,TZ i., STE.t}MAN R.L,, ~ e8;6i ARD J.S. AND CHAM9ERLAIN, W.J., SCI~.NCE, 151 13,W6l, ~8?62 96-~`7 /i6/ #8763 SOME C6 HYDROCARBONS or THE GAS PHASE OF C IGARETTE SMOKE. 087i 1 PMILIPPI:, R.J,, HONF:YCUTT, R.G. AND RUTH, J.M., JOURNAL 08i?2 OF CNROFiATOGRAPFiY, 70 /2/, 250-159 /t:a65/ NDS iti O 0;71 U DETERMINATION OF BENZO /A/ PYRENE AND RELATED COMP C I GARET TF SMOKE. AYRES, C. 1., AND THORNTON, R. E. , ~ 782
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x ~.. _ F 4.c. ..~yyy ~,+t". RE BE€ TRAGE ZUR TARAKFORSCHUNG, 3/4 285-29$ /1 965/ 08783 METHODS FOR THE Qt3A€fT I TAT € VE #3ETERMINAT 6 C3N OF PYROCATECHOLS 08791 I N C # GARETTE SMOKE. /GERMAI+i/ WALTZ, P. , €~A€?SER.t~t ~!. , ~ ' @df 92 ORSChUI~G, 3/~t, 2 ,3-277 f 1 g65 fGLL, A., BE I TRAGE ZUR TABAK~ ~8 08793 P~?LOPdIUM-210 IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTE SMOKE, AND SELECTED HUMAN @81 ORGANS. FERRI, ESTER S., AND BARATTA, EDMOND J., PUBLIC 08802 HEALTH REPORTS, 81 /2% 121-127 /1966/ 08803 POLYOLF:FI4S IN CIGARETTE N(>K£. DARE, D.L., ENTKISTLE, l.D., @88t1 AND JOHNSTONE, R,A.M., CH€'M€:TRY AND INDUSTRY, P. 629-30 088,2 /1966/ ~8813 THE I St7LAT ION OF FARNESEME FROM C I GARETTE SMOKE CONDENSATE. 08821 - BLACK, D.K. , AND D I Cf~~.t1S, F., CNEh1I STRY AND I hiDUSTRY, 08822 6b 08823 P. 19I-8 /1 9 / THr PHYT AF) S k"iE S AND RORPHY T ENE AND i I•IE 3 R kELAT I Ot! T. t? SOME 08831 CiMr'ONENTS OF C I GARETTE SMOKE. JOTiltSTOti€ R.A.*!f. , A'~ f ' 138832 Y, P. 57i6-13 .M., .50''Rtr1~L OF THE CHEMICAL Sf3ClE QE.~AN € l 196 ~ / l~888~3 ~+ ENZYMA?` I C'3ETERMI NAT I a'# OF PEROX I DE I hI TC8ACC0 SMOKE. "841 TELLER, J.D., ABSTRACT C-256, 150T€~ MTG. AMER. CHEM. SOC., 08842 SEPT. 1965 08843 I SQLAT I Ofid OF HYi3RC-XY AC I DS FROM TiSRK I SH TOBACCO LEAVES s $885 e FL€CiIZ:+4I, T., TAKA4ARA, H., KANEKO, H. , AND €ltt ! SN I, 1., 08852 AGR I C4:LTtiRAL AH~} B I OL4G I CAL C4~E~iI STRY, 29 /W,967-9 08853 /1965/ ?8854 CN=MI CAL STL1D t ES ON NI N!-€Yt3R I N-P{3S I T I VE C{?MPOUKDS IN CURED "86t TOBACCO LEAYES. I 1 I. FURTHER I St?LAT IOW"AHD I DEdiT i F€ CAT I ON 08862 OF SOME AMI NJ AC I D-SUGAR COMPOUNDS. TCMI TA, H., o8863 NOGUt'H I, M., ANc TAMAK I, E., AGR I CL'L T~IRA= AND B I t~LOG! CAL $8$64 CHEMISTRY, 29 /10/, 959-961 /1965/ B8$65 0 IN ~ ~ I I I 887. TWO-D I MENS I 0€iAL TH I h€-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY OF TOBACCO A1.KALO I DS #8871 AND RELATED CGM?C3LttiDS. N£€DGSO?i, E., SMITH E., AND 08872 GC'THRI E, F.E,, J. CI`iR.OtdATOGRAP#iY, 20 176-{77 /1965/ 088'3 888. STF,:f~ I ES ON THE VCsLAT I LE BASES OF TO$ACC6. I. VOLAT I L E AMI NES 0841 I N CURED L EAVES AND TOBACCO PLANT. /JAPANESE/ YASUMATSU, 08882 N., AND AK~,:KE, S., NIPPON NOGEI KAGAKU KAISHI, 39 /9/, 08883 347-51 /1965/ ?8884 889. 891. 892. 893. 894. 895. 896. STUD I ES ON THE CH£MI CA{_ CONS T I TUENTS OF TOBACCO LEAVES. €. 98891 QRGAN I C AC I DS I N TJRK I SH TOBACCO. /JAPANESE/ FiJKUZU€iI, T. ,08892 TAKAHARA, H., KANEKO, H., AND ON I Sti I, I., J. AGR. CHEM. SCC.FSRy3 JAPAN, 39, 199-203 /1965/ €'t}LOP{ I t!€1-210 I N Ivf.AN. N I Ll., C.R., NATURE, 208 f50091. 423-h28 /1 965/ 08894 !89 i+ 08912 I'OLONIUM-210 A'#4! YSh'S OF VEGETABLES, CURED AND t1NCLlREt3 e8921 TOBACCO, AND ASSOCIATED SOILS. BERGER, K.C», ERHARCYT, W.H.,08922 AND f'RANC I S, C.w,, sC I ENCE, 1511, /3704/, 173t~-9 /1965/ 08923 ~~ ON THE QUEST I ON OF N-NI TROSQ CCMPOtfROS i M TOBACCO SMOKE 089;1 ~ . - /GFhhfAN/ liEt1RATH, G., P I RMANN, B. , AND WI CIiERN H . , 0893" ~ _ BEITRAGE ZUR TABAKFORSCHUNC, Zlif 311-319 f19~~f #8943 I'~ rt ON THE QtJ£ST I 4i`t OF !i-N I TROS(3 COM#'Ot.lt6~ IN TOBACCO SMOKE. t€. !l89- t c77~ NEURATH, G. P I RMANN, B., i.UT T I CH, k'. , AND idI CHERtf, H., #89#+2 C,C PREPR,IHT. ff96bi ' 08943 ep CH€aMI CA1 S TUt} I Ea ON N I NHYDR I N-PQS 1 T I VE COMPOUNDS IN CURED 6895 1 _ ' ~ TOBACCO LE"YES. I I. I St?LAT I qN OF 1-DEOXY-1-L-t'RQL€NO-D- 08952 ~~ F€?JCTCtSE. iOMI TA, H., NOGUC€il, P4., AND TAMA4GI,€., 08953 AGRICULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL C€€£MISTRY4 29 /6/ 515-9 /1965/ f8954 CARC I NOG€:NI C!1Nfl CCT-CARC INOGEN I C SUBS TANCES IN T68ACC0 SMOKE. 08961 ~
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BONNET, J., AVO NEUKM4, S., ACTA t1NlO tNTERNAT1t}MAtiS CONTRA CANCR#~!, 15 561 ~3 1i9591 897. PRESENCE OF F~l~.Y~-'~3CLE.~R tiY#}Rt}CAR80NS tN CIGARET SMOKE. COOPER, RL. AN{7 L1#DS£'l, A.,i., CHEM. /140 INDUSTRY, P. 1205 ii%il 898. DETEp~~'~.f ~I~tStA~T ! t?~(~t ~t}F P'?~r A~S~Sy ~l tiM }~A(t~i i.i~^? C~AtC i UM #p ? t~ TOBACCO. ~s ~+ ~@ }~}/ iR 4Fi7 i" ~ R s i-i . A ^l'.46F kf l~D ~ F ' +.i.q,~ i.~ J T\ . F a/.A.1t./4.4. r °~17 F~' / 521-5 /f966d 899. RADf L'M-226 AND PO' "4{ tM-210 I N SUR! EY AND C iG,R,R, WRAPPER TOBACCO. TSO; ?'.G. 0, HARLEY, N.A0M1, AND ALEXANDER, L.T, r TtNVACrO SC # ENCE X, 105-106 /3 966l 900. 3 SQLAT 1 t}!1 OF 5-NYOk{3XYMEFHYLFURFURAL FROM C 1 GARETTE SMOKE CONDENSAT"E. BLACl4i t~.K,, CHEMISTRY AND I~US~`RY, ~'. 13~ /~ ~~1
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09 n e ® lo I I I rl I --- - -tr;:. 6: ACEVEDO, A. At3AH£%, S. AHLMANN, J. AMR£N5, J. F. a}W9CE, S. A4CINAGA, Y. AKSU, S. A! QRtDuE, G. P. ALEKSANt?ROV, K. ALEXANDER, L. i. P.~ f~{~llyii, V s R. AL': OR'? , E , AMBAYE, R. ANASTASOV, A. ANCNETA, S.F. ,AN{3ERS, F. ANBREE CHEVA, M. ANGLiN, C. ANZALDO, F.E. A~~~t~4i, IG.~^ K~p1#= J3r, J • p3 • ~7`ivN, ~.7a ASMAEV, P. C. ASMUS, E. AYRES, C. t. BABA, Y, BA3LER, S. BACK, M.E. BACOT, A.M, BADGER, G.M. BAt?R£ R. BKEBLiR, S. BA1LEY, EsJ. BAILQV, 8. 8AN£RJ f , P. BAtAT TA, EtlMOND J. BARBEE, r. BIIRBEZAT-DEBREU! h, S. $ARKEMEYER, H. BARaN, P. BARRETT, R.E. BATEAiAN, R.C. BATES, w, BATTISTA, S. P. E3AYL£Y, A. BELL, J. P. BELL, J. P. BEL.LtN, S. A. BELLOMONTE G. BEtt~}C?RAtTt~ J,G. BEP#TLEY, H.A, UC,c7VE.Ril,7fC,, P. BERGER, K. C. AUTHOR Y NDEX RiA 537 bR 2 Z4~ 532 1 5d5t 7#e 876 64 ;97,22k;488,615,676,687,705r112 `sA5 ~56 530 753 23,88,89,91 .W 797,817 832 435 721 867 880 260 612 146 376,813 563 770 69,148.582 36=0 71+6,84-0,822,823,826 354,859 812 i93,i27,4$9 &#G 6,4t,t23;i62,349,5h0:~~~:~}~~ J69 9A 252,653 11 3-1 9 471,538,61113,604.605:834A58 387,551,552.M;95,95 142 l61,710,7t 1 .?Z2.738,804 367,899 186 36,38,1E9,347,456 243 ~1: Wfl
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