The regulation of tobacco products continues to be a growing focus around the world.
Evaluation of an online, puff-by-puff method for the determination of nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, and total mono-nitrogen oxides in fresh mainstream smoke
The amount of nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and total mono-nitrogen oxides (NOx) in mainstream smoke is of...
Effect of power level on the yield of total aerosol mass and formation of aldehydes in e-cigarette aerosols
The study objective was to determine the effect of power applied to the atomizer of refillable tank-based e-cigarette (EC) devices.
This workshop will be presented in two parts. The first section will focus on the basic design and construction of both typical disposable/rechargeable devices and selected advanced personnel vaporizers.
Do temperature regulated e-cigarettes prevent the formation of thermal decomposition products under dry wick conditions?
The study objective was to determine if temperature regulated e-cigarette (TR-EC) devices could reduce the formation of thermal decomposition products under...
Development, validation and routine use of a method for the determination of carbonyl compounds in cigar smoke
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently finalized a rule that extends its regulatory authority to all tobacco products including cigars.
Determination of aromatic amines through the use of tandem mass spectrometry coupled to gas phase chromatography
The number of compounds of regulatory interest in cigarette smoke has increased in recent years.
The development and adoption of a well characterized reference e-cigarette would be useful during the routine analysis of e-cigarette emissions.
A controlled clinical study was conducted to determine potential constituents in the atmosphere where e-vapor products and cigarettes were used.
The interest in e-cigarette research has resulted in the development of methods for quantitative analysis of chemical constituents present in their aerosols.