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Studies on the relationship of leaf tobacco composition to the composition of cigarette smoke. 2. Correlations of mineral content with the tar content of cigarette smoke and the combustibility of cigarettes


, : Studies on the relationship of leaf tobacco composition to the composition of cigarette smoke. 2. Correlations of mineral content with the tar content of cigarette smoke and the combustibility of cigarettes. Scientific Papers of the Central Research Institute, Japan Monopoly Corporation (113): 179-183

K and NO3 contents of Burley and native tobacco were higher than those of flue-cured tobaccos and were larger in cutter than in tips or leaf tobacco.

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