Indoor Air Chemistry. Comparative study between conventional cigarette and heat-not-burn technology


Authored by  C Goujon-Ginglinger, P B Campelos, S Maeder, M Mitova, N Mottier, E G R Rouget, M Tharin, A R Tricker, M Smith

Presented at The Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting 2015     

Abstract

Erratum: Study Design Section – ISO 17024 corrected to ISO 17025 04.12.2015 Introduction and Scope Operation of PMI’s heat-not-burn product THS2.2 results in significantly reduced formation of harmful and potentially harmful constituents, compared to conventional cigarettes, and no sidestream aerosol. The objective of the study was to assess the impact of using THS2.2 on Indoor Air Chemistry (IAC) based on 18 markers of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).  

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