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Analysis of the Cigarette Smokes, One of the More Significant Indoor Contaminant by Non–targeted High Resolution Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry

Date de publication: 24 janvier 2016

F. Aubriet, S. Schramm, V. Carré
Chapter in Environmental Sci. & Eng. Vol. 3 : Air and Noise Pollution 131-175 (2016).

Travail réalisé sur le site de l’Université de Lorraine.

Abstract

Cigarette smoke is one of the more significant indoor contaminant. Cigarette smoke is associated with gas phase and aerosol phase components. The cigarette smokes and especially the aerosols are of major concern from a toxicological viewpoint, for both active and passive smoking. Indeed a large part of them is retained by the different levels of human respiratory system.