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  • BASIC SUBSTANCE OF CIGARETTE
    BASIC SUBSTANCE OF CIGARETTES AND THEIR HARMFUL EFFECTS
  • The lungs are made up of approximately 350 million tiny sacs called alveoli, where carbon dioxide from the body is exchanged for oxygen from the air. Various diseases that affect the lungs either destroy the alveoli directly, as does emphysema, or impair the alveoli’s ability to exchange gases. This picture shows the effects of emphysema (caused by smoking) on lung tissue.
  • Main substance of cigarette
    NICOTINE - stimulant
    TAR- yellow brown substance
    CARBON MONOXIDE- odorless and poisonous gas
  • Elements of tobacco
    BENZOPYRENE
    Yellowish crystalline solid in cigarette
  • METHANOL
    poisonous alcohol used in fuel or solvent
  • ACETIC ACID
    Main component of vinegar
  • CADMIUM
    Metallic element in denture
  • FORMALDEHYDE
    gas, use to preserve organic substance
  • ARSENIC
    Poisonous element used in glass manufacturing
  • AMMONIA
    Gas, used in explosive and plastic
  • B UTANE
    Flammable gas used in fuel.
  • NITROGEN DIOXIDE – brown gas, poisonous
    Present in smog
    Exhaust in vehicle
  • ENDRIN
    insecticide
  • HYDROGEN CYNIDE – very poisonous gas.
  • question
    WHAT ARE THE SUBSTANCES THAT CAN BE FOUND IN A TOBACCO?