Reactions of cigarette smoking                    Deana Bitikofer                      CHM 122
● There areapproximately 4000chemicals incigarettes, hundredsof them are toxic.● The ingredients incigarettes affectnearly...
Benzene is classified as a Group A carcinogen, bythe Environmental Protection Agency.
Benzene can be found in pesticidesand gasoline. It has high levels incigarette smoke, and is responsiblefor half of all hu...
Benzene found in cigarettes, cause destruction      to all parts of the human body.
Benzene is one of the top 20 chemicals     produced in the United States.Natural sources of Benzene are in volcano        ...
Benzene irritatesthe lining of theairway, exposurecan severelydamage thelungs causingfluidaccumulationand bleeding.Which c...
Benzene isstored in fat andbone marrowand convertedinto metabolitesin the liver andbone marrow.Benzene isexcreted in urine...
Benzene can causeleukemia, cancer ofthe white blood cells.Benzene can causepancytopenia, aserious bone marrowdisorder. Ind...
Benzene is the simplest aromatic hydrocarbon, some cause    pleasant smells, like vanilla. Poison ivy also contains abenze...
Reference Slide:◦ Martin, Terry; The effects of Smoking on HumanHealth. 2008, July 20◦ Martin, Terry; Chemicals in Cigaret...
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Reactions of cigarette smoking

  1. 1. Reactions of cigarette smoking Deana Bitikofer CHM 122
  2. 2. ● There areapproximately 4000chemicals incigarettes, hundredsof them are toxic.● The ingredients incigarettes affectnearly all of thebodies functions.● They are addictiveand deadly!
  3. 3. Benzene is classified as a Group A carcinogen, bythe Environmental Protection Agency.
  4. 4. Benzene can be found in pesticidesand gasoline. It has high levels incigarette smoke, and is responsiblefor half of all human exposure.
  5. 5. Benzene found in cigarettes, cause destruction to all parts of the human body.
  6. 6. Benzene is one of the top 20 chemicals produced in the United States.Natural sources of Benzene are in volcano eruptions and forest fires
  7. 7. Benzene irritatesthe lining of theairway, exposurecan severelydamage thelungs causingfluidaccumulationand bleeding.Which can causedeath.
  8. 8. Benzene isstored in fat andbone marrowand convertedinto metabolitesin the liver andbone marrow.Benzene isexcreted in urineafter 48 hours
  9. 9. Benzene can causeleukemia, cancer ofthe white blood cells.Benzene can causepancytopenia, aserious bone marrowdisorder. Individualsexposed to benzenehave less red bloodcells, white blood cellsand platelets in theirbone marrow.A low platelet countcan causeuncontrolled bleedingand possibly death.
  10. 10. Benzene is the simplest aromatic hydrocarbon, some cause pleasant smells, like vanilla. Poison ivy also contains abenzene ring. We need to look at benzene as a poison and tryto protect ourselves from them. It is interesting that benzene can be used for fragrances, but also kill you.
  11. 11. Reference Slide:◦ Martin, Terry; The effects of Smoking on HumanHealth. 2008, July 20◦ Martin, Terry; Chemicals in Cigarettes: What theyare and how they harm us. 2012, May 09◦ Bateman, Cynthia; Health Effects of Benzene.2010, July 01◦ St. John M.D., Tina; Harmful Effects of Benzene.2010, April 04◦Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.2007, August

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