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What kinds of different chemicals are in cigarettes?

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Dr. Melvin Glover
Family Medicine
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In brief: Many

Nicotine (addictive component), tar (damages lungs), carbon monoxide (decreases the oxygen in the blood), formaldehyde (used to preserve dead bodies), ammonia chemical found in cleaning solutions), cadmium (found in batteries), acetone (found in nail polish remover), arsenic (found in rat poison), hydrogen cyaninde (poison).

In brief: Many

Nicotine (addictive component), tar (damages lungs), carbon monoxide (decreases the oxygen in the blood), formaldehyde (used to preserve dead bodies), ammonia chemical found in cleaning solutions), cadmium (found in batteries), acetone (found in nail polish remover), arsenic (found in rat poison), hydrogen cyaninde (poison).
Dr. Melvin Glover
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