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Once a cigarette is lit, it releases more than 4,000 chemicals into the air, more than 40 of them are carcinogenic.
Cigarette smoke substances are absorbed and spread through the human body.
Nicotine An addictive drug, found in WEEDKILLER
Carbon Monoxide Poisonous, found in AUTO EXHUAST FUMES
Tar Carcinogen, absorbed into blood
Ammonia Poisonous gas, floor cleaner
Arsenic Ant poison
Acetone Polish remover
Polonium 210 Power in satellites
Methylamine Tanning lotion
Toluene Explosives
Methanol Aviation fuel
DDT Insecticide
Hydrogen cyanide Poisonous gas for executing people in the States
Formaldehyde Embalming fluid
Phenol Toilet disinfectant
Radioactive elements Poisonous chemical, e.g. Arsenic, Mercury, Cadmium, Nickel