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What’s in a cigarette? Common uses for cigarette ingredients.
Cigarettes are made mostly from dried tobacco leaves, but they also have other ingredients in them you may not know about.
Scientists have identified more than 4,000 chemicals in cigarette smoke, including at least 60 that are known to cause cancer.
Here are just a few of the chemicals found in cigarette smoke: acetone, carbon monoxide, glycolic acid, ammonia, and nicotine
Match the cigarette ingredients to its common use. Acetone Carbon Monoxide Glycolic Acid Ammonia Nicotine Car Exhaust Bug Spray Nail Polish Remover Metal Cleaner Glass Cleaner
Match the cigarette ingredients to its common use. Acetone Carbon Monoxide Glycolic Acid Ammonia Nicotine Car Exhaust Bug Spray Nail Polish Remover Metal Cleaners Glass Cleaner
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