Inhalation Methodology

Inhalation Toxicology for Testing Chemicals:


Inhalation Toxicity for Testing Tobacco:

  • Cigarettes – Determination of total and nicotine-free dry particulate matter using a routine analytical smoking machine, ISO 4387:2000
  • ISO and Health Canada intense smoking parameters – Part 1: Results of an international machine smoking study, ISO/TR 19478-1:2014
  • ISO and Health Canada intense smoking parameters – Part 2: Examination of factors contributing to variability in the routine measurement of TPM, water and NFDPM smoke yields of cigarettes, ISO/TR 19478-2:2015
  • Routine analytical cigarette-smoking machine – Definitions and standard conditions, ISO 3308:2012
  • Standard Operating Procedure for Intense Smoking of Cigarettes, WHO (World Health Organization)
  • Tobacco and tobacco products – Atmosphere for conditioning and testing, ISO 3402:1999
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