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APA Style Sheet 1 Cigarette Smoking Unit 4 Individual Project Doris Escalera American Intercontinental University
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APA Style Sheet 2 Abstract In this paper I will be discussing all aspects of the effects that are linked to cigarette smoking and what disease can be created by smoking. There are several things that can be a killer when it comes to smoking therefore it is imperative to know all the effects that cause lung cancer and carbon monoxide poisoning.
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APA Style Sheet 3 Cigarette Smoke There are several aspects of cigarette smoke and the main components are carbon monoxide (co) hydrogen cyanide (hcn) and nitrogen oxides that are gases. There are more things that are in it such as formaldehyde, acrolein, benzene and certain nitrosamines that are harmful chemicals that are contains in the liquid vapors of the aerosol of smoke. The HCN in a cigarette is the major component in which affects the respiratory system that attacks the ceilia which line the respiratory tract and is also the effect of the placenta for a growing fetus. There is also the effect of the optic neuropathy in which causes nerve damage. The major
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course ENG COMP 105 taught by Professor Thompson during the Fall '11 term at American InterContinental University.

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