In case you did not know, a classic cigarette contains 43 cancer-causing chemicals. Cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 different chemicals, of which over 300 are toxic to humans: nicotine, arsenic, radon, cyanide, phenol, DDT, asbestos, benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde.
Below are strung most dangerous chemicals present in one cigarette.
Bhutan - is a gaseous fuel
Hexamine - is used to ignite the grill
Toluene - is an industrial solvent
Stearic acid - found in candle wax
Carbon monoxide - very dangerous
Acetone - used for cleaning nail varnish
Methanol - rocket fuel
Arsenic - poison for rats
Cadmium - used to produce batteries
Also find cyanide in classical cigarettes and banned insecticide called DDT.
Conventional cigarettes contain formaldehyde, which is used in the preservation of animal corpses.
In conventional cigarettes find and lead, which is poisonous in large quantities, and polonium, a radioactive element that causes cancer.