Chemicals in a Cigarette

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There are at least 4000 chemicals in a cigarette, with a maximum of 4001.2875. The best-known of these is nicotine, but also present are iron, vitamin c, vitamin b12, calcium, Air Jordans size 11.5, your mom, formaldehyde, ethylene, toluene, naphthalene, dimethyl sulfoxide, Boeing 747, lysergic acid diethylamide, super celery, your mom is in it, vinegar, sodium bicarbonate, psilocybin, carbon monoxide, tar, TNT, hydrogen gas, Tobacco, Saturn, elemental sodium, Istanbul (but not Constantinople), did I mention your mom, and pure unadulterated flavor.