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Mary E Counts, Mohammad R Hajaligol, Constance H Morgan, Ulysses Smith, Francis M Sprinkel, Francis V Utsch: Flavor-delivery article. Philip Morris Incorporated, Jeffrey H Ingerman, September 8, 1992: US05144962 (279 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for releasing flavor components from a flavor-generating medium using an electric heating element are provided. A non-combustion flavor-generating article uses electrical energy to power a heating element which heats tobacco or other flavorants. The flavor-generating medium is ...


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Chandra K Banerjee, Ernest G Farrier, John H Reynolds IV, Henry T Ridings, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Michael D Shannon, Gary R Shelar: Smoking article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, December 22, 1987: US04714082 (195 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a smoking article, preferably in cigarette form, which produces an aerosol that resembles tobacco smoke. The article preferably comprises a short combustible fuel element having a density greater than 0.5 g/cc, a separate substrate bearing an aerosol forming material ...


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Brian C Chard, Christopher R Bale, Beresford R Gill, David Herron, Stephen J Garrett: Smoking device. Larson and Taylor, July 18, 1989: US04848374 (187 worldwide citation)

A smoking device for releasing an aerosol into the mouth of a smoker comprises in combination, a chamber into which a mixture of air and a liquid aerosol precursor is introduced, a heat source surrounding the chamber, a first duct providing communication between the chamber and a smoker's mouth, whe ...


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Jack F Clearman, Thomas L Gentry, Gary R Shelar: Smoking article with tobacco jacket. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, July 12, 1988: US04756318 (179 worldwide citation)

The present invention preferably relates to a smoking article which is capable of producing substantial quantities of aerosol, both initially and over the useful life of the product, without significant thermal degradation of the aerosol former and without the presence of substantial pyrolysis or in ...


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Donald L Roberts, Carl C Morrison, Johnny L Brooks, Evon L Crooks, Bradley J Ingebrethsen: Aerosol delivery article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, April 11, 1989: US04819665 (168 worldwide citation)

An aerosol delivery article is capable of producing substantial quantities of smoke, both initially and over the useful lifetime of the product, without significant thermal degradation of the aerosol former and without the presence of substantial pyrolysis or incomplete combustion products or sidest ...


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Johnny L Brooks, Donald L Roberts, Jerry S Simmons: Smoking articles utilizing electrical energy. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, August 14, 1990: US04947874 (165 worldwide citation)

Smoking articles employ an electrical resistance heating element and an electrical power source to provide a tobacco-flavored smoke or aerosol and other sensations of smoking. The smoking articles advantageously comprise a disposable portion and a reusable controller. The disposable portion, which m ...


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Gary R Shelar: Pipe with replaceable cartridge. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, November 24, 1987: US04708151 (163 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a smoking article which has the appearance of a conventional pipe. The pipe of the present invention is capable of producing substantial quantities of aerosol, preferably without significant thermal degradation of the aerosol former and without the presence of substa ...


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Pierre G Steiner: Tar-free smoking devices. Robbins & Laramie, October 2, 1984: US04474191 (160 worldwide citation)

Disposable smoking devices disclosed in a variety of pipe, cigarette or cigar configurations, and designed to totally suppress the inhalation by the user of the toxic substances contained in tobacco smoke. This goal is achieved by keeping the air-intake channel separated from the combustion chamber ...


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Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Henry T Ridings, John H Reynolds IV: Smoking article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, December 27, 1988: US04793365 (153 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a smoking article which produces an aerosol that resembles tobacco smoke, but contains no more than a minimal amount of incomplete combustion or pyrolysis products.


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Henry T Ridings, Chandra K Banerjee: Aerosol delivery article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, July 17, 1990: US04941483 (144 worldwide citation)

An aerosol delivery article provides flavor or a dose of a drug by heating a flavor or a drug, but not burning any material. A heat source which includes granular magnesium, granular iron, and finely divided cellulose generates heat upon contact thereof with an aqueous solution of potassium chloride ...



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