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열분해 조건에 의한 담배 성분과 첨가제의 열분해 특성
The Pyrolytic Behaviors of Tobacco Constituents and Additives by Double-Shot Pyrolyzer

이재곤   (KT&G 중앙연구원CC0187146  ); 장희진   (KT&G 중앙연구원CC0187146  ); 곽재진   (KT&G 중앙연구원CC0187146  ); 이동욱   (KT&G 중앙연구원CC0187146  ); 이창국   (KT&G 중앙연구원CC0187146  );
  • 초록

    This study was conducted to evaluate the characterization of the pyrolysis products of tobacco constituents such as cellulose, lignin and tobacco additives. The pyrolysis condition was designed to simulate the pyrolysis/distillation zone $(200\~600^{\circ}C)$ and combustion zone $(700\~950^{\circ}C)$ of burning com in the smoking cigarette. The pyrolysis products were determined by GC/MS after pyrolysis using Double-Shot pyrolyzer. In the case of cellulose and lignin, the number of pyrolysis product in the condition that simulate the pyrolysis/distillation zone was much more than the combustion zone simulating one. The major products of cellulose were levoglucosan, furfural, and 1, 6-anhydro- $\beta$ -D-glucofuranose and that of lignin were phenol, 2-methoxy phenol, and 1, 2-dimethoxy benzene. In the case of tobacco additives such as 2, 6-dimethyl pyrazine, maltol, and piperonal, the pyrolysis products of these additives were evaporated from the pyrolyszer at least $96\%$ intactly. These results indicate that tobacco constituents such as cellulose and lignin were thermally degraded at the pyrolysis/distillation zone and thoroughly broke down at the combustion zone, but tobacco additives were intactly evaporated from burning com of smoking cigarette.


  • 주제어

    double-shot pyrolyzer .   pyrolysis-distillation zone .   combustion zone .   cellulose .   lignin .   2, 6-dimethyl pyrazine .   maltol .   piperonal.  

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