Introduction. The assessment of the number of juveniles that smoke would be more effective with a quick and efficient chemical test rather than randomized surveys (Luepker et al. 1981). Smoking has been shown to be a source of cyanide, which results in increased levels of thiocyanate that can be detected spectrophotometrically. .
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