There are around 4,000 components in a cigarette but these are the main ones.
Color Key:Blue: used in fuel.
Green: dangerous to inhale and can cause brain, pulmonary or cardiac issues.
Black: not as toxic as the others.
Butane is used in the lighters.
Acetone is a chemical component used in fuel of cars.
Methanol is used as a fuel for racing cars and for rockets.
Methane is a fuel for gas turbine in chemistry.
Naphthylamine is used to make dyes.
Pyrene is used to make dyes.
Urethane is used to make car seats.
Vinyl Chloride is used in reactors.
Toluidine is used in pesticides.
Polonium is used on brushes to clean.
Cyanide and Arsenic are two very dangerous poisons. They were used in gas chambers during World War II.
Dimethylnitrosamine is also used in pesticides.
Cadmium is used in TV pigments and in nuclear bombs.
Stearic acid provokes the same reaction as alcohol drinks.
Toluene is used in paint.
Ammonia is a disinfectant and is a component of fuel.
Paint as you know is dangerous to inhale.
Carbon monoxide is a chemical that results from an incomplete combustion.
Hexamine can be used as an antibiotic.
Nicotine is a principal component of a cigarette that causes a need to smoke and makes you continue smoking.
Acetic acid is used in vinegar.
It is hard to believe that there are such components in a cigarette but it is true! Cigarettes are not only made with tobacco!