Nicotine definition

Nicotine means nicotinic alkaloids;
Nicotine means the same as that term is defined in Section 76-10-101.
Nicotine means any form of the chemical nicotine,

Examples of Nicotine in a sentence

  • Nicotine salt pod-based e- cigarettes among African American and Latinx smokers: A randomized clinical trial.

  • Kuwabara H., Heishman S.J., Brasic J.R., Contoreggi C., Cascella N., Mackowick K.M., Taylor R., Rousset O., Willis W., Huestis M.A., Concheiro M., Wand G., Wong D.F., Volkow N.D. Mu Opioid Receptor Binding Correlates with Nicotine Dependence and Reward in Smokers.

  • Available Section 7: Part 1of this CD–RomThe Cancer Council NSW 2006, Nicotine Replacement Products: The Pros and Cons.

  • Available at: pubs/2005/lets_take_a_moment.pdfQueensland Health 2003, SmokeCheck, Indigenous Tobacco Brief Intervention Program, Queensland Government, Brisbane.Queensland Health 2006, Helping Smokers Quit: A Health Professional’s Guide to Brief Intervention (5As Chart), Queensland Government.Available at: SA 2006, Summary of Nicotine Replacement Therapies.

  • Nicotine increases pulse rate, increases contractility of heart muscle, blood pressure, causes narrowing of coronary blood vessels and respiratory disorders even nicotine also causes cancer (9).

More Definitions of Nicotine

Nicotine means any form of the chemical nicotine, including any salt or complex, regardless of whether the chemical is naturally or synthetically derived.
Nicotine means the same as the term is defined in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. Sec. 387(12) (2013).
Nicotine means nicotinic alkaloids.
Nicotine means an alkaloid derived of tobacco and other plants, or produced synthetically which has addictive and other physiological effects when ingested or inhaled.
Nicotine means the chemical substance named 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl) pyridine or C INF 10H INF 14N INF 2, including any salt or complex of nicotine.
Nicotine means nicotine alkaloids;
Nicotine means a poisonous, nitrogen containing chemical that is made synthetically or derived from tobacco or other plants.