Chemical structures of 11 alkaloids in a tobacco leaf are provided: anatabine, anabasine, nornicotine, N-methylanabasine, anabaseine, nicotine, nicotine N′-oxide, myosmine, β-nicotyrine, cotinine, and 2,3′-bipyridyl.

Figure 3.1Tobacco alkaloids

From: 3, Chemistry and Toxicology of Cigarette Smoke and Biomarkers of Exposure and Harm

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