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PUBLISHED BOOKS

1.

Can Tobacco Quality Be Measured?
Publisher: Lockwood Publishing Company, New York, NY USA (1970)
The book has been SOLD OUT but a limited number of clean copies are available for sale.
ISBN #: 0-9772576-0-6

2.

Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke Panel Selection, Training and Use
Ph.D. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC USA (1974). The thesis was not commercially published but the copyright was assigned to Fawky Abdallah in 1975 by Patent & Trademark Office, Washington, DC, USA. For information, contact Dr. Fawky Abdallah. ISBN #: 0-9772576-1-4

3.

Cigarette Product Development
Publisher: Tobacco Reporter/Speccomm International , Raleigh, NC, USA (2004) The Copyright was granted to Fawky Abdallah by the Patent & Trademark Office in Washington, DC, under Reg. # TX 6-084-620/2002 and # TX 6-084-621/2003. Fawky Abdallah applied and the book was assigned ISBN #: 0-9772576-2-2.

PUBLISHED PAPERS
A Series of Articles

1.

SMOKE EVALUATION,
Complexities of chemical analysis and sensory testing Tobacco Reporter, May 2002

2.

SENSORY TESTING,
Test conditions, methods and techniques needed for proper panel evaluation. Tobacco Reporter, June 2002

3.

PANEL SELECTION,
A methodology for selection and preparing subjects for sensory testing panels. Tobacco Reporter, July 2002

4.

PANEL TRAINING,
A methodology for training panel members to perform assigned tasks. Tobacco reporter, August 2002

5.

PANEL CALIBRATION,
A methodology for calibrating and rating the performance of panelists. Tobacco Reporter, September 2002

6.

PANEL USE,
A methodology for use of smoking panels as a measuring device to determine JND (Just Noticeable Difference) for nicotine and sugar in mainstream smoke. Tobacco Reporter, October 2002

7.

TOBACCO TASTE,
An introduction to the sensory properties of tobacco smoke. Tobacco Reporter, November 2002

8.

WHAT MAKES TOBACCO?
Analysis of the complex flavor characteristics of tobacco smoke. Tobacco Reporter, December 2002

9.

CIGARETTE FLAVOR,
A comprehensive study of the important role of flavor in product development. Tobacco Reporter, January 2003

10.

FLAVOR TECHNOLOGY,
An in-depth study of the role of flavor technology in the development of premium American-type blended cigarettes (ABC) with acceptable smoking qualities. Tobacco Reporter, February 2003

11.

KNOW-HOW TRANSFER,
A proposed Modus Operandi for the transfer of the leaf processing know-how needed for the development of premium American blended cigarettes (ABC) of international standard. Tobacco Reporter, March 2003

12.

BLENDING CONCEPTS,
ABC blend development and maintenance. Tobacco Reporter, April 2003

13.

RECON?S NEW ROLE,
Contributions of new-generation reconstituted tobacco sheet to ABC products. Tobacco Reporter, May 2003

14.

PROCESSING TECHNIQUES,
Advances in leaf conditioning, casing, expansion and flavoring. Tobacco Reporter, June 2003

15.

BURLEY FLAVOR,
Chemistry and know-how of burley casing and toasting Tobacco Reporter, July 2003

16.

ACCEPTABILITY AND SAFETY,
Maintaining acceptable smoke while reducing tar and nicotine. Tobacco Reporter, August 2003

17.

THE MILD CONTROVERSY,
Does low tar mean less harmful? Tobacco Reporter, June 2002

18.

TOWARD A SAFER CIGARETTE,
Contributions of blending and processing to meeting regulations while maintaining acceptable smoking qualities. Tobacco Reporter, August, 2003

19.

WHAT FLAVORS!
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about flavorings. Tobacco Reporter, October 2003

20.

REDUCED-RISK CIGARETTES,
A Viable Option? Tobacco Journal International, October 2005

NOTE:
In response to many demands for reprints of the 19 articles published in Tobacco Reporter, they were compiled in the book “Cigarette Product Development”, which is currently available for sale. See Place Order(s) for details.

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