Vaping low nicotine e-liquids may increase carbonyl exposure

The study titled Compensatory Puffing With Lower Nicotine Concentration E-liquids Increases Carbonyl Exposure in E-cigarette Aerosols, published on Nicotine and Tobacco Research, Oxford Academic, looked into whether this more intensive puffing leads to inhaling higher levels of carbonyl compounds, namely formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, acetone, and acrolein. The above compounds were measured in liquids and aerosols from … Continue reading Vaping low nicotine e-liquids may increase carbonyl exposure