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Exhaled Electronic Cigarette Emissions: What’s Your Secondhand Exposure?

Monday, April 13, 2015  
Posted by: Natalia Gromov
Johnathan Thornburg, PhD, Quentin Malloy, PhD, Seung-Hyun Cho, PhD, William Studabaker, PhD, Youn Ok Lee, PhD.
Exhaled Electronic Cigarette Emissions: What’s Your Secondhand Exposure?
RTI Press Research Brief. March 2015. Publication No. RB-0008-1503.

Electronic cigarettes are a rapidly growing business with annual sales doubling yearly to $1 billion in 2013. Little scientifie evidence exists on secondhand exposures to the aerosols and vapors exhaled by the user of an electronic cigarette. A non-user may be exposed to aerosol particles smaller than 1000 nanometers, similar in size to tobacco smoke and diesel engine smoke. The aerosol and gases produced by e-cigarettes contain nicotine, glycerine/glycols, artificial flavorings, and preservatives.

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