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Metallic toxicity of E-cig Vapor Similar to Everyday Air, Says Vaping Study
Anti-vaping lobbyists often claim that the vapor from e-cigs vapor may be just as deadly as the second-hand smoke from combustible cigarettes. Many have also tried to link vaping to allegedly causing popcorn lung while others have spread the false report that vaping propylene glycol is tantamount to vaping antifreeze. Both accusations are proven to be totally false. Now, a recent study conducted by scientists from two American universities debunks the myth that vaping is just as metallically toxic as conventional cigarettes. e-cig vapor Led by Dr. Dominic Palazzolo of Tennessee's Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) in accordance with researchers from LMU and William Carey University (WCU) of Missouri, the research team set out to measure the levels of multiple trace metals found in e-cig vapor while comparing them to those of combustible cigarette smoke. After monitoring for an extensive list of metallic toxicities including arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, copper, iron, manganese, nickel, lead, and zinc, the scientists concluded that the amounts of trace metals found in e-cig vapor is no more than that of normal, everyday, ambient air in most cases. The Palazzolo study entitled Trace Metals Derived from Electronic Cigarette (ECIG) Generated Aerosol: Potential Problem of ECIG Devices That Contain Nickel is readily available via the Frontiers in Physiology website. As a basis for comparison, the researchers measured the toxicity levels produced from an e-liquid with a nicotine concentration of 7ml vaped at normal temperatures that did not exceed 350 degrees Celsius. The second-hand smoke was produced from a typical Marlboro cigarette purchased locally. More details you can see in https://www.vapes.com/blogs/news/metallic-toxicity-of-e-cig-vapor-is-similar-to-everyday-air-says-vaping-study
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