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Are e-cigarettes less toxic than cigarettes?

Yes, e-cigarettes are indeed less toxic than cigarettes. We usually have some misunderstandings about cigarettes. We think that nicotine damages our health. In fact, it is not. It is some carcinogenic substances such as tar and formaldehyde produced by the burning of cigarettes. The carcinogenic substances contained in electronic cigarettes are much smaller than cigarettes. What is tar? The vast majority of tar is generated during the smoking process, and its generation, enrichment, and value-added are closely related to the local ignition temperature of the cigarette. During smoking, the local ignition temperature of the cigarette can reach 600-900 °C. ,

the temperature of the red part can reach 980-1050 ℃, and in the interval between two smokings, the temperature drops by about 100-150 ℃. During the smoking process, except for the outer part of the cigarette, it is basically burned under the condition of insufficient oxygen supply, which not only produces a large amount of carbon monoxide, but also generates more types of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, such as benzene, as the coking temperature increases. Carcinogens such as fenugreek, tea, pyrene, and phenol are mostly generated at 700-900 °C, while carcinogens such as phenols and fumaric acid are generated at a low temperature of 500-700 °C. The black marks on the fingers of the smoker and the black marks on the teeth are the tar left by smoking for a long time. The modern father of smoking cessation, the British psychiatrist Michael Russelljiu said: People smoke for nicotine, but they die of tar.

Post time: Sep-09-2022