Determination of Selected Chemical Levels in Room Air and on Surfaces after the Use of Cartridge- and Tank-Based E-Vapor Products or Conventional Cigarettes
Conclusions: Overall, these findings indicate that under the study conditions, with the products tested, the room air levels of the select measurable chemicals during the use of EVPs were relatively small and were several-fold below the current occupational regulatory and consensus limits. The study results could provide further information for the ongoing debate regarding the potential health impact for exposing non-users to chemicals from EVP use.
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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Jianmin Liu, Qiwei Liang, Michael J. Oldham, Ali A. Rostami, Karl A. Wagner, I. Gene Gillman, Piyush Patel, Rebecca Savioz, and Mohamadi Sarkar
Liu, Jianmin et al. “Determination of Selected Chemical Levels in Room Air and on Surfaces after the Use of Cartridge- and Tank-Based E-Vapor Products or Conventional Cigarettes.” International journal of environmental research and public health vol. 14,9 969. 28 Aug. 2017, doi:10.3390/ijerph14090969