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Toxicant levels are on average 95 percent less in e-cig emissions compared to smoke

(R&D at British American Tobacco) In the most comprehensive chemical comparison to date between smoke and e-cigarette emissions, toxicant levels in e-cigarette vapor was found to be on average 95 percent less than in conventional cigarette smoke. A comparison between the vapour from Vype ePen -- a commercially available e-cigarette -- and 3R4F -- a reference cigarette -- revealed substantial reductions in the e-Pen emissions for all toxicant groups measured.
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