How electronic cigarettes work ?

 

   Electronic Cigarette: How Does it work?   How Do Electronic Cigarettes Work?  A Electronic Cigarette: How Does it work? A Electronic cigarettes, which is also known as e-cigarettes,smokeless cigarettes,or e-cigs, that are now using an alternative method of consuming nicotine at present.

The scientists are  found the addictive chemical in tobacco. The manufacturers often design their electronic -cigarettes as like regular cigarettes, but they do not contains any tobacco and don’t require a match — or fire at all.

How electronic cigarettes work?

An electronic -cigarettes is one kind of battery-powered device that can converts liquid nicotine into a mist, or vapor and that the user inhales.

There are no fire, no ash and no smoky smell in an electronic -cigarettes . E-cigarettes does not contain all of the harmful chemicals associated with smoking tobacco cigarettes, such as tar and carbon dioxide .

The satisfied customers and the manufacturers company says that electronic -cigarettes is a healthier alternative to tobacco cigarettes,

that causes the millions of deaths each year. Some users says that electronic -cigarettes have a good impact to quit smoking or stop smoking from  their real smoking or smoker’s cough, also have good impact to do sharpened their senses of taste and smell, and even improved their sleep.

The first electronic cigarette was invented by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik, who was patented the device in 2003 and was introduced it at the same year to the Chinese market. Now Numerous companies are selling electronic cigarettes to customers all over the world.

How electronic cigarettes work,there are have two main parts of electronic cigarettes  one is battery and another is atomizer.
Mainly battery supply heat to atomizer, atomizer create vapor with the help of liquid.

Electronic cigarettes do not have any bad effect as like as general cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes is also more cheaper than general cigarettes and it’s popularity are increasing day by day.

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