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The Difference Between Vapour And Smoke

Have you ever heard people use the term "vape smoke"? If so, you may or may not realize that there is no such thing as "vape smoke" – in fact, it's a contradiction in terms. In fact, vapors and smoke have almost nothing in common apart from their similar appearance and (in most cases) the presence of nicotine. You can also buy the best vapor express from

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When you smoke a cigarette, the smoke produced is the result of burning the cigarette itself and the ingredients it contains.

Smoke is made up of visible carbon particles, substances you burn, and other combustion by-products – in other words, burning something creates a variety of substances, and many of these substances are very harmful if inhaled.

Evaporation is different because when you vaporize a substance such as an electronic liquid, you change its state. However, the vapor contains the same molecules as the previously vaporized substance. 

Technically, the "vapor" produced by evaporation is not a vapor at all, but an aerosol. This aerosol is a suspension of fine particles of your vape juice that just floats in the air for a short time and then falls to the ground. Because the particles are liquid and not as solid as the particles in cigarette smoke, they don't pose the same risks when inhaled.