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As a new generation of electronic cigarettes is being developed, researchers are looking at how they might interact with the existing world of cigarette smoke.
But researchers are also looking at ways to tweak the chemistry of e-cigarettes to better mimic the taste of traditional cigarettes.
“We need to figure out how we can change the chemistry and the way that nicotine is produced,” said lead author Eric Zahn, a graduate student at UC Berkeley’s Department of Chemistry.
“You don’t have to go into the cigarette anymore. “
The other thing we want to do is make it so that when you take the e-cigarette out of the cigarette, you are inhaling nicotine,” he added.
“Because nicotine is a really addictive chemical, it has been shown that if you reduce the nicotine, you can reduce the addictive effects of smoking. “
So it’s possible that this could be a possible way to reduce nicotine intake.” “
Because nicotine is a really addictive chemical, it has been shown that if you reduce the nicotine, you can reduce the addictive effects of smoking.
So it’s possible that this could be a possible way to reduce nicotine intake.”
The researchers are studying how electronic cigarettes affect the chemistry behind nicotine in the lungs, and how it might interact in a similar way with the chemistry present in the cigarette smoke that is used to create the smoke.
They’re also looking into how e-cigs might work in a cigarette-like environment, such as an enclosed space.
The researchers say that a study of electronic cigarette chemistry could lead to a new approach to treating tobacco addiction.
“Electronic cigarettes are potentially an excellent way to improve nicotine addiction,” said Zahn.
“It’s really important to understand how they work and how they affect the metabolism of nicotine, because the only way to get rid of the addictive effect of smoking is to eliminate the nicotine from the system,” he said.
In the study, published online in ACS Chemical Biology on Aug. 12, the researchers analyzed the chemistry in a range of nicotine-containing e-cig vapor products.
They found that the chemistry is different from what’s normally produced in conventional cigarettes.
They also found that when they added the e