What Is Smoke?

What Is Smoke?

by Matthew H March 07, 2020

Smoke is left-over carbon or other lighter-than-air particles that remain after a substance has experienced combustion (i.e. has been burnt). Even though we think of something being destroyed after it has been burnt, smoke will continue to carry many active particles from whatever you were burning. For example, if you are allergic to poison ivy, the smoke can still cause rashes. Another example, if you burn tobacco, which naturally contains nicotine, the smoke will still carry nicotine your body can absorb into its bloodstream. In this article, we go into detail about the definition of smoke and how it compares to other activities, such as vaping. 
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