There are about 600 ingredients in cigarettes. When burned, they create more than 4,000 chemicals. At least 50 of these chemicals are known to cause cancer, and many are poisonous.
Many of these substances are also found in consumer products, but these products have warning labels. While the public was warned about the danger of toxic substances in these products, there is no such danger to the toxins in the tobacco smoke.
These are some of the chemicals in tobacco smoke, and other places you will find:
- Acetone - is in Polish
- Acetyl alcohol - an ingredient in hair dye
- Ammonia - a household cleaner
- Arsenic - used in rat poison
- Benzene - found in rubber cement Butane - used in lighter fluid
- Cadmium - active component in battery acid
- Carbon Monoxide - released in automobile exhaust
- Formaldehyde - embalming liquid
- Hexamine - is found in the liquid barbecue for lighters
- Lead - used in batteries
- Naphthalene - an ingredient in mothballs
- Methanol - a major component Fuel for rocket
- Nicotine - used as an insecticide
- Tar - road paving material
- Toluene - used for paint production
- For comparison, the content Of the liquid for the production of vapor in electronic cigarettes, commonly known as e-juice or e-liquid, is a solution of propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), and/or polyethylene glycol 400 (PEG400) Concentrates; And optionally, a variable concentration of nicotine. There is no combustion or chemical paper.