Department of Graduate Studies
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Retention of nicotine on porous, hydrophilic surfaces can be long enough to allow reaction with ambient gases to form TSNAs (tobacco specific nitrosamines).
Potential risk for third-hand exposure over time appears to be low, but should be verified by longer term studies.
Use of ECs (electronic cigarettes) should be consistent with traditional cigarette smoking policies.
American Industrial Hygiene Foundation Conference and Expo (AIHceExp)
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Floyd, E., & Marcham, C. (2018). Exposure Implications of Electronic Cigarette Surface Contamination. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/950