This clinical trial tests the effect of tobacco flavor and liquid composition on the way a person puffs on a vape (topography). In general, tobacco products are designed with sensory factors in mind, such as flavor, to increase the appeal. Flavors and the composition of nicotine, either made in a lab (synthetic) or from tobacco, may create positive sensory effects, such as look, feel and taste, and influence smoking behavior and willingness to try different types of cigarettes. Understanding how nicotine vaping products are used is important in assessing individual and population level health risks. Vape flavors and synthetic nicotine may be related to harmful effects on health from vaping and may impact the appeal, risk beliefs and vaping topography.
Effects of Tobacco Flavoring and Liquid Composition on Vaping Topography
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