Lets start by defining a few words in laymans terms.
Adhesion: bonding together of unlike substances (molecules in our case)
Fused: or fusing: joining together of like substances in the molten or near molten state.
Alumina: Aluminum oxide: the non-conductive and heat resistance coating formed on resistance wire when we heat our coils.
Covalent bond: the molecular alignment of atoms within alumina which hold it together as a material.
Updated 10-21-2014 at 10:10 PM by cigatron
Short answer: Only if contaminated with flavored juice. Many of you may have noticed that the winds of old gunky coils removed from tanks or drippers seem to be stuck together. Gently pulling on the legs reveals that they are indeed stuck together. Firmly adhered at that. But lesser so if the coil was recently dryburned. Raised my curiosity so I started some experiments a while ago.
Ran tests for adhesion on a dozen coils on a dripper where coils could be removed for testing without
"Taste is subjective..." Blah, blah, blah..
"What works for me, may not work for you..." Blah, blah.
"All that really matters is that you aren't smoking cigarettes..." Blah...
Now that the preliminaries are stated...I wanted to know WHICH of the competing tanks was best for ME...I needed to buy at least one new tank, I've just plain worn out most of my Aspire BDC tanks. They served me well, are relatively inexpensive and easy for my old arthritic
Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor
I have listed Pie Recipes, Cereal Recipes, Candy Bar Recipes, and now Danishes:
Cinnamon Danish (my ADV for last couple of years)
Cinnamon Danish - 10%
Cotton Candy - 10%
Bavarian Cream - 6%
Peach Danish - Original (my third ADV....ever!)
Juicy Peach 8%
Vanilla Custard 4%
Brown Sugar 2%
Sweet Cream 1%
Raspberry Frosted Danish