Bump for clarification?
Bump for clarification?
So ----- Not certain if this will do it for you - but it's a good place to begin (the source). Go read:
Electronic cigarette liquids analysis-evaluating potentially harmful ingredients | Indiegogo
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Last edited by Don Robertson; 02-04-2014 at 07:03 PM.
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You are doing our community a great service! I would, personally, like to thank you for that. Keep up the great work! I'm sure that the workload is often times overwhelming...the fund raising, the details required to simply organize the myriad minutiae of information necessary to set up research like this, the time and energy involved...so, from a small faction of this community, I applauded you...
Thank You Dr. Farsalinos and your research assistants!
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My heartfelt thanks go out to you Dr. Farsalinos. It is a great comfort knowing we have an advocate in our corner researching and providing us with scientific facts and evidence. I will be looking forward to your findings.
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Does anyone have any idea of the status of this? It seems like he could have had several vendors samples by now. Did he ever give an idea of when we could expect some results?
We would like to announce that the first samples have already arrived at the laboratory and the analysis will start on Monday February 8. We have collected more than 150 samples from all over the world.
As we have already mentioned, the extra funds will be used for a second research experiment, in which we will assess the delivery of nicotine from the liquid to the vapor of commonly used atomizers available in the market.
Last edited by AgentAnia; 02-26-2014 at 08:32 PM. Reason: typo, that's all...
An important new study was published yesterday by Dr Farsalinos and his team, comparing blood nicotine concentrations from cigalikes versus the Evic in experienced e-cig users. It is summarized here (also contains link to full version of the paper).
I expected higher nicotine absorption from the EVIC with 18 mg/ml at 9 watts. What do you think?
Would anyone like to suggest an alternative, widely available e-cig model that could acheive higher blood nicotine levels?