Carcinogens Form from Third-Hand Smoke
There is NO benefit whatsoever to smoking, none!
~ Uncle Russ
ScienceDaily (Feb. 9, 2010) — Nicotine in third-hand smoke, the residue from tobacco smoke that clings to virtually all surfaces long after a cigarette has been extinguished, reacts with the common indoor air pollutant nitrous acid to produce dangerous carcinogens. This new potential health hazard was revealed in a multi-institutional study led by researchers with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. “Carcinogens Form from Third-Hand Smoke.” ScienceDaily 9 February 2010
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