Vaping Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers
Fun long interesting trivia quiz about vaping and e-cigarettes.
Vaping Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers
What is an e-cigarette?
A: An electronic cigarette or e-cigarette is a handheld electronic device that simulates the feeling of smoking.
How does it work?
A: It works by heating a liquid to generate an aerosol that the user inhales.
What is using e-cigarettes is commonly called?
The liquid in the e-cigarette, called e-liquid is usually made of what?
A: Nicotine, propylene glycol, glycerin, and flavorings.
Not all e-liquids contain what?
The health risks of e-cigarettes are what?
When used by non-smokers, e-cigarettes can lead to what?
A: Nicotine addiction.
There is concern that “who” could start smoking after using e-cigarettes?
So far, no serious “what” have been reported in trials?
A: Adverse effects.
Less serious adverse effects include what?
A: Throat and mouth irritation, vomiting, nausea, and coughing.
E-cigarettes create an aerosol, commonly called what?
The majority of toxic chemicals found in tobacco smoke are absent in what?
A: e-cigarette aerosol
Those present are mostly below what percentage of the corresponding levels in tobacco smoke?
The aerosol can contain toxicants and traces of what?
A: Heavy metals.
When was the modern e-cigarette invented?
A: In 2003 by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik.
As of 2018
most e-cigarettes are made where?
A: In China
When were they were first sold?
A: In 2004
What are the reasons for using e-cigarettes?
A: Trying to quit smoking, reduce risk, or save money.
As of 2014
, the majority of users still do what?
A: Smoke tobacco
There are concerns that dual use of tobacco products and e-cigarettes may what?
A: Delay or deter quitting.
About 60% of UK users are smokers and roughly how many are ex-smokers?
In the UK use among never-smokers was what?
Because of overlap with tobacco laws and medical
drug policies, e-cigarette legislation is what?
A: Debated in many countries.
A European directive of 2016
set standards for what?
A: Liquids, vaporizers, ingredients and child-proof liquid containers.
As of August 2016, the US FDA extended its regulatory power to include what?
How many brands of e-cigarettes are there?
A: Around 500, with global sales in excess of US$7 billion.
E-cigarettes are handheld devices, often made to look like what?
A: Conventional cigarettes.
E-liquid or juice are names for what?
A: The flavored solution that goes inside the e-cigarette.
An aerosol, or vapor, is produced by doing what?
A: Heating the e-liquid.
Irish public health discussions refer to what?
A: NMNDS ("non-medicinal nicotine delivery systems").
, there were how many users globally?
A: Several million.
Growth rates in the US and UK did what in 2015
Most users have a history of what?
A: Smoking regular cigarettes.
E-cigarette use among those who have never smoked is what?
A: Very low, but it continues to rise.
One United States survey of e-cigarette users conducted from
A: That only 1% of respondents used liquid without nicotine.
Everyday use is common among whom?
A: E-cigarette users.
Many e-cigarette users are middle-aged men who also what?
A: Smoke traditional cigarettes.
E-cigarette use is rising among what group?
In the US, as of 2014, what percentage of adults had used an e-cigarette at least once?
What percentage of adults were daily users?
Non-smokers and former smokers who had quit more than four years earlier were what?
A: Extremely unlikely to be current users.
Experimentation was more common among what group?
A: Younger adults.
Daily users were more likely to be what?
A: Older adults.
In the UK, there were how many users in 2015?
A: About 2.6 million.
What percentage of current smokers said they had tried e-cigarettes?
Among those who had never smoked, 1.1% said they had tried them and what percentage of people still use them?
In France in 2014, how many people have tried e-cigarettes?
A: Between 7.7 and 9.2 million.
How many people use them on a daily basis?
A: About 1.1 to 1.9 million.
people who have tried e-cigarettes, what percentage have never smoked tobacco?
Of the 1.2% who had recently stopped tobacco smoking at the time of the survey, what percentage credited e-cigarettes as essential in quitting?
What are the main components of an e-cigarette?
A: A mouthpiece, a cartridge (tank), a heating element/atomizer, a microprocessor, a
, and possibly an LED light on the end
The only exception to this are mechanical e-cigarettes (mods) which contain what?
A: No electronics.
The circuit is closed by a what?
A: Mechanical action switch.
An atomizer comprises a small heating element, or coil, that vaporizes e-liquid and what?
A: Wicking material that draws liquid onto the coil.
When the user pushes a button, or (in some variations) activates a pressure sensor by inhaling, what happens?
A: The heating element atomizes the liquid solution.
What temperature does the e-liquid reach?
A: A temperature of roughly 100-250 °C.
The aerosol provides a flavor and feel similar to what?
A: Tobacco smoking.
What is the biggest component of an e-cigarette?
A: The battery.