Before the advent of the electronic cigarette, the word “atomizer” simply referred to a spray of some sort; a device that produces a mist of liquid. Examples of common atomizers include perfume bottles, cooking sprays and medication inhalers. With the introduction of the electronic cigarette, however, atomizers can now mean a completely different thing.
Millions of people have E-cigarettes but are clueless to how the actually work. Unlike traditional cigarettes, E-cigarettes do not contain any tobacco in them; they also do not need to be lit so you are not inhaling smoke. So what are you puffing on? How does it work, and what exactly is in it? As you probably already know the “E” in E-cigarettes stands for “electronic.” But that is just the first piece of the puzzle, let’s take an in depth look into the anatomy of an E-cig.