Vaping is the release of vapor due to a heating element that heats an e-liquid solution to a certain temperature that causes a process of turning liquid into gas which is vaporization. Electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes are electronic vaping devices, pens or pods that simulates tobacco smoking. Consisting of an atomizer, a power source such as a battery, and a container such as a cartridge or tank that is pre-filled with e-liquid. Unlike smoking, the user inhales vapor that is not a result of a chemical reaction such as combustion like traditional smoking. Using an e-cigarette is called "vaping" because of the vapor that is released by heating the e-liquid with the heating element. The atomizer, which is the heating element, atomizes the e-liquid solution producing vapor without combustion. E-cigarettes are activated by taking a puff of the device, pod or pen.