Hi I’m trying to figure out the weight of one millimeter of 72mg VG based Nicotine.

I’m not sure if the Nicotine I bought from is correct it appears to be a little more thinner than what I used to buy

Thanks

# Weight of Nicotine

For 20 *C (68 *F), I get ~1.2427 Grams. **G-Fog** may know how closely the volumes (in such a case) add ?

It depends on your base, but here are some general numbers:

Weight of PG: 1.038 grams per ml

Weight of VG: 1.26 grams per ml

Weight of Pure Nicotine: 1.01 grams per ml

Weight of 100mg in PG: 1.035 grams per ml

Weight of 60mg in PG: 1.03632 grams per ml

Weight of 50mg in PG: 1.0366 grams per ml

Weight of 48mg in PG: 1.036656 grams per ml

Weight of 36mg in PG: 1.036992 grams per ml

Weight of 24mg in PG: 1.037328 grams per ml

Weight of 100mg in VG: 1.235 grams per ml

Weight of 60mg in VG: 1.245 grams per ml

Weight of 50mg in VG: 1.2475 grams per ml

Weight of 48mg in VG: 1.248 grams per ml

Weight of 36mg in VG: 1.251 grams per ml

Weight of 24mg in VG: 1.254 grams per ml

Pg will be like greasy water VG be like a syrup I buy 72mg nic as thats all i can get in the uk i use nic hub

Thanks Obijuan maybe I did not make myself completely clear. I use to buy my Nicotine from a different company in the UK, but. Because of TPD I bought some from a different company, the Nicotine I always bought was 72mg VG base but it was good a think. Now the Nicotine I have bought it was bought as 72mg VG base but is almost half as thick as I am use to buying, I’m just asking the weight of one milliliter of 72mg VG base Nicotine. I want to be certain this is good Nicotine I bought, without saying to much they are a big company but if there Nicotine is not correct in weight then I will bin the 5 litres I bought. Again thank you

Regards

Pat

Assuming that the volumes directly (linearly) add (which in this case likely represents a minor numerical magnitude error), the three folks replying to your question provided correct answers. What are we missing ?

Densities in units of Grams / milliLiter, at 20 *C (or 68 *F):

1 milliLiter = 1 cm^3

Water - 1.0000 g / mL

Nicotine - 1.0093 g / mL

Glycerin - 1.2613 g / mL

The weight should be 1.242 grams for 1 mil.

Thanks got it.

Appreciate your help

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