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By Paolo C. (Herzogenbuchsee, Germany) on 22 Apr. 2018 :
By Salvatore C. (Sou bou, Spain) on 12 March 2018 :
Are you wondering of what nicotine level should a 10ml neutral base that you are mixing in a certain nicotine-free liquid be to achieve to achieve a desired final nicotine level? You don’t need to calculate the quantities and nicotine levels because we did it for you. We’ve made the following tables to make the mixing easier. All you have to do is find the initial volume of the nicotine-free liquid and then just trust the tables. It is however suggested that you do not mix more than 10ml of nicotine base in the liquid otherwise it could reduce flavor intensity.
It is also possible to add nicotine to a nicotine-free base by mixing in a 10ml nicotine base.
(nicotine level of the neutral base x nr. of ml of the nicotine base) : (nr. of ml of the nicotine base + nr. of ml of the nicotine‑free liquid) = nicotine level of the final liquid
If you have a 10ml base of 18mg/ml and an initial 50ml nicotine base:
(18 x 10): (10 + 50) =
180 : 60 = 3
Nicotine level of the final blend is 3mg/ml.