Nicotine calculation help please.

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TechnoDestructo

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    How does one calculate nicotine if you decide to mix two different liquids that have different nicotine strengths?
    What I have is two lemon flavors. One is 2.5 ml of all pg 28 mg liquid and the other is 2.5 ml of all vg 18 mg liquid. I just wanted to try a 50/50 blend. The calculation does not have to be exact but I was just wondering how you go about calculating it seeing nicotine would not stack up it would blend together.
     

    swedishfish

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      (mg.#1 X ml #1) + (mg.#2 x ml #2)/ (ml#1 + ml #2) = Total ml + mg

      70 + 45= 115/5.0 = 23

      You'd have 5 ml of 23 mg. juice that's 50/50

      In this case it's pretty easy because you have the same amount of each liquid. You could just add it and divide by two. But if you have different amounts of juice, that'd be the formula to use.
       
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      TechnoDestructo

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        (mg.#1 X ml #1) + (mg.#2 x ml #2)/ (ml#1 + ml #2) = Total ml + mg

        70 + 45= 115/5.0 = 23

        You'd have 5 ml of 23 mg. juice that's 50/50

        In this case it's pretty easy because you have the same amount of each liquid. You could just add it and divide by two. But if you have different amounts of juice, that'd be the formula to use.
        Thanks! But wow my brain hurts! Haha so this formula would look like this -->
        28 mg X 2.5 ml and 18 mgX 2.5 ml then add those answers together and divide it by the total of boh ml (5 here) .
        Am I translating that formula right?
         

        breaktru

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          Or use this and save brain power for important stuff:
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