Finding the mL displacement of a gram of a not popular substance

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  • Finding the displacement of a substance not listed on any sites is frustrating and I even asked purple Panda once and he told me; but before I could try to study what he was saying what to do, the message disappeared. I THINK I found a way of finding how many milliliters a gram of a substance displaces. Find the density of the substance on a site you’re looking for. For example:
    Superdrol. You find the density (Superdrol was 1.040) divide the number 1 by it. So 1\1.040 = 0.962 (I rounded up; so what you will in this case). @purplepandalabs does this look like it’s correct? If it is or isn’t, I’d still love to have to post of how you described finding that number. Thank you.

  • @BulKKing-Labs I realize being a source you need to be precise but I’ve always used .9 when I don’t know the displacement of a substance

  • I also use 0.9ml/gram universally for displacement on all of my raws. You’re never gonna get that accurate unless you’re using a class A graduated cylinder to measure out. I still prefer the 10% overdose as no one likes weak sauce.

  • @ThatSteroidGuy I think he’s looking for the displacement of a substance that’s not common. You can find The displacement of all those by googling it or checking other forums, so I assume it’s something that’s not often brewed.

  • @ThatSteroidGuy it IS very important when it comes to brewing thousands of vials at a time. I’ve been close a lot with common substances like test p 200
    I had 201.1mg/mL of 200 but that was with test p and I purposely OD’d it a little. I always use graduated cylinders too because they’re the most accurate. Now. Back on topic, as @BigDaddyV5150 mentioned, it’s hard to find uncommon displacements for atypical brews such as Superdrol. @purplepandalabs told me specifically how to do it when I was trying to find it for another one. And if @purplepandalabs could enlighten us with his knowledge yet again, I would be extremely grateful.

    However, I do believe, that dividing the number 1
    by the density of the substance works too. But am I wrong?

    It is important when doing big brews because powder displaces liquid. Now you can say that, “well I’d you’re going to do 4L of Superdrol, why don’t you just fill the last liquid to the “4 Liter line” , Regardless. Beakers deviate in accuracy + or - 5% whereas a graduated cylinders deviate by 1% in accuracy which makes life a lot easier knowing I’m close to dosage. However, the powder you place in the beaker is a physical
    Item that displaces fluid like when one enters a
    Hot tub and the water rises. So for instance, a gram of test e displaces .943mL of fluid when mixed. So
    in essence, a kilogram of test e takes up 943 mL of space in. 4 Liter beaker. That affects the amount of BB, BA, and the carrier oil going into the mix. You wouldn’t just fill 4L of your fluid then add the kilo of test e. You’d be way underdosed.

    Now! Sorry for the boring part but for those who didn’t understand what is going on, well I may have made it worse. @Colonial-Labs I’m not sure if that was dis to me on being a brewer and to know this is very important, because it is and I’ve had testing done over the past 1 year plus with another source and my results have been great. I just want to know @purplepandalabs method again because it bugged me so much trying to figure it out. But I forgot about the density and diving 1 by it gives the corre t answer; I’ve gotten tested with this way of calculating displacement and I was accurate. Anywaysssssa I’m done

  • @BulKKing-Labs panda is pretty active on mesorx forum.
    Try and reach out to him on there I get responses from him on there pretty often. Not sure if it’s actually him or a rep but it’s worth a shot.
    I’ve never done large brews like that and after seeing your listings I realize you do massive brews so just using .9 like I suggested is probably not going to result in what you want

  • @BigDaddyV5150 I’ve been talking to Panda today if that was the last thing on my mind talking to him with this who SoCo fiasco. I tagged him in case he felt I’m the mood

  • @ThatSteroidGuy I literally said almost verbatim the same thing in my post. It would be underdosed. I used the jumping in the spa? Or did you read it?

  • @ThatSteroidGuy

    “ wrong?

    It is important when doing big brews because powder displaces liquid. Now you can say that, “well I’d you’re going to do 4L of Superdrol, why don’t you just fill the last liquid to the “4 Liter line” , Regardless. Beakers deviate in accuracy + or - 5% whereas a graduated cylinders deviate by 1% in accuracy which makes life a lot easier knowing I’m close to dosage. However, the powder you place in the beaker is a physical
    Item that displaces fluid like when one enters a
    Hot tub and the water rises. So for instance, a gram of test e displaces .943mL of fluid when mixed. So
    in essence, a kilogram of test e takes up 943 mL of space in. 4 Liter beaker. That affects the amount of BB, BA, and the carrier oil going into the mix. You wouldn’t just fill 4L of your fluid then add the kilo of test e. You’d be way underdosed.”

  • @BulKKing-Labs unverified source fight!!
    Lmao

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