Math question.Powder Density - 1g Displacement.

Discussion in 'Steroid Homebrew' started by SuperSwede, Apr 28, 2018.

  1. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Hi everybody.
    I am interseted in homebrewing but not very good at math.
    When i brew aas i use numbers found on internet, e.g

    (Found on another board)
    testosterone Base - Density 1.12g/mL
    Testosterone Propionate - Density 1.10g/mL
    Testosterone Enanthate - Density 1.06g/mL
    Testosterone Cypionate - Density 1.10g/mL
    Testosterone Decanoate - Density 1.04g/mL
    Testosterone Isocaproate - Density 1.07g/mL
    Testosterone Phenylpropionate - Density 1.13g/mL
    trenbolone acetate - Density 1.18g
    Trenbolone Enanthate - Density 1.10g/mL
    Nandrolone Decanoate - Density 1.04g/mL
    Masterone propionate - Density 1.07g/mL

    Testosterone Base - 1g Displaces 0.893mL
    Testosterone Propionate - 1g Displaces 0.909mL
    Testosterone Enanthate - 1g Displaces 0.943mL
    Testosterone Cypionate - 1g Displaces 0.909mL
    Testosterone Decanoate - 1g Displaces 0.962mL
    Testosterone Isocaproate - 1g Displaces 0.935mL
    Testosterone Phenylpropionate - 1g Displaces 0.885mL
    Trenbolone Acetate - 1g Displaces 0.848mL
    Trenbolone Enanthate - 1g Displaces 0.909mL
    Nandrolone Decanoate - 1g Displaces 0.962mL

    So for example when i brew Test E, i use powder displacement: 0.943

    Now to my question:
    If i have the density number of a powder, how can i use the math to calculate and get the 1g Displace number?

    We can use the Test E as example,

    Thanks in advance
  2. ickyrica

    ickyrica Member Supporter

    Basskiller steroid calculator. Google it
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  3. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Thanks but thats is just only a powder calculator. Not what i meant
  4. JackSmooth

    JackSmooth Member

    To find the volume do mass divided by density
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  5. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Like we have:
    Density: 1.06 mg/mL

    How to calculate to get the 1g displacement number ?
  6. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Oh i got it now i think

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  7. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Thanks :)
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  8. Engineer

    Engineer Member

    None of this is really needed. Add about 1/2 if your carrier oil. Then add your BB and powder. Heat. Add BA. Top off to desired volume with carrier oil. Easy
  9. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Yes i know how to brew :)
    My step is.
    1. Powder in beaker
    2. 1/2 BB
    3. Stir
    4. Heat up a litte,
    5. Add rest of BB
    6. Cool down to se if its holding.
    7. Add oil and BA
  10. Engineer

    Engineer Member

    Im not suggesting you dont know how to brew-im only saying you need not concern yourself with powder displacement factors if you use the “top off” method
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  11. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Oh sorry my misstake.
  12. Sk8man101

    Sk8man101 Member

    That number is fucked up^

    The displacement should be every 1.06g displaces 1 ml of solution.
    It is absolutely needed!
  13. Sk8man101

    Sk8man101 Member

    Oh ok I see what you mean now.
    By adding the GSO last you automatically get whatever displacement you need if your mixing beaker has the measurements on it.
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  14. SuperSwede

    SuperSwede Member

    Yeah if you take
    1g divided by density 1.06
    You got 1 / 1.06= 0.943 (test e as example)
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