Will a centrifuge separate flavoring from PG?

Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2012 10:14 pm
I've been playing around with making my own ejuices for an electronic cigarette. I've been soaking tobacco in propylene glycol for a few days and straining it through a few coffee filters. However it has some trouble afterwards and I can see a sort of "dust" collecting at the bottom. I'm thinking about trying to separate this out from the PG with a small centrifuge (about 3000 RPM), but I'm wondering if this would remove everything and leave me with pure PG, or if it would separate out the denser particles while still leaving the flavoring of the PG intact. Any ideas?
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Reply Mon 9 Jul, 2012 04:48 am
its pretty much a desnity thing. I wonder if you now take the admix of PG and tobcco and immerse that in ethyl alcohol nd do a water separation by distilltion?

I know that some precis of solutes are made by alcohol immersion nd then drying and collecting the residues.

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