Ok this shows me how bright you are. It is a vacuum seal meaning it sucks in water. I can get water in without breaking seal on syringe not on vial. before-even when holding back plunger water was rushing in withoutplunger moving.
Once again it is you that are misunderatanding the facts.
Your vacuum sealed vial, upon recon, WILL not retain a seal. Air pressure will be relieved - FACT.
Because of this, AIR has now contaminated the vial contents - THEY ARE EXPOSED TO AIR - FACT.
Both the GH vial and the Water vial will have AIR in them - FACT
Now for your enjoyment, the question was:
How long is it before it goes bad while its loaded in a syringe??
Same as it is in the vial with whatever kind of water you use...
(strongrhino) A. with all air removed yes
The conclusion to your answer was IF
the air was removed from the syringe, the syringe contents would remain good just as long as the vial would.