This is one of the flame sealed type whose neck is broken before use. There seems to be lots of info on dimensions but none with regard to weight.
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I grabbed 10 empty, unsealed ones and threw them on the analytical balance and got mean: 2.4071 g, s.d.: 0.01264 g for Wheaton amber glass pre-scored vials (part number 176796). The variation between vials isn't too bad, but I don't know if they can be filled and sealed consistently enough to determine gas density like that to any useful precision and other brands may be better or worse.