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White Powder
Sold as: Dipyanone
ID: 10556
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Sold as: Dipyanone
Expected to be: Dipyanone
Lab comments:
Sep 10 2021: Identification of Dipyanone, see notes, below.

not Dipyanone
Sep 10 2021: We now believe this sample, originally considered unidentified by our lab pending more information, is Dipyanone. The reference standard for Dipyanone that was sent to our lab (pictured bottom, left) from Cayman in August was not correct. This is a very rare event.

This sample will be re-analyzed when the corrected standard for Dipyanone reaches the lab, expected by mid-October 2021.
Sep 4 2021: We purchased a reference standard for Dipyanone, but the MS didn't match. However we are now looking into whether it's possible the standard we received might be the wrong chemical.

Aug 4 2021: A Dipyanone standard was sourced and purchased, and this sample was re-analyzed. Sample is not Dipyanone. It remains unidentified for now.

Jun 8 2021: The mass spectrum for Dipipanone and the spectrum for the drug in this sample (pictured, left) are very similar, but not identical. (The Dipipanone one is also shown for comparison, bottom left.) Very little information and no certified standard available for Dipyanone, as of June 7, 2021.

The submitter says the sample was sold as 'Dipyanone', which we believe is the pyrrolidine analog of Dipipanone. Our analysis shows that this sample is not Dipipanone, but it could possibly be Dipyanone.
Off-white powder in baggie.