|UniqueCode:Unique Lookup Code is an alphanumeric string created by the submitter and included with the sample so anonymously submitted samples can be positively identified as the submitter's sample.||B2W21|
|Marquis:The Marquis Test is a reagent field test conducted by placing a drop of reagent liquid onto a small sample of the material being tested. The chemicals in the reagent react differently with different chemicals, turning a variety of colors based on the what is in the material being tested.||Very Slight Change (pink)|
|Mecke:As with the Marquis Test, The Mecke Test is a reagent field test conducted by placing a drop of liquid reagent onto a sample of the material in question. Mecke reagent is primarily used for the identification of heroin and other opiates.||No Reaction|
|Mandelin:The Mandelin Test is a reagent field test conducted by placing a drop of liquid reagent onto a sample of the material in question. Mandelin is primarily used for the detection of ketamine and PMA. It is a mixture of ammonium metavanadate and concentrated sulfuric acid.||No Reaction|
|GC/MS:The GC/MS Lab Test|
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It's important that samples submitted to this testing program be no more than 100 mg of material (ideally 20 to 50 mg). Keep in mind that just enough to *half* fill a capsule is more than enough.
There is no advantage to sending more material, and samples that are too heavy may be delayed or require additional payment.
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Inert diluents and cuts can not be reported even if they might be present. See FAQ for details.