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White/Brown Powder
Sold as: Heroin
ID: 15553
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Test Date: Feb 22, 2023
Pub. Date: Feb 22, 2023
Src Location: Lincoln, IL
Submitter Loc: Lincoln, IL
United States
Color: White / Brown
Size: 1 mg
Data Source: DrugsData
Tested by: DDL
Lab's ID: 23010186
Sample contains multiple unidentified chemicals.
Sold as: Heroin
Expected to be: Not Specified
Has Been Tried: Yes
Lab comments:
Low GC/MS responses for heroin and fentanyl

Unidentified Substance #1: 2 parts [tentatively identified]

Unidentified Substance #2: 4 parts

Unidentified Substance #3: 3 parts [tentatively identified]

White/brown powder residue on cotton swab in baggie. (Swab was used for sample collection.)
'Caused weird reactions'.
Feb 22 2023: All three unidentified substances resemble ones previously detected in DrugsData samples.

Unidentified-1 in this sample resembles Unidentified-1 in sample #12239, tentatively identified as 2-tert-Butyl-4,6-dimethylphenol (CAS# 1879-09-0, syn: Oxymetazoline impurity).

Unidentified-2 in this sample is similar to the spectrum for Unidentified-2 in sample #12239.

Unidentified-3 in this samples resembles the Unidentified-3 in sample #12239, which is similar to the spectrum for 1,4,7,14,17,20-hexaoxacyclohexacosane-8,13,21,26-tetraone (CAS# 314254-68-7, syn: Adipate Diethylene glycol cyclic dimer).

2-tert-Butyl-4,6-dimethylphenol would be considered a synthesis byproduct. If present at anything above tiny amounts, it would likely burn the mouth if tasted or burn at the injection site if injected.

1,4,7,14,17,20-hexaoxacyclohexacosane-8,13,21,26-tetraone doesn't appear to be psychoactive.

We're not able to confirm these proposed identifications at this time. (thanks to Y. for the identifications)

Unidentifed Substances
This sample contains an unidentified chemical. We do not have a matching substance in our lab's internal database and have not yet been able to identify the chemical(s).

We need the help of outside expert analytical chemists and drug geeks to determine what substance matches the mass spectrum (MS) fingerprint. The lab's GC/MS graphs can be viewed by clicking on the thumbnails on this page.

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