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Brown Tar-Like Material
Sold as: Diclazepam
ID: 7719
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Test Date: Aug 28, 2019
Pub. Date: Aug 28, 2019
Src Location: San Francisco, CA
Submitter Loc: San Francisco, CA
United States
Color: Brown
Size: 50 mg, 22.70 mm x 8.20 mm
Data Source: DrugsData
Tested by: DDL
Lab's ID: 20190800074
Sample contains multiple unidentified chemicals.
Sold as: Diclazepam
Expected to be: Diclazepam
Lab comments:
Ratio of unidentified substances (see corresponding images below for spectra): Unidentified-1: 7 parts; Unidentified-2: 2 parts; Unidentified-3: 7 parts; Unidentified-4, 1 part. After receiving the hexamine reference material from the chemical supplier, the lab observed that it 'stinks!!!'.
Chunk of brown tar-like material, encapsulated.
Sep 10 2019: After running the reference standard for Hexamine and re-analyzing this sample, the lab confirmed that it contains Hexamine.

Aug 28, 2019: A reference standard is available for Hexamine and has been ordered. This sample will be re-analyzed once the lab receives the reference standard for Hexamine. (The identification of Hexamine was not ambiguous; this re-testing is normal procedure for chemicals identified by library match for which the lab doesn't have a reference standard on site.)
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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