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Fake Xanax (G3722)
Sold as: Xanax (Generic)
ID: 8355
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Sample contains multiple unidentified chemicals.
Sold as: Xanax (Generic)
Expected to be: Alprazolam
Lab comments:
Unidentified Substance #1: 3 parts

Unidentified Substance #2: 2 parts

Unidentified Substance #3: 15 parts

Unidentified Substance #4: 1 parts

Unidentified Substance #5: 2 parts

Unidentified Substance #6: 7 parts (now identified)

Bar-style white tablet with G3722 on one side, break lines on both sides.
Jun 17 2022: Sucrose octaacetate matched for Unidentified #6. The DrugsData lab does not normally identify and report sugars. This version of sucrose is a bittering agent used in commercial products to reduce accidental ingestion. This is a special case, please do not ask us to identify simple sugars and salts.

Update Jan 29, 2021: We have re-attempted to identify these and found no matches with updated libraries and hundreds of new reference standards added to our library since the first analysis. We will attempt again in the future.
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).

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