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    Default Regent test Colour Scale

    For reference when people say Regent *Bla* turned green etc

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    Mandelin test Scale
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    Default Reagent Test Results

    What are reagents?
    Reagents are chemicals used to test drugs before they are consumed. A reagent usually can’t prove a drug is the correct drug, and it can never prove how pure it is. But it can prove that something you have is NOT the drug you think it is, and give you a fairly good idea of what it could be.
    It is very important for people using chemicals and MDMA tabs to test them before they use the drugs. I know one dude who was supposed to get methylone from a vendor and he got DOI. He would have easily died if he could not tell the difference. A few vendors have also sent bunk and who knows what the hell that is. Another mix up I know of was PCP and Novocaine. Some MDMA tabs (none online I have heard of) contain PMA instead of MDMA, and PMA is really dangerous shit.
    You can buy reagents to test your drugs with at www.dancesafe.org or www.eztest.com
    If you do a lot of testing, you can make your own reagents easily and it’s cheaper than buying them pre-made. At the bottom, there are instructions how to prepare these reagents yourself.
    COLOR TEST RESULTS

    PHENETHYLAMINES, AMPHETAMINES, CATHINONES & AMINOINDANES
    Key points (by TheAzo):
    •These reagents are suitable for identifying 4-halo 2C’s; differentiation between them is possible but difficult.
    •These reagents are suitable for identifying 4-alkyl 2C’s; differentiation between them is not realistically possible.
    •These reagents are excellent for identifying 4-thioalkyl 2C’s. As only 1 thioalkyl 2C was available, nothing can be said for differentiation between 4-thioalkyl 2C’s.
    •I am unable to replicate results indicating that 2C-E produces a green or yellow color, yet these chemicals are known good, and produce effects that are in every way consistent with expectations, including the characteristic durations and dosages for 2C-D/E/P.
    •These reagents are not sufficient for differentiation between cathinones of similar structure.
    •These reagents are not sufficient to confidently confirm presence of mephedrone.
    •These reagents are not sufficient to confidently rule out the presence of most cathinones in combination with other agents that produce strong colors.
    •These reagents are not sufficient to confirm or rule out presence of desoxypipiradrol in combination with other agents, especially as the active dose is very low. Luckily I am not aware of this horrible drug showing up as an adulterant.
    •MDAI on the market (2010) is so filthy that the impurities confound identification with the marquis reagent.
    •2-AI can be confidently detected using the mandellin reagent.
    2C-B
    Marquis: yellow, changing to green, and then fading over time
    Mecke: yellow/brown
    Mandellin: yellow fading to clear
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction

    2C-C:
    Marquis: yellow, changing to light green, and then fading over time
    Mecke: yellow/brown/green, green fades over time
    Mandellin: clear
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    2C-I:
    Marquis: Green-blue with yellow edges, fades to blue, fades over time / others report “brown in the first few seconds before yellow/green”
    Mecke: dark brown, very fast
    Mandellin: clear
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    2C-N
    Marquis: Dark Brown, gas evolution and green ring forms around brown center
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    2C-D:
    Marquis: very faint brown, fading to clear / some report bright yellow
    Mecke: yellow-brown fading to reddish brown
    Mandellin: yellow with tinge of green fades to clear over time
    2C-E
    Marquis: “yellow/brown” or very faint brown, fading to clear / some report “light yellow”
    Mecke: dark brown
    Mandellin: yellow with tinge of green fades to clear over time
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    2C-P
    Note:slow reactions
    Marquis: very faint brown, fading to clear.
    Mecke: yellow-brown fading to Rusty Brown
    Mandellin: yellow with tinge of green fades to clear over time
    2C-T-2
    Marquis: almost no reaction, slight brown / some reports say “orange”
    Mecke: black fading to rusty red / some reports say “purple”
    Mandellin: red fading to clear over time
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    2C-T-21
    Marquis: Pink
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Mecke: Purple
    DOB
    Marquis: Yellow/Green
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    DOC
    Marquis: dark green
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    DOI
    Marquis: Dark Green
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    DOM
    Marquis: Yellow
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    DOET
    Marquis: Yellow/Brown
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    DMA (2,5-dimethoxyamphetamine)
    Marquis: Dark Green
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    N,N-dimethylamphetamine
    Marquis: Orange/Brown
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    MDA
    Marquis: Dark Blue/Black
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: Green
    MDMA
    Marquis: Dark blue / Black
    Simons: Deep Blue
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: Green
    MMDA
    Marquis: Purple
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: Green
    PMA(para-methoxyamphetamine)
    Marquis: no reaction to light green
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    TMA
    Marquis: Orange/Red
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Amphetamine
    Marquis: orange brown
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Amphetamine salts
    Notes: Sample from Adderal XR, lack of results may have been due to small/impure sample.
    Marquis: no color change
    Mecke:no color change
    Mandellin: no color change
    Methamphetamine
    Marquis: Orange/Brown
    Simons: Deep Blue
    Chens: no reaction
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Cathinone
    Marquis: no reaction
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: yellow/orange
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Methcathinone
    Marquis: no reaction
    Simons: Light Blue
    Chens: Orange
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Mephedrone HCl (4-MMC; 4-methylmethcathinone)
    Marquis: no color change, some fizz / some report yellow
    Mecke: no reaction (kept the brownish color it had out of the bottle)
    Mandellin: stayed yellow (that’s the one visible to the left of Mandellin column)
    Simons: blue
    Methylone (bk-MDMA; MDMC)
    Notes: fizz from all reagents. Different testers report different results on some tests.
    Marquis: yellow
    Mecke: red-brown / some report yellow
    Mandellin: clear / some report yellow
    Butylone
    Notes: fizz from all reagents
    Marquis: yellow
    Mecke: red-brown
    Mandellin: clear
    Buphedrone
    Notes: fizz from all reagents
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: slight brown, almost no change
    Mandellin: slight browning
    Ethcathinone
    Notes: fizz from all reagents
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: slight brown, almost no change
    Mandellin: slight browning
    3-Flouromethcathinone
    Notes: fizz from all reagents
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: slight brown, almost no change
    Mandellin: slight browning
    4-Flouromethcathinone
    Notes: fizz from all reagents
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: slight brown, almost no change
    Mandellin: slight browning
    MDPV
    Notes: fizz from all reagents
    Marquis: yellow
    Mecke: red-brown
    Mandellin: clear
    Naphyrone
    Notes: no fizz
    Marquis: yellow
    Mecke: no reaction (kept the brownish color it had out of bottle)
    Mandellin: clear
    Ephedrine
    Marquis: no reaction
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: purple
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Ephedrine (from tablets)
    Notes: sample from BOLT brand single constituant ephedrine pills
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: no reaction
    Mandellin: yellow-orange
    Pseudoephedrine
    Marquis: no reaction
    Simons: no reaction
    Chens: purple
    Gallic Acid: no reaction
    Desoxypipiradrol (2-DPMP)
    Notes: some fizz, slow reactions, weak colors
    Marquis: brown
    Mecke: brown
    Mandellin: yellow/brown
    5-IAI
    Notes: slow reactions, no fizz
    Marquis – orange-brown
    Mecke – light brown (note in above, obscured by 6-APB test running into it)
    Mandellin – brown
    MDAI & MDAI HCl
    Notes: tan HCl fizzed, white base did not
    Marquis: red/orange for mostly-clean freebase, brown-black (hard to see in pic) for tan HCl salt
    Mecke:
    Mandellin:
    2-Aminoindane
    Notes: Vigorous fizz from all reagents.
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: brown
    Mandellin: light blue
    TRYPTAMINES & ERGOLINES
    Key Points (by TheAzo):
    •These reagents are sufficient for detecting tryptamines.
    •These reagents are sufficient for narrowing the range of possible tryptamines, but not for positive identification.
    •Mecke turns reddish brown in the presence of 5-MeO-T’s, and brown in the presence of 4-HO/4-AcO-T’s.
    DMT
    Marquis: yellow
    Mecke: brown, fades to red over time
    Mandellin: yellow
    5-MeO-DMT (by The pink floyd man)
    Marquis: yellow to black
    Erlichs: purple to blue
    5-MeO-DMT (by TheAzo)
    Marquis: Orange
    Mecke: Red/Brown
    Mandellin: Yellow
    NMT (N-methyltryptamine)
    Sodium Nitroprusside: purple
    DPT HCl
    Marquis: yellow
    Erlichs: violet
    AMT
    Sodium Nitroprusside: cherry red
    5-MeO-AMT HCl
    Marquis: yellow to black
    Erlichs: purple to blue
    Sodium Nitroprusside: cherry red
    5-MeO-MiPT
    Marquis: yellow / yellow to black
    Mecke: red/brown
    Mandellin: yellow
    Erlichs: purple to light blue
    5-MeO-DiPT HCl
    Marquis: yellow to black
    Erlichs: purple to blue
    4-HO-MET
    Marquis: yellow with dark edges changing to brownish-olive green
    Mecke: extremely dark black, much much darker than marquis does with MDMA
    Simons: (best recollection of it) weak reaction, went slightly blue after a while
    4-HO-MiPT
    Marquis: slowly developing brownish-olive green
    4-AcO-DMT (fumarate salt?)
    Marquis: grey-green, white precipitate forming over time
    Mecke: brown/black
    Mandellin: yellow/orange
    4-AcO-DiPT
    Marquis: yellow
    Mecke: brown/black.
    Mandellin: orange
    4-HO-MiPT
    Marquis: grey/green
    Mecke: brown
    Mandellin: brown/orange
    4-HO-DALT
    Marquis: yellow, white precipitate over time
    Mecke: brown
    Mandellin: orange
    5-MeO-DALT
    Marquis: slight yellow
    Mecke: red/brown
    Mandellin: yellow
    CANNABINOIDS
    Key points (by TheAzo):
    •These reagents are sufficient to detect synthetic cannabinoids in common circulation
    •These reagents are sufficient to distinguish between classes of synthetic cannabinoids, but not between closely related compounds.
    •It is as yet unverified whether these are suitable for analysis of smoke blends, or determination of adulterants in cannabis.
    •None produced fizzing. I am now convinced that fizzing is produced by simple reaction of H2SO4 in reagent with salts of a volatile acid.
    JWH-018
    Marquis: yellow quickly changing to brown
    Mecke: brown/yellow
    Mandellin: dark brown
    JWH-073
    Marquis: yellow quickly changing to brown
    Mecke: brown/yellow
    Mandellin: dark brown
    JWH-081
    Marquis: yellow quickly changing to brown
    Mecke: brown/yellow
    Mandellin: dark brown
    JWH-200
    Marquis: yellow/orange
    Mecke: yellow
    Mandellin: dark red-brown
    JWH-250
    Marquis: red, fading to orange over time
    Mecke: orange
    Mandellin: dark grey-brown
    AM-694
    Marquis: brown/yellow, hints of green
    Mecke: grey/brown
    Mandellin: dark red-brown
    CP-47,497
    Marquis: red/orange
    Mecke: blue, fading over time.
    Mandellin: brown
    CP-55,940
    Marquis: red/orange
    Mecke: blue-green, fading over time
    Mandellin: brown
    OTHERS

    Caffeine (anhydrous, USP)
    Marquis: no reaction
    Mecke: slight browning
    Mandellin: no change
    DXM (dextromethorphan)
    Marquis: grey, with gas evolution
    Mecke: yellow
    Ketamine
    Mandelin: light brown
    4-MeO-PCP
    Notes: These reagents are not sufficient to detect 4-MeO-PCP.
    Marquis: no change
    Mecke: very slight brown
    Mandellin: very slight yellow
    REAGENT PREPARATION

    Here are instructions on how to make reagents and some references. Always wear gloves and safety goggles/glasses.
    Reagent Name: Marquis Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent 1: Add 8-10 drops (approx. 0.25 ml) of 37% formaldehyde solution to 10 ml of glacial acetic acid.
    Reagent 2: Concentrated sulphuric acid.
    TESTING PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a depression on a spot plate (a ceramic or glass plate will do; do not use metal, stone or paper).
    - Add one drop of Reagent 1, then one drop of Reagent 2, and stir.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Mecke Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent: Dissolve 1 g selenious acid in 100 mL concentrated sulfuric acid.
    TESTING PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a small test tube.
    - Add one drop of Mecke Reagent.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Simon’s Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent 1: Dissolve 2 g of sodium carbonate in 100 mL of distilled or purified water, making
    (=2% aqueous sodium carbonate solution).
    Reagent 2: Dissolve 0.9 g of sodium nitroprusside in 90 ml of water (=1% aqueous sodium nitroprusside solution).
    Reagent 3: Mix 10 mL of acetaldehyde solution and 10 ml of ethanol (=50% (v/v) ethanolic acetaldehyde solution).
    TESTING PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a depression on a spot plate.
    - Add one drop of Reagent 1 and stir.
    - Add one drop of Reagent 2, and then one drop of Reagent 3.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Gallic Acid Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent: Dissolve 0.1 g of gallic acid in 20 ml of concentrated sulphuric acid (=0.5% (w/v) solution)
    PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a small test tube.
    - Add one drop of Gallic Acid Reagent.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Erlich’s Test (aka p-DMAB Test)
    REAGENT PREPARATION
    Reagent: Dissolve 0.5 g p-dimethylaminobenzaledehyde (p-DMAB) in 50 ml ethanol and 50 ml concentrated hydrochloric acid.
    PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a small test tube.
    - Add one drop of Erlich’s Reagent.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Chen’s Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent 1: Add 1 ml of glacial acetic acid to 100 mL of water (=1% (v/v) aqueous acetic acid solution).
    Reagent 2: Dissolve 1 g of copper (II) sulphate in 100 mL of water (=1% (w/v) aqueous CuSO4 solution).
    Reagent 3: Dissolve 8 g of sodium hydroxide in 100 mL of water (=2N aqueous sodium hydroxide solution).
    TESTING PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a depression on a spot plate.
    - Add 2 drops of Reagent 1.
    - Add 2 drops of Reagent 2, then add 2 drops of Reagent 3 and stir.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Mandelin Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent: Suspend 1 g of finely powdered ammonium vanadate in 100 ml of concentrated sulfuric acid (relative density 1.86).
    TESTING PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a small test tube.
    - Add one drop of Mandelin Reagent.
    - Observe the color of the mixture.
    Reagent Name: Sodium Nitroprusside Test
    PREPARATION
    Reagent 1: Mix 25 ml of a 1% sodium nitroprusside solution with 1 ml acetaldehyde.
    Reagent 2: 2% sodium carbonate solution.
    TESTING PROCEDURE
    - Place a small amount (1-2 mg of powder, or 1-2 drops of a liquid) of the suspected material in a depression on a spot plate.
    - Add one drop of Reagent 1 and stir.
    - Add one drop of Reagent 2.
    - The color is formed immediately after Reagent 2 is added.


    Source: http://drugsourcereview.baywords.com...-test-results/

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    Default M1 = Methylone / 4-MMC = Mephedrone / B1 = Butylone test results

    Please note this information was sent to us - I do not know any other information (marquis/mecke etc) than what is posted below. This is for reference only.


    M1: Stong Yellow, Brown, Brownish
    4-MMC -Pale Yellow, No real change brownish tinges may have been contamination, pale greenish
    B1: Strong Yellow, Brown, Brownish





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    Weed in NZ
    This is taken from BL and is not from me personally.

    So I've recently gotten really into the hobby of testing pills. I have been eating high quality ecstasy for 10 years and I had no idea what pipes were until this year when I unknowingly got and ate a pipes pill on my birthday. I was very confused because I had never considered getting a bad pill as it had not happened to me.

    Since then, I've done a ton of reading and I test everything I get and like everything else, you get very good at identifying bad results with practice. I wanted to share a little of what I have learned with new testers because it was a little confusing at first and see a lot of comments on Pill Reports regarding weak or watery results, and there is a growing trend of putting trace amounts of MDMA in pills with the intention to trip the tester and trick the user.

    Basically if you test good molly the results should look something like this:



    This is just a picture of the MECKE results but results with the MARQUIS should be just as concentrated. You are looking for a very dark puddle and the color change should be pretty much instant.

    This is what you want to avoid:




    This seems to confuse some new testers because they are the right color changes, they are just a little watery. Maybe they're just a low dose you say to yourself. This is where it's important to know what is making the results watery and how little MDMA is needed to trick you.

    Check out the results from these nasty pills:



    ecstasydata.org says these are a caffeine/pipes combo pill. Gross. Notice there is no real reaction here? This is what makes for the swirly or watery results.

    Now lets look at how little MDMA is takes to trip a tester. This picture is from some purple starfish that were tested:



    Notice the results are the right color, but watery and weak. So how much MDMA do these have in them? ecstasydata.org says:

    * TFMPP: 3
    * BZP: 1
    * MDMA: 0.1

    WOW.

    .1 MDMA. Let's do some crappy math. This pill weighed 400 milligrams. If there were no binders at all in this pill (which is not possible) it would have about:

    Slightly less than 300 mg of TFMPP
    Slightly less than 100 mg of BZP
    Less than 10 mg of MDMA.

    Add the binder in and you get even less. So that means that less than 10 mg of MDMA will produce a watery result of the right colors on a 400 mg pill. INSANE! Imagine what 40 mg could do? Remember, you are looking for a dark concentrated puddle of reaction from the reagent. Watery results mean other shit mixed in and not enough MDMA to react properly. Hope this helps some new testers out there! Also, I've only been testing pills since the summer, if anyone has anything to add feel free!

    Source: http://www.bluelight.ru/vb/showthread.php?t=536458

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